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US Microbics Inc.

US Microbics Inc. is a company that is interested in providing specially formulated cultures of microorganisms as products for environmental cleanup

US Microbics Inc. is a company that is interested in providing specially formulated cultures of microorganisms as products for environmental cleanup. The company operates its headquarters in Carlsbad, California, United States.

The company looks to develop, acquire, and deploy innovations in environmental technologies such as soil, groundwater, carbon remediation, air pollution reduction, modular drinking-water systems, and agriculture enhancements.

U.S. Microbics, Inc. and its subsidiaries look to provide a variety of products and services such as environmental remediation services including assessment, remediation planning, and/or the operation of remediation sites. They also provide consulting and engineering services in cooperation with governmental agencies, private landowners, and others. The company provides drinking water machines in order to design, develops, and deploy potable water dispensing machines for markets in Asia and other places that are developing.

The company consists of subsidiaries that use biological technology including Sub-Surface Waste Management of Delaware, Environmental TEC International, West Coast Fermentation Center, XyclonyX, Bio-Con Microbes, Inc., and USM Capital Group.

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