EnvirostallTM is a U.S Patented Environmental Preservation System that uses bioremediation techniques to clean and neutralize urine contaminants from horse stalls.

Bioremediation uses ecologically safe micro-organisms to degrade harmful contaminants and turn them into environmentally safe by-products.

The microbes in Envirostall are specifically formulated for use in the equine industry. They are EPA approved and ready for use requiring no special solutions, no special mixing and no waiting period before application. The simple addition of urine activates our product. These factors translate into cost savings for you.

Once the Envirostall microbes are injected in your stalls, they go to work digesting toxins and changing them into safe water and harmless gases. The microbes will thrive and multiply in your stalls as long as there is a horse in the stall.

With Envirostall, your stalls are virtually pristine reducing the health risks to your horses and you. You can have confidence in knowing that your stable is the healthiest environment possible when you have Envirostall.

How Bioremediation Works

Bioremediation is the use of biological microorganisms (microbes) to solve an environmental problem such as contaminated soil from horse urine. Bioremediation is a technique for cleaning up pollution by enhancing the same biodegradation processes that occur in nature. The microbes, or bacteria, attack the impurities and eliminate them similarly to how white blood cells attack pathogens and destroy them inside your body.

In any environment, microorganisms are constantly at work breaking down organic matter. When an organic pollutant such as horse urine enters this environment, some of the microorganisms die, while others capable of eating the organic pollution survive. Bioremediation relies on stimulating the growth of certain microbes that possess enzymes that allow them to use environmental contaminants, like horse urine, as a source of food and energy.

Microbes degrade contaminants to grow and reproduce by breaking chemical bonds and transferring electrons from the contaminants to an electron acceptor, such as oxygen. These microbes enzymatically attack the contaminants and convert them into small amounts of safe water and harmless gases, like carbon dioxide. After eliminating contamination in the soil or water, these same bacteria then stimulate the growth of healthier microbes that consume those same impurities for energy, thus providing long-term protection for the stalls. By relying solely on natural processes, it minimizes damage to ecosystems.