Formed in 2014, the Unit was assembled by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to investigate possible alternatives to dredging as a method of remediating the tremendous pollution factors ailing Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal. After months of research and experimentation, we invented a technology which could heat the toxic canal water to the point of purification by performing a specific sequence of sonic actions that could vaporize liquid—in short a sort of “steam cleaning.”
Unfortunately, marred by narrow-mindedness and corrupt bureaucratic dealings, the EPA rejected our proposed revolutionary technology. After taking some time to lick our wounds, we hit the road in 2016 to showcase our beloved prototype at a series of small expos, bars, and restaurants throughout the New York tri-state area and New England. In 2017, heartened by this experience, we incorporated.
We are now in the office full time, seeking myriad patents and international recognition.
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