After years of research in European forests, Dr Filip Willocx from BioOrg came across various useful bacteria that live on the leaves and branches of trees.
He selected a group of ten species that perform outstandingly in purifying various organic pollutants
(fine dust, VOCs and allergens) and gradually eliminating the adhesive layers that trap visible contamination. Finally, the selected bacteria were tested for their safety and their ability to work together in a living ecosystem even inside buildings, and hence to metabolise visible and invisible contamination
* The bacteria convert the pollution they consume into energy in order to reproduce, leaving no residual dirt behind
in the process.
* The population is self-maintaining
, with the same bacteria being used to clean again and again. It’s a completely natural cleaning and purification process that’s in a category of its own.
Read more on the science behind it on bioorg.eu