About Rhamnolipid, Inc.

Rhamnolipid, Inc. produces non-toxic and environmentally-friendly rhamnolipid biosurfactants. Our rhamnolipids have a wide range of "green" applications ranging from curing citrus diseases, fertilizers, treating oil spills, water cleaning and filtration, pharmacueticals, cosmetics, soaps, soil washing, and bioremediation. With our state of the art technologies and processes, we can phase out toxic, unhealthy, and hazardous oil-based and petroleum-based surfactants and replace them with our "green" biosurfactants that are more potent and effective. Our products and applications will impact various different industries. Our rhamnolipids are registered with the EPA and Florida EPA. Learn more about our applications, products, and company below.

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Rhamnolipid, Inc. Provisional and Pending Patents

  • 62/702,513 - Mobile Rhamnolipid Oil spill response
  • 62/649,038 - Biosurfactant-based turbulent flow drag reduction in pipelines
  • 15/871,736 - Biosurfactant Mosquito Applications
  • 15/899,873 - Preventing and Destroying Citrus Greening and Citrus Canker using Rhamnolipid
  • 15/899,494 - Using Peptides encapsulated in Rhamnolipid Liposomes for Agriculture Applications
  • 15/945,978 - Rhamnolipid Fertilizers and Sprays
  • 15/946,049 - Cure and prevent diseases in plants, bushes and trees using rhamnolipid liposomes
  • 15/946,277 - Peptides and rhamnolipid liposomes inhibit bacterial replication in plants, bushes and trees
  • 15/984,331 - Pharmaceutical Peptides and Rhamnolipid Liposomes
  • 62,714,139 - Rhamnolipid Liposomes Agricultural Applications

Rhamnolipid, Inc. Registrations

Our rhamnolipid is registered with the Federal and Florida EPA. Our product,RhamnoWash™, is a Surface Washing Agent on the National Oil and Hazardous Substance Pollution Contingency Plan (NCP) Product Schedule maintained by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA maintains the NCP Schedule of products. This schedule lists the various products that can be used during spill response to oil discharges.

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