BIOROCK: A PROCESS, NOT A PRODUCT!
The Biorock Process is a revolutionary regenerative technology that provides the most cost-effective solution to a wide range of marine resource management problems.
These include marine ecosystem restoration (coral reefs, beaches, salt marshes, sea grasses, mangroves, fisheries habitat), shore protection from erosion, marine construction materials, mariculture, adapting to global warming and global sea level rise, and much more. See: Biorock benefits PDF
We work directly with our partners, training them to use Biorock technology to grow their own projects, with size and shape specifically designed to solve problems at their own sites, integrated into their own long-term environmental management strategies.
We create complete diverse living marine ecosystems that continuously grow, repair themselves, and generate their own food. The Biorock process directly stimulates natural energy production by all forms of life, greatly increasing settlement, growth, healing, survival, and resistance of marine organisms to high temperature, sediment, and pollution stress. As in any garden, quality long-term care produces best results that increase with time. Like healthy coral reefs, Biorock structures get stronger with age and heal themselves if injured, and severely eroded beaches grow back rapidly behind them.
Many people wrongly think Biorock sells “artificial reefs”, like trashed cars, rubber tires, and concrete lumps dumped in the water. Biorock projects can be any shape or size; they are not “one size fits all” designs like toilet seats. We do NOT sell a product! PLEASE DO NOT ASK WHAT A BIOROCK STRUCTURE COSTS! We don’t know: until we work together to analyze and assess the specific problems at your own sites and prepare designs to solve them, we can’t calculate materials, energy, time, or money required.
We are not interested in short-term speculators fooling themselves about getting rich peddling “artificial reefs” like the lump dumpers! We will work together with any truly serious group (government, public, or private) to train them to create and grow their own long-term regenerative solutions to their own problems at their own sites.