Texas Biotechnology Inc offers cutting-edge bioremediation solutions to address environmental contamination challenges. Our expertise lies in harnessing the power of nature to restore contaminated environments using advanced biotechnological approaches. Our services are tailored to efficiently and effectively remediate pollutants, all while minimizing the impact on ecosystems.

Our Services


At Texas Biotechnology Inc., we specialize in developing and utilizing recombinant enzymes to facilitate the rapid degradation of a wide range of pollutants including salts and pesticide residues. Our team of scientists engineer specialized enzymes through genetic manipulation, enhancing their ability to break down contaminants into harmless byproducts. This approach not only accelerates the bioremediation process but also ensures targeted and precise pollutant degradation.


Our tailored microbial cultures are designed to thrive in specific contaminated environments. We introduce these specially cultivated microbes to enhance the natural biodegradation processes. These microorganisms are carefully selected or engineered to efficiently metabolize pollutants, resulting in swift and effective cleanup.

Our unique focus on recombinant enzyme technology ensures rapid and targeted pollutant degradation.

Every environment is unique. Our solutions are customized to fit the specific needs of your contaminated site.

Our bioremediation methods are environmentally friendly, minimizing disruption to ecosystems.

Our approach can provide cost-effective solutions compared to traditional remediation methods.

With a team of seasoned experts in biotechnology and environmental science, we have a track record of successful remediation projects.

Join us at Texas Biotechnology Inc. and let's work together to restore and preserve the environment through innovative bioremediation solutions. Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist you in overcoming environmental contamination challenges.


“Regenzym products are a class of agricultural products that regenerate soil, enhance plant growth and stress tolerance. These products have the potential to play a key role in carbon capture, which is the process of removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and storing it in soils, plants, and other carbon sinks.”

Regenzym products have the potential to play a key role in carbon capture and climate mitigation. By enhancing plant growth and stress tolerance, Regenzym products can increase the amount of carbon stored in soils and vegetation, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and mitigating climate change. Regenzym can also improve soil health and fertility, leading to more sustainable agricultural practices. As the world faces increasing pressure to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change, Regenzym products are one of the most important tools in the fight against global warming.

Regenzym products and Carbon Sequestration

Regenzym products can be used to enhance the growth and health of plants, which in turn can increase the amount of carbon stored in soils and vegetation. When plants grow, they take up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in their biomass. This process is known as carbon sequestration, and it is an important mechanism for removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and mitigating climate change.

Regenzym products can enhance carbon sequestration in several ways. First, they can increase plant growth and biomass production, which leads to greater carbon storage in soils and vegetation. Second, they can improve soil health by increasing organic matter and nutrient cycling, which can increase the amount of carbon stored in soils. Third, they can enhance the ability of plants to tolerate stress, such as drought or heat, which can improve their resilience and ability to sequester carbon over the long term.


What is Carbon?

The foundation of life on earth is considered to be carbon because the molecules that make up living things, such as DNA and proteins, are linked together by carbon chains. The movement of carbon in and out of the atmosphere, oceans, minerals, plants, animals, and microorganisms is known as the carbon cycle. Carbon is always moving, even if the overall quantity in the system is fixed. Too much release of carbon into the atmosphere from on-earth reservoirs, termed "carbon sinks," leads to a broad number of harmful impacts. According to scientific estimates, at least 50% of the carbon that was once held in Earth's soils has been released into the atmosphere.

Carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, which is made up of the element carbon. The naturally occurring and man-made gases on Earth known as greenhouse gases trap heat in the atmosphere, warming the whole planet. With carbon making up the majority of GHG emissions (77%) from human activity, the effects on the planet's natural systems, especially agricultural systems, have been disastrous over time.

On the other hand, for biological production, ecological vitality, and plant and animal health, soil must have carbon in order to operate as a living system. The main component of soil organic matter (which includes all organic elements of the soil system, including live and dead plant and animal tissues, soil microorganisms,) is soil carbon. Plant organic matter is converted to dissolved organic carbon (DOC) molecules by microorganisms and their enzymes. The soil acts as a reliable carbon sink because DOC's ability to bond to soil particles enables long-term carbon storage.

Carbon farming, consists of techniques that increase soil fertility and production while concurrently reducing atmospheric carbon dioxide levels. Multi-species cover cropping, low or no till planting, holistic livestock management, and many other regenerative approaches all boost a farm's potential to capture and store more carbon (with significant co-benefits).

Many benefits, both below and above ground, may be gained by improving carbon sequestration in soil.

• Better aeration of the soil
• Increased soil structure and stability
• Superior water drainage and storage
• More nutrient uptake
• Increased biological activity
• Higher yield
• A more resilient agricultural ecology as a whole.

Farms may benefit financially from carbon sequestration by taking part in carbon market schemes that pay them a premium for this service. Companies around the globe are trying to lessen their impact on the environment by providing financial incentives to farmers who use carbon sequestration strategies. This has resulted in the emergence of a number of carbon markets.
What we do?

Carbon credits can be earned in the agricultural sector through reducing greenhouse gas emissions and enhancing soil-based carbon sequestration, as well as through widespread adoption of farm management practices that replenish the soil. Texas Biotechnology, Inc. is preparing to launch a carbon farming program that will be recognized across the world. This program will guide farmers through the steps of turning regenerative practices into premium carbon credits. Farmers will produce premium carbon credits and get access to a network of international carbon credit purchasers through our relationship with carbon credit companies.