The Intersection of Rhamnolipid Biosurfactants and Artificial Intelligence

Using natural substances to help clean up the planet.

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Rhamnolipid is an environmentally-friendly substance created by nature with wide-ranging applications across many industries from disinfecting and sanitizing cruise ships and ports, to preventing food processing facility outbreaks, to medical and pharmaceutical applications. Our rhamnolipid biosurfactants are registered with the Federal and Florida EPA.

*Rhamnolipid can be obtained through third parties. Currently working down inventory.*


Rhamnolipid is a non-toxic and biodegradable substance that doesn't leave any negative residual byproducts after use. Artificial intelligence identifies pathogens and contaminates on indoor and outdoor surfaces and in water and soil.

Combining these two technologies produces an incredible result. We provide an efficient, cost-effective, fast, and safe way to reduce pollution, replace toxic chemicals, and clean up our environment and local communities.

The applications are vast:
• Sanitizing Cruise Lines
• Sanitizing Hospitals
• Sporting Events
• Manufacturing
• Agriculture
• Pharmeceutical

Any natural environment or community can be protected or improved. We all contribute to our environment's decline. Now, we can do our part to rejuvenate it.

Innovative Solutions

We've engineered breakthrough production technology and techniques that can allow us to produce cost effective rhamnolipid biosurfactants in industrial quantities.

AI Advancements

Utilizing the power of AI and machine learning algorithms, we have developed technologies that can better detect outbreaks before they spread. Using these AI tools and analytics, it will be easier to understand the effect of rhamnolipid biosurfactants on outbreaks, where to maximize treatment areas to mitigate spread, and to forecast future outbreaks.

Rhamnolipid Registration

Working with Rhamnolipid, Inc. and utilizing RhamnoWash10, our rhamnolipid is registered with the Florida and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. In addition, the carbohydrate moiety of rhamnolipid biosurfactant, rhamnose sugar, is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as a food additive. The EPA issued an exemption from the requirement of a tolerance established for residues of rhamnolipid biosurfactant in or on all food commodities on March 31, 2004 (69 FR 16796) (FRL-7347-7).

Rhamnolipid biosurfactants can break apart, lyse, and disintegrate the cell wall and plasma membrane of many pathogens. Rhamnolipid also has the ability to break apart hydrocarbons (petroleum), separate metals in soil and water, and other environmental applications

What We Do

Rhamnolipid biosurfactants have a wide-array of use cases that can replace synthetic, toxic, and petroleum-based chemicals while benefiting the environement, well-being, and health of local communities.

Understanding Algae Bloom

Presently conducting research to mitigate harmful algae blooms.


Rhamnolipid biosurfactants can be used in food processing facilities and eliminate many fungi, bacteria, and diseases effecting plants and agricultural commodities.

Biofilm Applications

Rhamnolipid biosurfactants can be used in biofilm applications.

Bioremediation Applications

Rhamnolipid biosurfactants can break apart hydrocarbons, be used as a surface washing agent for environmental remediation, and act as an aqueous metal sequestering application to separate metals.

Commercial Applications

Rhamnolipid biosurfactants can be used as a disinfectant by creating a thin biofilm to mitigate outbreaks in areas such as cruise ships, ports, hospitals, schools, gyms, retail stores, and other large gathering areas.

Zero-Carbon Development

We plan on becoming a 100% "green" company by utilizing clean renewable energy (solar, wind, hydroelectric, direct wireless charging systems). Our production process has zero emissions and little-to-no byproducts.

Rhamnolipid Biosurfactants

How is Rhamnolipid Produced?

Production Technology

Rhamnolipid is produced by a fermentation process similar to those used to produce beer and yogurt. Bacteria is added to a fermentation tank and provided a nutrient source. Under properly controlled conditions the result will be a crude Rhamnolipid mixture.


What is Rhamnolipid?
Rhamnolipid is secreted by the Pseudomonas Aeruginosa species of bacteria. Rhamnolipids were discovered in 1947 and until now, have not been cost effective to use.


Adaptable Biosurfactants

Rhamnolipid Applications

Rhamnolipid's widespread applications and their utility across several diverse industries (pharmaceutical, cosmetics, food, pets, environmental, agriculture, water treatment, oil and heavy petroleum recovery, soil washing, etc.) is now being recognized.



May 1, 2023 - DE3 Files New Patent For Environmental AI Utilizing Detection and Predictive Algorithms - Fox 5 Sand Diego

April 12, 2023 - Healing Pets with Rhamnolipid and Artificial Intelligence - KXAN News

March 31, 2023 - Increased Fungus Safety and Healthcare Protection with Rhamnolipid - WFLA Tampa Bay

March 28, 2023 - Rhamnolipid Breakthrough Can Revolutionize Pollution Control - WFLA Tampa Bay

March 24, 2023 - Exploring expansion into the Caribbean - WPRI News

March 21, 2023 - Artificial Intelligence Algorithms have been Trained for Early Detection of Red Tide - WFLA Tampa Bay

March 11, 2023 - Artificial Intelligence Used for Rhamnolipid Biosurfactant Applications - KHON2 news Hawaii

March 7, 2023 - Protection From Invisible Threats Using AI - MENAFN

The Green Movement

There is a concerted movement afoot to save not only the environment from a path of catastrophic consequences but, also the need to be mindful of the impact of pollutants and harmful chemicals affecting the health and well-being of the citizens of our country, as well as the world. Since the dawn of the industrial revolution, there has been a global impact of petroleum and chemical-based products on all aspects of our planet. Today, one could argue that it is our industry’s moral responsibility to ensure that each generation has an obligation to conserve the planet for future generations. Activists, for years, have been demanding that more focus be placed on a quantum shift from synthetic toxic applications (produced from petroleum oil) to natural products. Slowly, the biosurfactant market is emerging as a “game-changer” and is starting to replace those oil-based toxic surfactants with environmentally friendly, non-toxic, “green,” non-carcinogenic surfactants cost effectively. Rhamnolipid is poised to produce a natural cost-effective surfactant alternative to toxic chemicals used in today’s industrial and household products that not only meets the goals of various industries, but most importantly, the consumers. Not only is our product natural but our production process produces zero carbon emissions and no pollutanting by-products. We also plan on implementing solar and renewable energy sources so we can become a 100% "green" company.