The presence of pollutants in soil, freshwater, groundwater and seawater threatens wildlife and ecosystems and raises concerns for public health. Discharge from urban wastewater treatment, waste disposal, industrial effluents and losses from farming, are the main sources of such pollution. Contamination with hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents and similar products pose a major threat to water resources. Water pollution indeed not only puts biodiversity at risk and disrupts the fragile equilibrium that exists underwater, but also affects economic activities, such as fisheries, aquaculture and tourism. Current water and seabed remediation methods such as “Pump and Treat” and “Dig and Dump” significantly disturb the site operations and environment and as most of them are ex-situ methods they require costly and polluting transportation means, becoming less cost-effective. Eko Harden developed the Electro Kinetic Oxidation Grid (EKOGRID), as a more sustainable in-situ ground, ground water and sediment remediation method, without needing major installations or disturbance to the activities on the contaminated sites. The overall objective of the project is to complete development of the EKOGRID control unit and demonstrate the complete system, proving its commercial readiness.