Erosion Pollution Resources

Erosion Pollution Resources

Erosion Pollution Resources

Welcome to the Erosion Pollution Resources page! Here you can find links to all our supportive pages designed to help provide you with further information about GEI Works Inc. (formerly Granite Environmental), our philosophy, and our policies.

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Need installation instructions for one of our products? Download the right guide from the links below or give our team a call at +1-772-646-0597.

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Stormwater Project Cycle

The stormwater project cycle is a system we created to help ensure that we can help customers in all areas of containment, prevent, control, recovery, and disposal. To learn more about a stage of this cycle, please click the appropriate category below:

Prevention: Pollution prevention can include any containment or best management product including spill pallets, stormwater drain filters, and safety cabinets.

Control: In order to control pollution on your site, products such as the silt fence and turbidity barrier can be implemented to contain pollution to a certain area.

Containment: Pollution containment involves items such as the oil containment boom and absorbents. These items are deployed quickly after spills to help contain contaminants for later cleanup.

Recovery: Recovery of pollution can take many forms including products such as spill kits, absorbents, skimmers, and dispersants.

Disposal: After spills or other pollution projects (especially those involving oil), cleanup equipment that is now contaminated needs to be properly disposed of through items such as incinerators.


For additional information on pollution and other helpful resources, please check out Pollution Resources or Share a Pollution Control Story.

 

Press Release

The list below shows our complete records of press releases made by GEI Works/Granite Environmental, Inc. Please feel free to browse through this erosion pollution resources list to find news and other products.

  • Manufactured Oil Booms "Granite Environmental has 60,000 yard coated fabric to manufacture oil booms available"
  • Innovative Oil Spill Solutions "Granite Environmental offers site specific innovative oil cleanup solutions for the spill catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico"
  • Absorbents: "Granite Environmental absorbent roll absorption and pull tests"
  • Oil Spill Gulf of Mexico 2010: Granite Environmental, Inc. production schedule provides available 36 and 42 inch oil containment boom for spill responders
  • Spill Absorbents Granite Environmental offers economical absorbent pad solutions
  • Fire Boom "Granite Environmental, Inc. has 500 feet American Fire Boom in stock and ready to shop"
  • Oil Spill in Gulf of Mexico: Granite Environmental, Inc. has excessive 150,000 feet fast oil cleanup boom in stock, ready to ship to help prevent an oil spill crises on Florida's West and East Coast

  • Soak It Up "Granite Environmental, Inc. proudly supported the gold winner's student team "Soak It Up" with their science fair project, organized by the science department of the Queen of Angels Academy in Quebec, Canada"
  • Industrial Supply "Granite Environmental, Inc. has recently added a new market field to its environmental product variety"
  • Inspector Training "Granite Environmental successfully completed the Florida Stormwater and Sedimentation Control Inspector Training Program"
  • Duck Derby Granite Environmental supports local charity event "Duck Derby" of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Martin County

 

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Further links and information will be additionally added to erosion pollution resources as it becomes available on our site. Please feel free to browse through our policies, learn more about our company on our about us page, or check out new products and news on our blogs.