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Press Release Oil Spill Gulf Of Mexico 2010


Press Release Fire Boom “Oil Spill Gulf of Mexico 2010: GEI Works / Granite Environmental, Inc. has 500 feet In-Situ Burning Fire Resistant Boom available, in stock and ready to ship”

Sebastian, FL, May 3, 2010 ? Granite Environmental, Inc. a Division of GEI Works, located on the East Coast of Florida, has in stock and ready to ship 500 feet In-Situ Burning Fire Resistant Boom , 30 inch. This fire resistant boom is manufactured in 50 foot sections.

The American Fire Resistant Boom is a ceramic flotation boom, mainly used as a protective barrier in accidental marine fires. It retains its operating integrity through a unique high temperature resistant core and ceramic fabric components. This can corral spilled oil on water and allows oil to be burned in place.

Granite Environmental, Inc. (GEI Works) is a leading international contract manufacturer in providing cost effective, field tested and proven environmental & BMP products, and portable tanks.

The product variety includes turbidity curtains & silt barriers, dewatering bags & geotextile tubes, oil spill cleanup & spill containment equipment, debris and trash booms, pond liners, WWTP water control baffles, portable small scale incinerators, geotextile liners and natural fiber erosion control products, and portable collapsible static tanks. GEI Works serves in the following markets: North and South America, Canada, Caribbean, Europe, Middle East, and South Africa.

According to Mark Wilkie, president of GEI Works., “In an oil spill catastrophe like this huge oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico , it is essential not only to contain the oil but also to eliminate it. The American In-Situ Burning Fire Boom supports deliberate controlled combustion and allows oil on a water body to be burned in place.”


GEI Works P.O. Box 780928 Sebastian, FL 32978
Tel: +1-772-646-0597 Fax: +1 772-589-3343

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