Press Release Erosion Control
Gettin' Down and Dirty at Disney
Press Release Erosion Control Conference:
Sebastian, FL February, 11 2011—From February 20-23, Granite Environmental, Inc. , will be getting down and dirty with erosion control at Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL. This local company, specializing in erosion and pollution control product solutions, will be attending the world’s largest soil and water event: The International Erosion Control Association’s (IECA) 11th Annual Conference, Environmental Connection, featuring “Environmental Heroes” at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort. The IECA calls this conference “the premier educational event for the erosion control, sediment control and stormwater industry.”
Environmental Connection offers training courses (half and full day) and topic-focused technical sessions. Along with the education available, hundreds of vendors, including Granite Environmental will have exhibits featuring products and technology for the following environmental topics: Slope Stabilization, Stream Restoration, Vegetative Establishment, Stormwater Management, Wetlands Technology, Erosion and Sediment Control, Beach and Shoreline Stabilization, Wind Erosion Technology. Featured Products: Coconut Coir Fiber Products, Woven Geotextiles, Non Woven Geotextiles, Turf Reinforcement Mats, Geosythetics.
Along with presenting these products and technologies, Granite Environmental, in conjunction with The Nature Conservancy will be launching their “Plant a Billion Trees” campaign. For every business card donated, a tree will be planted in the Atlantic Forest. Can’t make it to the show? Plant Your Tree Today! One Dollar. One Tree. One Cause.
Among new products, innovative technologies, hands-on learning, and tree planting visitors and representatives alike will be getting down and dirty as Environmental Heroes while attending Environmental Connection ‘11.
P.O. Box 780928
Sebastian, FL 32978
Fax: +1 772-589-3343
Questions? Our Granite Environmental sales team would be happy to support you. Call +1-772-646-0597.
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