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Oil Absorbent Boom Press Release

Oil Absorbent Boom Available

Oil Spill Gulf of Mexico 2010

Press Release "Oil Absorbent Boom For Oil Spill Gulf of Mexico 2010: Granite Environmental, Inc. (now GEI Works) has five inch diameter absorbents boom available"

Sebastian, FL, May 17, 2010 – Granite Environmental, Inc., located on the East Coast of Florida, has 5 inch diameter absorbents boom available. This boom with sock and net, packed as four (each is 10 feet long) to a bale of 40 feet, will be offered as truck loads, 720 bales per truck.

(Comment Author 05/17/2010: Plus 624 bales, available immediately.)

The first truck load can be shipped on May 19th, 2010. Other truck loads will be available few days after this shipment.

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 serves in the following markets: North and South America, Canada, Caribbean, Europe, Middle East, and South Africa.

According to Mark Wilkie, president of Granite Environmental, Inc., “In the oil spill catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico, a huge amount of hard oil booms are needed to contain the oil and prevent that the oil spill area increases. But when the oil spill is getting closer to the shore and sandy beaches, oil absorbent booms are needed for passive oil cleanup. This sorbent boom can be rapidly deployed by minimizing pollution and reducing the size of a spill. ”


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

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