Oil Spill Absorbent Rolls Press Release
Oil Spill Cleanup Absorbent Rolls
Oil Spill Gulf Of Mexico 2010
Oil Spill Absorbent Rolls For Oil Spill In Gulf of Mexico: Press Release "Granite Environmental, Inc. (now GEI Works) is providing an economical absorbent pads solution”
Sebastian, FL, June 11, 2010 – Granite Environmental, Inc., has 1.5 truck load of oil spill absorbent rolls available and further truck load quantities (20,000 square yards/truck) on a weekly basis to help clean up the crude oil spill in the Gulf Of Mexico. The absorbent roll is made from polypropylene fibers and provides an economical solution to have a large quantity of absorbent pads on hand that can be cut to length to suit the spill size.
The polypropylene fibers readily absorb large quantities of oil up to 20 fluid oz per square foot and can be reused.
Granite Environmental, Inc. (GEI Works) is a leading international contract manufacturer that specializes 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 & 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 Granite Environmental, Inc., “Absorbent pads will be needed in the next steps of the oil spill cleanup efforts in the Gulf of Mexico. We see it as an economical solution to not only have the required material but also the quantity on hand. Our GEI oil spill absorbent rolls can be used to cut to any needed pad length to suit the spill size. In a catastrophic situation like this, timing and cost are essential and have to be right.”
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GEI Works, P.O. Box 780928 Sebastian, FL 32978
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