Oil Spill In Gulf Of Mexico
Press Release 150,000 Feet Fast Oil Boom
Press Release "Oil Spill in Gulf of Mexico: Granite Environmental, Inc. has in excess of 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” Sebastian, FL, April 30, 2010 – Granite Environmental, Inc. (GEI Works), located on the East Coast of Florida, has ready to ship 150,000 feet fast oil cleanup boom (FOC Boom) in stock. The FOC Boom is a rapid response system.
This fast oil cleanup boom uses a combination of proprietary high-extension sorbent barrier and easy-to-use deployment system that is unlike anything else used in the oil spill field marketplace today. This FOC Boom can be deployed at speeds of up to 34 miles (54.7 kilometers) per hour (Certified by Lloyds of London). This means it can be deployed over five times faster than a conventional oil spill containment boom. It is also the first oil spill boom of its kind, designed to contain up to 100 percent of the oil from a spill without absorbing the water.
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 Granite Environmental, Inc., “In an oil spill crises like this, it is essential to have a rapid response oil cleanup system in place. We are happy to have this easy and economical fast response oil spill boom as part of our product variety and available to ship out to help prevent the oil spill crises right in our neighborhood. ”
P.O. Box 780928 Sebastian, FL 32978
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