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Press Release | Inspector Training Successfully Completed
Press Release "Granite Environmental, Inc. successfully completed the Florida Stormwater and Sedimentation Control Inspector Training Program"
Sebastian, FL, February 1, 2010 - Two employees of Granite Environmental, Inc. (GEI Works) participated and successfully completed the Florida Stormwater and Sedimentation Control Inspector Training Program in November 2009.
In this two day, graded class, sponsored by the Brevard County Natural Resources Management Office Stormwater Program and the Agriculture and Extension Services Department, both employees received a beneficial education including best mangement practices for erosion and sedimentation control, dewatering operations, stormwater management, and vegetation for erosion control.
Granite Environmental, Inc. (GE) is a leading international contract manufacturer in providing cost effective, field tested and proven environmental and BMP products, and portable tanks.
The main product lines are water pollution and erosion control. Including: turbidity curtains, silt barriers, debris booms, trash booms, oil cleanup booms, coir logs, coir wattles, dewatering bags, geotextile tubes, pond liners, WWTP water control baffles, geotextile liners, to only name a few. GEI Works also offers solutions for oil spill cleanup, spill containment, bulk liquid storage, and incineration.
GEI Works serves in the following markets: North and South America, Canada, Caribbean, Europe, Middle East, Asia, and South Africa.
Granite Environmental, Inc. qualified stormwater management inspectors are available to help Florida's contractors with any erosion and sedimentation control project problems they may have.
According to Halton Lunsford, Department of Environmental Protection, Stormwater Erosion and Sedimentation Control Inspector Training Program, "Congratulations on successfully completing the Florida Stormwater Erosion and Sedimentation control Inspector Training Program. I greatly appreciate your participation in and successful completion of this course. I hope that it has helped you to better understand Florida's stormwater problems and the importance of proper design, construction, and maintenance of erosion and sediment controls during construction, in order to assure the proper long-term operation and maintenance of stormwater systems after construction is completed."
Granite Environmental P.O. Box 780928 Sebastian, FL 32978
GEI Works is now offering this course to anyone interested in becoming an FDEP stormwater inspector. Read more here The Department of Environmental Protection provides more information in regard to the Florida Stormwater, Erosion, and Sedimentation Control Inspector Training and Certification Program.Questions about press release inspectors information? Give us a call at @ 1-772-646-0597.
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