Turbidity Curtain in Stock

Press Release Turbidity Curtain In Stock & Ready To Ship

shoreline consrtuctionPress Release "Granite Environmental, Inc. - A division of GEI Works - has short turnaround times for turbidity curtain"

SEBASTIAN, FL, August 5 Granite Environmental, Inc. - A division of GEI Works, has turbidity barriers and silt curtains in stock* and ready to ship. Not sure what type of turbidity curtain you need? Please see our Turbidity Curtain Selection Guide.

Where other manufacturers make you wait up to six weeks to receive your floating silt curtain, GEI Works provides short turnaround times and turbidity curtains in stock, ready to ship. With very competitive pricing every silt barrier purchase makes the marine job economical.

shoreline consrtuctionA deal you don’t want to miss out on, especially now with all the marine dredging and construction going on in the USA and worldwide. Contact GEI Works for product specs and drawing or further information email us info@geiworks.com. But hurry, this stock offer is limited.

GEI Works is a contract manufacturer of floating turbidity curtains, oil booms, debris and trash booms, flexible collapsible tanks and secondary spill containment, with his sales office located in Florida, USA. All products are manufactured in the United States of America.

shoreline consrtuctionAccording to Mark Wilkie, President of GEI Works Inc., “Especially when you are working on an EPA marine construction regulated project, product price and delivery time are crucial. With this special turbidity barrier offer, marine contractors have the option to stay in compliance with their dredging project time lines and be cost effective and economical. Our goal is to make sure our customers can work successfully from start to finish. We are proud of our short turnaround times for stock and non-stock turbidity curtain sizes. In an economy like this, good quality products at an affordable price are not the standard.”

*subject to change without notice.

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