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  • Oil boom fence for Wetlands, Marshes and Bayous

    Granite Environmental"s oil boom fence is our newest oil spill cleanup and response product. Made from durable PVC coated fabric with top cable, this oil fence is perfect for oil spills in calm and shallow water conditions. Ideal for marshes, bayous, and wetlands. This oil marsh boom builds a barrier between the clean water side and the oil contaminted side and can be equipped with an absorbent ...


    By GEI Works, Inc.

  • Bales of 5 inch absorbent Boom available immediately

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


    By GEI Works, Inc.

  • EPA responds to crude release near rawlins, WY

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency continues to respond to an oil spill affecting a portion of Emigrant Creek approximately 20 miles southwest of Rawlins, Wyo. EPA is overseeing cleanup actions at the spill site, including the removal of oil and the deployment of booms to capture releases to the creek. EPA will continue to coordinate response activities with the Bureau of Land Management ...

  • Oil Containment Boom Overview

    For those not familiar with oil containment boom, Texas Boom Company is providing an overview to share the basics of what spill containment boom is, how containment boom is made, and where containment boom is used. One of the first actions taken when oil has spilled into or in the vicinity of a body of water is to encircle the spill with containment boom. Because oil and other hydrocarbons ...


    By Texas Boom Company

  • Spill boom deployment around a capsized ship

    Ship wrecks are an unfortunate reality in the ever expanding global marketplace. Weather, inexperienced or inattentive crews, and equipment failures can all be contributing factors. When ships do sink, capsize, or run aground, and immediate concern is the likliehood of the escape of oil, fuel, and other hydrocarbons that can have a negative impact on the environment. The damage that can be ...


    By Texas Boom Company

  • Oil spill in Gulf of Mexico: Granite Environmental, Inc. has 5 inch diameter absorbents booms available

    Granite Environmental, Inc., located on the East Coast of Florida, has 5 inch diameter absorbents booms 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. The first truck load can be shipped on May 19th, 2010. Other truck loads will be available few days after this shipment. Granite ...


    By GEI Works, Inc.

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