Frank Garza, President of Grazen Engineering, and Trumatech, a Texas Based Environmental Engineering Firm, Have Announced Their Increased Efforts to Complete Testing on their Latest Oil Spill Remediation Technology.
Online PR News – 12-October-2010 – – New York, NY - Frank Garza, President of Grazen Engineering, and Trumatech, a Texas Based Environmental Engineering Firm, Have Announced Their Increased Efforts to Complete Testing on their Latest Oil Spill Remediation Technology. The two companies announced their partnership late last month, and have today announced that they will be increasing efforts to ensure a sooner than expected launch date. Although neither Frank Garza nor Trumatech have unveiled any true details of the new technology, Frank Garza describes the new solvent-based technology as “ground-breaking”.
The new technology is rumored to be a dissolving solution that will assist in clean-up efforts for both small and large scale petroleum contamination. “Our new technology will allow homeowners faced with the expensive task of soil contamination, to opt for a more cost-effective method of remediating the spill”, advises Frank Garza.
Frank Garza and Grazen Engineering began the development of this process in 2007, and have just recently partnered with Trumatech in the final stages of development. “With our coupled efforts, we expect to be able to unveil the new technology before the new year”, claims Frank Garza.
About Frank Garza and Grazen Engineering:
Frank Garza founded Grazen Engineering, an environmental engineering consulting firm dedicated to the development and implementation of environmentally conscious engineering practices, in Spring of 2006. Headquartered in New York, NY, Grazen Engineering has been providing services for nearly five years. For more information please visit http://www.frankgarza.org.