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December 3, 2009 - Green Stuff Absorbent ensures that liquid spills are fully absorbed with no slippery residue left behind. Sewage slurries, acids, gear oils, paint, sodium salt solutions, vegetable oil based biofuels, and over 300 other liquids, such as polymers from adipic acid solutions and acrylic emulsions, are absorbed with minimal fumes and made dry to pass Paint Filter tests for disposal at landfills. Product is non-biodegradable and non-leaching for environmentally friendly disposal.

Green Stuff Revolutionizes Waste Water Treatment

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Green Absorbents
140-11 Keyland Court
Bohemia, NY, 11716

Press release date: December 2, 2009

Introducing Green Stuff Absorbent for waste water treatment applications. Green Stuff is the ideal absorbent for use at waste water treatment facilities because it works on everything liquid, saves you money, and helps you to "go green" all at the same time. Any liquid spill can be absorbed fully, fast, and efficiently. This includes modern polymers from adipic acid solutions to acrylic emulsions with no slippery residue left behind. Sewage slurries, acids, gear oils, paint, sodium salt solutions, and all vegetable oil based biofuels plus over 300 other liquids are easily absorbed with minimization of fumes and made dry to easily pass "Paint Filter" tests for disposal at landfills. Green Stuff Absorbent is non-biodegradable and non-leaching for environmentally friendly disposal. It can also be fuel blended or incinerated adding 13,000 BTUs of energy per pound to the disposal process with virtually no fly ash residue. Expensive waste for costly disposal now becomes recoverable energy!

Green Stuff Absorbent is also "green" in that its light weight and rapid absorption time greatly reduces carbon footprints while getting the job done more efficiently. Less weight reduces worker injuries during large spill cleanup and reduces wear and tear on plant equipment. Green Stuff Absorbent has no silica at all and rates a coveted "None" on the highly restrictive California Proposition 65. Save money, work better, and "go green" with Green Stuff Absorbent, the best absorbent for the 21st century!

Visit our e-commerce enabled website and see Green Stuff Absorbent in action in our many online videos. . For more information and live demonstrations by appointment, call 631-419-1203 now.

"We can not be complacent with the ways of OLD."

"You want to Go Green, here is a way, "Green Stuff" One Change at a Time."

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