Press Release Summary:
Available in pails, drums, or larger containers, biobased aluminum complex wire rope grease is Vessel General Permit (VGP)-compliant, contains >80% biobased content, and meets USDA biobased biopreferred labeling requirements. Biodegradable and non-toxic product, derived from NSF-registered Aluminum Complex Food Grade Greases, comes in NLGI grades 0 and 1, exhibits adhesive properties, and is resistant to water washout.
Original Press Release:
ELM Releases VGP Compliant Wire Rope Grease
Seeking new Distributors and Private Label
Grundy Center, Iowa -- ELM announces the release of a new biobased aluminum complex wire rope grease that is Vessel General Permit (VGP)- compliant. According to Dr. Lou Honary, ELM President, “… the bio-based content is over 80%, and meets USDA biobased biopreferred labeling requirements. It is also readily biodegradable and non-toxic.” The ELM biobased wire rope grease comes in NLGI grades 0 and 1 and offers superior adhesion and resistance to water washout.
“This product is derived from our Aluminum Complex Food Grade Greases that are NSF registered. They offer superior adhesion while meeting national and international standards for biodegradability and toxicity” according to Scott Jones, ELM Vice President. "They offer superior performance while being biodegradable and non-toxic. This reduces harmful effects when discharged into the environment.
ELM is currently seeking distributors and companies interested in private labeling the biobased wire rope grease. Our product is available in pails, drums or larger containers. For sample products and PDS please contact Scott Jones at:
Environmental Lubricants Manufacturing (ELM)
311 B Avenue
Grundy Center, IA 50638
About ELM Inc – www.elmusa.com
Environmental Lubricants Manufacturing, Inc. is the leading manufacturer of biobased lubricants and greases in the United States using microwave technology for processing. These products are based on exclusive Biotechbased™ technology, formulated with renewable, biodegradable USA-grown vegetable oils. These lubricants and greases are environmentally friendly and meet or exceed industry standards.