Sequoia Interests Opens First Manufacturing Facility
Tuesday December 6, 12:30 pm ET
HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 6, 2005--Sequoia Interests Corporation has started commercial production of its Diamondflo(TM) polymer from a mix of chemical feedstocks. Diamondflo(TM) polymer has been proven to remove hydrocarbon contaminants from soil.
"Our new facility has a production capacity of 4,000 gallons a month, and we can easily add new equipment to boost our capacity in response to demand," said Ted Leslie, CEO of Sequoia Interests.
Leslie said that new independent tests have demonstrated that Diamondflo(TM) is "extremely effective" in the remediation of soil contaminated with diesel fuel and heavy oil. Precision Petroleum Labs, Inc., of Houston, Texas confirmed how Diamondflo(TM) lowered parts-per-million concentrations of heavy oil in soil samples from 9,100 down to 890 -- a level permissible at virtually any U.S. landfill.
"You can't argue with these test results. Regardless of the volatility or concentrations of hydrocarbon contaminants, Diamondflo(TM) polymer can quickly and cheaply turn bad dirt into good dirt," Leslie said.
Sequoia Interests Corporation is a developer and marketer of a proprietary, cost-effective, biodegradable formulation for the oil & gas industry and remediation industry. The company's cornerstone formulation, Diamondflo(TM) has the unique ability of making oil flow by displacing oil adhered to a solid. The primary target market for Diamondflo(TM) is the enhanced oil recovery sector, both secondary and tertiary, and remediation of oil and gas toxins including heavy metals.
Source: Sequoia Interests Corporation
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