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EPA to step up outreach on TCE danger

Original post made on Feb 25, 2013

After the ==I Voice== discovered a number of residents on Evandale Avenue had no knowledge of newly discovered toxins creeping under their street and possibly into their homes, the Environmental Protection Agency says it plans to do more outreach in the area.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, February 21, 2013, 11:18 AM

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Posted by Steve Apelman
a resident of Old Mountain View
on Feb 25, 2013 at 12:05 pm

This is a message for all City and Town councils, citizens, and industrial leaders of the communities in your area.

Please allow me to introduce my firm of Greenfield Restorations LLC. We are made up of two sister entities that are BioGard Inc, and BioTech Restorations LLC. Our technologies represent an ability to bio-convert polluted soil “In Situ”, or “in place”, so that no soil need be removed from a polluted site.
Our company represents a unique, all American made, non-chemical, and non-polluting technology, capable of bioremediating virtually all standard forms of hydrocarbon pollution, but in addition, we represent the only currently known zero power requirement technology that can bioremediate chlorinated hydrocarbon pollution, from TCE, insecticides, PCB’s, all the way through Agent Orange and even Dioxin.
Our technologies have been approved by the most strict State departments of environmental standards, that of the State of California, and has been used to clean and rehabilitate polluted land for residential use, representing acceptance to the toughest standards there are in the country.
We at Greenfield Restoration LLC would like to take this opportunity to make your organization aware of our existence and what it is we have to offer in the field of land remediation. Our “In-Situ” capability cuts the exorbitant cost of land rehabilitation quite significantly, and cuts the considerable volume of associated collateral air pollution created by the conventional “dig-and-haul” method used now- where soil is dug up and trucked away to an ever decreasing number of landfills throughout the US, and the further air pollution created by the requirement of trucking clean fill back to the original remediation site.
Greenfield Restorations would like to make all of our services and technologies available to the EPA, DEC, or any other State or Local Government or organization that can use them, allowing far more properties to be cleaned in far shorter periods of time and done so for significanlty lower budgets than any other cleanup method currently available.
Please contact me at any time for more information or a quote on any job, no matter what the size. Our technology is scalable form 100 cubic yards to 10,000,000 cubic yards, or more.

Steve Apelman
Vice President, BioGard Inc.
Partner, Greenfield Restorations LLC
Office: 631-698-3357
Mobile: 631-332-6877

E-Mail to parent company: macrocorp@optonline

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