New York, NY, November 21, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Frank Garza, president of Grazen Engineering, a New York based environmental engineering consulting firm dedicated to the development and implementation of environmentally conscious engineering practices, has today announced the company's plans to unveil their highly anticipated oil spill remediation process at a Gala event this December in New York City. Frank Garza Jr. and Grazen Engineering have been making great strides over the past months in designing and implementing their new process. Frank Garza Jr. has recently announced Grazen's new testing center in Houston, Texas, as well as the firm's recent partnership with Trumatech Engineering. "We have focused all of our efforts over the past several months on bringing this product to market," explains Frank Garza Jr.
Grazen began developing the oil remediation process in 2006 as a way to reduce costs of home oil tank leaks and ground contamination. The process includes a solvent based substance that will greatly reduce the need for extensive excavation while cleaning up soil contamination. "The average cost for soil remediation after an underground oil tank leaks is around $10,000, our new process will cut that in half," claims Frank Garza Jr.
The Gala event is planned two months ahead of schedule, and will include members from engineering firms and environmental associations around the U.S. For event details visit http://www.frank-garza.org
About Grazen Engineering and Frank Garza Jr.:
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 on latest news please visit http://www.frankgarzaenvironment.com.