July 16, 2008
MOP Environmental Receives EPA Approval
MOP Environmental Solutions, Inc. (MOPN.pk), a green manufacturer of oil spill removal products, announces EPA approval of their patented oil spill pickup product MOP(R) Maximum Oil Pickup.
The UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY has reviewed our MOP(R) Maximum Oil Pickup and has found it to be in compliance with Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), sections 300.5 and 300.915(g) of the National Contingency Plan (NCP).
MOP CEO, Charles Diamond states: "This approval gives MOP(R) Maximum Oil Pickup a significant advantage since very few materials are certified for use on both land and water. Oil spills supervised by EPA approved On-Scene Coordinators can immediately accept or reject the cleanup materials being used. The preferred oil cleanup materials are those that will not harm the environment. This EPA certification immediately informs any On-Scene Coordinator that MOP(R) Maximum Oil Pickup is EPA approved as environmentally safe for use on any oil spill on land or water."
About MOP Environmental Solutions: A green manufacturer of oil spill removal products, used on land and water, providing particulate, booms, pillows, pads, bilge skimmers, spill response kits and associated processing machinery. Website: www.mopenvironmental.com
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