Potential Product Possibilities

Quinn, Barbara
September 2010
Pollution Engineering;Sep2010, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports on introduction of technologies by business owners and product developers for the oil spill cleanup in the Gulf of Mexico. It unveils technology developments to help British Petroleum (BP) PLC which includes Fibertect, a material approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by First Line Technology LLC. It states that Fibertect is a non-woven cotton-carbon material invented by Sashadri Ramkuan, professor of nonwoven materials at Texas Tech University.


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