(PRWEB) November 10, 2002
Multi-Media Productions (USA), Inc. announces the appearance of The A.R.K. Enterprises Inc. on World Business Review Television series hosted by Alexander Haig.
Steven Snyder, Vice President of The A.R.K. Enterprises and General Alexander Haig discuss Soil Remediation and Spill Cleanup.
ÂNothing is more important than our environment. The A.R.K. Enterprises was selected to appear on World Business Review due to its approach of using natural alternatives to soil remediation and spill cleanup instead of chemicals,Â said Lisa Tchebotarev, the showÂs Coordinating Producer.
The segment focuses on how the A.R.K. EnterprisesÂ products are literally revolutionizing the way soil remediation and oil spill cleanup is being viewed. The company is using natural materials to soak up contaminants and reclaim areas for reuse.
ÂProtecting the environment is not option: it is a duty that we have to future generations and we must execute that duty with responsible, environmentally friendly products,Â said Snyder.
The A.R.K. Enterprises, Inc. has been offering environmentally preferred organic absorbent products since 1994 and is the largest supplier of peat moss absorbents to United States Government Agencies. You may visit the company website at http://www.arkent.com to see the complete interview for World Business Review. For further information on ARK, please contact Steve Snyder, Vice-President at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 800-872-5741.
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