The ARK Enterprises featured by World Business Review for innovative soil remediation technologies and natural spill cleanup products.

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Innovative soil remediation and the use of natural products to protect the environment are proving more beneficial to companies with petroleum spills or problems. P.O.L. Sorb, manufactured by The ARK Enterprises, Inc., is leading the market in excellent performance with organic peat moss as an oil absorbent. World Business Review helps us to consider why natural products can be better for the environment.

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.

“Nothing 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,” said Lisa Tchebotarev, the show’s Coordinating Producer.

The segment focuses on how the A.R.K. Enterprises’ 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.

“Protecting 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,” 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 steve@arkent.com or at 800-872-5741.

World Business Review may also be viewed on Educational Satellite Services, Formerly-PBS The Business and Technology Network, United Airlines, or through the video on demand via Yahoo! Broadcast. Additionally, WBR airs on local affiliates of major television networks (ABC, CBS and FOX) throughout the United States. Please visit http://www.wbrtv.com for information on The A.R.K. Enterprises, Inc. and other companies offering innovative new technologies.

WBR’s continuing education series is being used in a variety of business and technology courses within the Business School libraries at Carnegie Mellon University, University of Notre Dame, Dartmouth College, Georgetown University, University of Florida, and the City University of Hong Kong, among other distinguished institutions of higher education.

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