California Aircraft Maintenance & Leasing Co Changes to GreenSorb

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GRG Aircraft adopted a new environmental policy for spilled liquids to use GreenSorb in all of their maintenance (MRO) facilities.

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The Air Carriers Purchasing Conference ( was well attended this past August in Atlanta, Georgia. The annual networking event brings together airline industry officials with manufacturers, MROs, parts vendors and service providers from all over the world.

“It was our first year exhibiting at the ACPC, and we had a lot of interest from airlines as well as the large MROs,” said Tom Uskup, Sorbent Green’s President. “One MRO & aircraft leasing group we spoke with from California was GRG, and their team was really impressed with GreenSorb working so well on Skydrol hydraulic fluid.”

In the environmentally focused state of California, the process of selecting “Green” products to use in business operations is done under close scrutiny. Making changes to use new products requires approvals by company safety officials as well as the users, which is of critical importance in aircraft maintenance, repair & overhaul (MRO).

Steve Matthews, GRG Quality Control said, “My co-workers brought GreenSorb samples back from Atlanta to try, and we tested it on Skydrol, Jet-A, as well as other solvents. The green factor is a nice plus, but our operation requires products that work. And, this product works great. So we made the move to using GreenSorb.”

GreenSorb products are eco-friendly, multi-purpose absorbents designed for numerous industry applications. GreenSorb is made in the USA by Sorbent Green LLC. The company sells through large distribution channels in the following market segments: Aviation/Aerospace, Commercial, Environmental Services, Government, Health/Medical, Industrial, Janitorial/Sanitation, Oil & Gas, and Safety.

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