By sharing information, we can keep workers safe and ensure their results are even better. Franmar is proud to support this industry of innovators.
Bloomington, IL (PRWEB) September 13, 2010
As the demand for decorative concrete continues to boom throughout the country, professionals are seeking safer, more effective methods to clean and prepare surfaces.
Franmar Chemical has launched a new decorative concrete microsite at franmar.com/decorative-concrete that serves to support the growing numbers of decorative concrete professionals seeking information, education and inspiration. The Web site offers decorative concrete tips, trends and techniques that are top of mind for industry professionals. It includes helpful information, reference materials and step-by-step video demonstrations so people can work both smarter and safer.
When asked what prompted creation of this site, Franmar Chemical owner Frank Sliney stated, "By sharing information, we can keep workers safe and ensure their results are even better. Franmar is proud to support this industry of innovators."
In order to offer additional value to the industry, the company welcomes decorative concrete professionals to share articles, photos, tips and trends within the at-large online community. All information will be considered based upon space and relevance. Submissions may be sent via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Franmar Chemical is a leader in the cleaning industry with the development of soybean-based solutions which are effective, economical and safe. For 25 years, its innovative products have improved workplace conditions as they are natural, non-toxic and proven to reduce or eliminate laborious tasks such as grinding and hand sanding. Franmar Chemical was recently recognized by the EPA for formulas that utilize a safer chemistry and offer advantages to the worker, consumer and environment.
For more information about Franmar Chemical, its products, or recent EPA-DfE recognition, please go to the Franmar Chemical Resource Web Site or contact Dan Brown at 1-800-538-5069.