DALLAS, Feb. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In the lead up to the Big Game, the City of Dallas is pulling out all the stops to clean up graffiti on both public and private property.
The City engaged a number of local businesses to assist in a "Graffiti Abatement Program" which has been running for a number of weeks.
Dallas officials ensured proposed cleaning methods would have no adverse environmental impact on the city.
As part of the program, local business Stripco® offered use of its graffiti cleaning sodablast systems, which were approved and selected for their mobility and environmentally friendly sodablasting technology.
Stripco®, Inc. is a manufacturer & global distributor of soda blasting systems & sorbents with a heavy focus on green-technology.
The Stripco® Sodablasting systems are highly effective in removing paint, grease, oil, and other stubborn contaminants.
President of Stripco®, Bill Connelly said Stripco® was delighted to be engaged for this year's cleanup for the Super Bowl and they have received significant positive recognition for their contribution.
"Our Stripco® Team has been working closely with the City in preparation for the tens of thousands of visitors the Super Bowl will draw to Dallas this year," said Mr. Connelly.
"We donated use of our Sodablasting Systems, as well as the time and labor of our Stripco® Authorized Contractors," he said.
The sodablasting concept was first invented in 1984 when the badly corroded Statue of Liberty required restoration using a product that wouldn't further damage the structure.
"These early sodablasters were plagued with clogging and inefficiency due to equipment design but more so the small particle size of the blast media they used," said Mr. Connelly.
"Our systems are unique in that they use a large amount of compressed air and just a small amount of baking soda making them not only mobile, fast and effective but most importantly environmentally friendly.
"Using a pure granular sodablast media is a key component in our systems success and our strategic relationship with our sodium bicarbonate supplier Natural Soda, Inc. allows us to make this pure high quality blast media available to sodablasting contractors nationwide," he said.
"Natural Soda produces a granular sodablast media for Stripco® that is highly effective and also happens to be the greenest soda on the market which the market responds exceptionally well to," said Mr. Connelly.
Natural Soda sales representative, Ryan Stanton says, Natural Soda is excited to work with Stripco® and further contribute to positive environmental stewardship.
"We look forward to continuing to provide Stripco with our natural sodium bicarbonate blasting sorbent," said Mr. Stanton.
Natural Soda, Inc., whose manufacturing operation is located in Colorado, uses an energy efficient, zero-discharge solution mining process to recover & manufacture naturally-occurring sodium bicarbonate and controls the largest naturally occurring deposits of baking soda in the world.
Natural Soda's holding company is Natural Resources USA Corporation, a public company trading on the OTC Bulletin Board under stock symbol NTRC.
For more information on Natural Soda's sodium bicarbonate product, please visit http://www.naturalresourcescorp.com/sodium-bicarbonate.html
ABOUT NATURAL RESOURCES USA CORPORATION
Natural Resources' business is to identify and develop natural resource assets. Its direct subsidiary, Natural Soda Holdings, and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Natural Soda, own Bureau of Land Management leases in Colorado covering large-scale deposits of naturally occurring sodium bicarbonate used for the production of various sodium bicarbonate products. The company also owns various water assets and is currently seeking a Research Development & Demonstration (RD&D) lease from the Bureau of Land Management from deposits of identified oil shale.
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SOURCE Natural Resources USA Corporation