Frank Garza Jr., president of Grazen Engineering, a New York based environmental engineering consulting firm dedicated to the development and implementation of environmentally conscious engineering practices, has announced the company’s plans to unveil its long anticipated oil solvent at a London conference this May 2011. The company is establishing an overseas headquarters in England, and plans to launch the new product once the expansion is complete.

Grazen Engineering has teamed up with Trumatech Engineering during the final stages of the solvent’s development. Trumatech offered the testing sites for the new solvent, along with marketing support. Talks of a possible merger of the two firms have been mentioned, yet such a merger would not commence until after Grazen’s expansion overseas.

“2010 was a very big year for Grazen, with the development of this new solvent being 4 years in the making, I am very pleased to announce that it will be unveiled this May,” said Frank Garza Jr., president of Grazen Engineering.

The new solvent will serve to dissolve soil contamination from oil tank leaks. Until now, this process, typically done through heavy excavation and costly repairs, can run homeowners between ten and thirty thousand dollars. With Grazen’s new solvent these costs can be reduced to as little as 1200 dollars.

Check back with http://www.frankgarzajr.org for more information and anticipated launch dates.

About Frank Garza Jr. and Grazen Engineering:

Frank Garza founded Grazen Engineering, an environmental engineering consulting firm dedicated to the development and implementation of environmentally conscious engineering practices, in Spring of 2006. Headquartered in New York, NY, Grazen Engineering has been providing services for nearly five years.

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