Press Release - September 2004
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Design Recycle Inc. (DRI) is the Gold Sponsor
1st Annual Minority Enterprise Development Day
Wednesday, October 6, 2004
The Newton-White Mansion, Mitchellville, MD
Upper Marlboro, MD - September 22, 2004
As the Gold sponsor at the 1st Annual Minority Enterprise Development Day, Design Recycle Inc. (www.designrecycleinc.com) will introduce "Green Products" made from 100% recycled plastic, tire rubber and processed via DRI patent pending technology.
Hurricane Storm Boards (HSB), Landscape Timbers, Utility Poles ("Thermo-Poles") and Playsafe Surfaces samples will be displayed. For more information about the event, please log on National Capital Minority Business Opportunity Committee website at www.ncmboc.com.
DRI is turning landfill problems into opportunities of conserving trees and energy, reducing waste disposal cost and providing wood replacement alternatives which are pollution free to air and ground. All DRI recycled products have high resistance to environmental stress, cracking, fatigue failure, corrosion, abrasion, tuberculation and last for at least 50 years.
Hurricane Storm Boards are emergency response plastic lumber panels. They are made from recycled waste plastics and auto tires designed to replace plywood used in emergency board up on homes and commercial buildings. HSB meet ASTM standards,
are available in 4 x 8 x 1/8 inch, and 4 x 8 x 1/4 inch. HSB are currently available for National Weather Emergency.
Landscape Timbers and Utility Poles ("Thermo-Poles") are made from discarded auto tires chipped into various granular sizes and mixed with urethane latex binders. Patent pending composite mixture is cast into a plastic sleeve and cured to a solid block or pole to be used as timber, telephone pole, utility pole or pier piling.
Design Recycle Inc. is an environmental research and development firm specializing in the design and manufacture of composite utility poles and blocks to be used in the utility, marine and construction industries.
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