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DryLet Technologies Announces Website Launch and New Logo Design for Patented MB Bioremediation
Date:7/18/2013

Prosper, Texas (PRWEB) July 18, 2013

DryLet Technologies, a biotechnology company providing industry-leading products for use in applications such as bioremediation, animal waste reduction, wastewater treatment, aquaculture and grease, fat and oil reduction in wastewater treatment plants and restaurant kitchen settings, announced today the launch timing of its new product website and logo for MB Bioremediation™.

Patented MB Bioremediation™ is organic, highly concentrated, and utilizes millions of nanobioreactors to deliver hundreds of billions of live microorganisms that consume petroleum-based products including:

  •     Gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, motor oil, solvents, alcohols
  •     Kerosene, methylene chloride, methanol, glycols
  •     Crude oil, waste oil, oily sludge, BTEX, AFFF waste
  •     Pipeline condensate, acrylonitrile
  •     MTBE, cresol, toluene
  •     Oil-based paints, inks and paint thinner

"MB Bioremediation has achieved significant success in the market over the past several years and we felt it was time to enhance the brand with a new product website and logo," said Steve Ellis, DryLet Technologies Executive Vice President. "The Uptech Upstream Oil & Gas Summit is the perfect event to launch our new brand-look and website in order to better tell the positive story of MB Bioremediation™ and how its field trials and results differentiate it from other products on the market."

UpTech, Upstream Oil & Gas Summit is North America’s leading Executive Level Conference for the oil and gas industry. The Summit caters to Executives and Technical Experts from junior, intermediate and large cap
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