FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. — A new and environmentally-safer material to build America’s roads that will be reportedly safer, much cheaper and lasts much longer will be introduced in suburban Atlanta on Thursday, June 5 at 9 a.m.
International Enzymes Consulting & Distributing, LLC says the green-friendly and cost-effective soil stabilization technology — using natural enzyme, Perma-zyme — will be demonstrated at the FAE Conference in Oakwood, Ga., about 45 mins. north of Atlanta.
The material is already been used in such widely diverse countries as Australia, Angola, South Africa, Haiti and Costa Rica as well as throughout the Great Plains of North America. .
The enzyme is made out of fermented feed grains and molasses, and is currently saving US taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars in dirt-road construction and maintenance. FAE is excited to introduce and showcase this
new technology in order to help communities and organizations create long-lasting and economically prudent roads, runways, equipment yards and more.
According to the statement, the following are confirmed to be in attendance: Mayor of Oakwood, City Manager of Oakwood; Gainesville Chamber of Commerce (Shelly Devis , VP and Tim Evans, GM); Italian Trade Commission representative (Mr. Alex Mussa); Wells Fargo representative (they offer equipment floor plan and financing programs to dealers and customers); editors from different industry magazines; approximately 70 customers and 40 dealers from across the US, Canada, and Latin America.
This is how the order of demonstration will be performed, states the officials with the event:
The demonstration will be conducted on a road owned by the city of Oakwood in Hall County (about 1 mile from our office). All the people that are attending the event have heard about this new technology and are very excited to see the equipment in action together with Perma-Zyme application.
After the demonstration with the RSL 150 we will move to a different site to demo the land clearing equipment (this is equipment that is mostly used for right of way, pipelines, gas lines, power lines and land clearing to build new roads or any commercial or residential areas).
After the demo we will go back to our facilities for lunch and a Q & A
MEETING ADDRESS: Rafe Banks Dr.,
Flowery Branch, GA 30542
DATE: June 5, 2014
TIME: 9:00 am
CONTACT: Michelle Vazquez; 770-407-2014
Dr. Maureen Clemmons; 818.414.2180