Mariner's Choice Pushes Bioremediation

(Press Release)
Wednesday, June 06, 2012
a pond after bioremediation by Mariner's Choice ...

Mariner's Choice International, Inc., a North American manufacturer and marketer of an extensive line of ecologically-safe products for the marine and other industry segments, announced that they are pushing forward with their business development in the bioremediation sector.

Mariner's Choice has been working with a number of environmental engineers to have MUNOX SR included in bioremediation project bids. Over the past few weeks, through its direct efforts, MUNOX(R) has been included in six bids in the U.S., Canada and the Caribbean. The projects vary in size and scope, and may take weeks or months, before final decisions are made. In the mean time, a delivery of the product was made to Alberta, which will undoubtedly lead to other opportunities in this oil rich province.

Mariner's Choice has entered into discussions with a European company that manufactures environmental spill clean-up sorbent product line to complement the remediation portfolio, which currently consists of MUNOX(R), FOSS-Fines, and MAAC.

"In addition, we have been invited to contribute an article for the June newsletter of a preeminent realty company, which has a dedicated following of multi-unit property owners and land developers throughout Ontario. We are excited about this opportunity, as it gives us exposure to a captive audience, who would stand to gain by having some knowledge about bioremediation using a product like MUNOX(R)," stated Amie Hingston, President & CEO of Mariner's Choice.

On another front, a natural deet-free bug repellent patch product, DeBug(TM) has been added to the Mariner's Choice product offering, which has been well received by retailers going into the peak outdoor season. The Company will continue to update on its business developments as they unfold.

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