Tim Welty

Maritime Union Worker

“I got out the SWR, mixed it up and put it in the spray bottles. The bullheads and decks were cleaned quickly. The guys were amazed! They had never seen anything cut the heavy oil so easily. SWR worked so well that I had a hard time to keep the guys from using it for all our cleaning needs. I look forward to seeing SWR more and more as I continue to working the Engine Rooms of the Merchant Marine.”

Captain Lee A. Kincaid

Assistant Director

Calhoon MEBA Engineering School

“We have been using SWR One for our cleaning needs at the school for the last two years. This includes everything from the windows to the Bilge area of our large diesel engine trainer. We always have excellent results on any surface where we use the SWR product. The initial product itself is extremely reasonable and also because of it’s wide application, it eliminates the need for purchasing multiple products for multiple cleaning tasks. I highly recommend the use of this product.”

Edward M. Dore

Vice President of Operations

Dore & Associates Contracting, Inc.

“We have been using SWR One to remediate soils contaminated petroleum hydrocarbons and are very impressed with the effectiveness of your product. Also, the SWR One is effective in removing benzene, toluene, ethelbensene and xylene from soils and we are achieving concentrations less than the state required cleanup criteria. We couldn’t be more pleased with your product and it’s performance on this remediation project. We look forward to continuing to work with your product on other projects.”

Larry R. Pintler

Product Sales Manager

Foss Environmental

“As participants in a recent SWR demonstration in Seattle, we witnessed efficiency and speed at which SWR acts on oil, grease and emulsifications. SWR appears to have a number of advantages over commonly used solvent and caustic based cleaners. As it will not emulsify oil and aids in their separation and recovery, these products can then be reclaimed and recycled, improving the quality of marine and industrial water discharges.”