The U.S. Tarp company continues to help matters in the Gulf.
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If you are up on the news, then you surely have heard about the latest oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico that was named the greatest spill the world has ever seen. Not only was Tarps Plus one of the first companies to respond to the tragedy, but their canvas tarp items are saving the eco system!
The founder of the company, Michael Stein, mentions how important it is to him to help out the environment. He says that this is our world and we are the ones living in it, so we should all be doing whatever we can to help preserve it and keep it clean and safe.
He sent over a huge shipment of his canvas tarps to help out with the clean up, in addition to sending some money that can go towards funding the project. Because these canvases are so durable, tough, and water-proof, they are able to assist volunteers in cleaning up the water.
They can actually be used to help out the wildlife that is being harmed by the oil and to rescue endangered animals. Volunteers have found all kinds of helpful and creative ways to use these versatile items in their massive clean-up project.
The tarps were shipped out during the last week in June, with thousands of canvas items making their way down to the Gulf. Steinís father has been distributing these items since the mid 1950s and felt a great pull to give something back to the hurricane ridden state. He was only too glad that his very product proved to be so useful in making such a big difference. Many other shipments have been made for poly tarps and other oil spill and hurricane related supplies.
Who knew that a canvas tarp could save the environment? If every company was so creative in their thinking, perhaps the spill could be cleaned up that much faster and the animals that are trapped in the mess would all be saved. For more information about tarps and Tarps Plus, go to www.tarpsplus.com