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Dri-Eaz, partners reach out to Katrina victims

November 8, 2005
Dri-Eaz, partners reach out to Katrina victims

Dri-Eaz Products, Inc., U.S. Products, Microban Systems and GE Sensing sent two semi-truck loads of supplies and equipment to the Katrina-ravaged Gulf Coast. The list included flood pumpers, extraction wands, Vortex ventilators, moisture-detection equipment and more. Dri-Eaz also plans to donate 50 percent of the revenue from its September and October Applied Structural Drying Schools to the American Red Cross.

"We recognize that the most critical thing we can do is build equipment for professional restorers to use as we can - our production teams are working 12-hour shifts around the clock - but we wanted to do more, since the needs are so great," Bill Bruders, Dri-Eaz president, said.