RockSolid offers advanced pouch technology
RockSolid Floors Polyurea Floor Coatings are taking the cans out of the equation for a more environmentally friendly product plus better product handling, according to the Minneapolis-based company.
The multi-layer Polyurea floor coating systems now feature advanced pouch technology. The kits still feature the same Polyurea floor coating formulas, providing 20 times the durability of epoxy floor paints.
RockSolid’s One Part products, such as their Grey Garage Coat or Diamond Coat, come in resealable pouches, eliminating the risk of waste. End users simply add their desired color shots directly into the pouch, shake it, pour the product into the pan and roll it out onto the concrete floor.
The patent pending burst pouches are similar in their simplicity. The two parts are packaged in separate, pre-measured portions that are instantly mixed when the pouch is rolled up. Once it’s rolled, it too is shaken, poured and rolled out.
“Our new pouches mean users have no cans to mess with and no measuring," says Patrick Ilfrey, CEO of RockSolid Floors. "DIY garage floor coatings just got easier."
In addition to their convenience, these pouches decrease RockSolid™ products’ influence on the environment. They reduce product waste, allow for more efficient product storage than bulky metal cans, and they help to ensure quality preservation of the kit materials.
"At one tenth the packaging weight of a typical metal can, a case of flexible pouches uses 30% less volume than a case of cans," said Ilfrey. "The packages are safe, convenient, reliable, and precise. Just as important, they’re better for the environment."
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Teufel Nursery hits post-bankruptcy milestone
Teufel Nursery, a landmark Portland, Ore., garden center and landscaping business that filed for bankruptcy protection in 2009, has paid off a major creditor, according to an article in the Portland Business Journal.
The family owned company, now operated by its fourth generation, satisfied its debt to Textron Financial Corp., which called in a note in 2009. Teufel filed for Chapter 11, Textron sued, and Teufel countersued. Retailer and lender eventually negotiated a repayment plan for the $5.9 million debt.
The nursery, which has sold off property to help raise cash, exited court supervision on Feb. 1, 2010, with a repayment plan for its creditors, according to the article.
Although revenues are still down because of the economy, Teufel has diversified into new landscaping and environmental services such as installing green roofs, living walls, rain gardens and other facilities, particularly in the government and commercial sectors.
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Scotts finds a new niche: Cannabis
Scotts Miracle-Gro, its sales hurting from the pullback in big-box expansion, is looking into new sources of revenues for its lawn and garden products. One of them, according to CEO Jim Hagedorn, is medical marijuana.
“I want to target the pot market,” Hagedorn told the Wall Street Journal in an interview published June 14. “There’s no good reason we haven’t.”
The growing of marijuana for medical use is legal in 16 states, the largest being California and Colorado. One estimate puts the market at $1.7 billion in sales, although the number could be much higher.
To target marijuana growers, Scotts would most likely buy existing companies rather than create its own line of branded products, according to the interview. Some pot cultivators are already using Scotts fertilizers and soils, while others resist mainstream brands.
Home Depot, Lowe’s and Wal-Mart account for nearly two-thirds of Miracle-Gro’s $2.9 billion in annual sales. Relations between the Marysville, Ohio, company and independent retailers have been strained over several issues, and Hagedorn said he would like to reestablish good ties with this retail channel.
Scotts may be surprised to find that marijuana consumers are not an easy niche to please. At a Southern California pot dispensary, a disgruntled customer was recently overheard complaining that his last purchase “tasted too much like fertilizer.” He added: “If that’s what you’re going to sell me, I’ll just take my business down the street.”
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Weed & Feed ? Nah, Scotts wants to feed the weed.
Hmm, now let me see. Applying
Hmm, now let me see. Applying poisonous and toxic chemicals to something that people either smoke or consume. Or growing the plant in Scott's dead soils, just plain dumb. Scotts is a purveyor of pollutants that damage the environment. Gardening organically is less toxic to humans and the earth. They are probably the biggest seller of herbicides with atrazine in the U.S. and Atrazine is showing up in public water supplies nationally, all for the sake of a week free yard. What a joke.
It makes no sense for
It makes no sense for taxpayers to fund the federal marijuana prohibition when it *doesn't* prevent people from using marijuana and it *does* make criminals incredibly wealthy and incite them to murder thousands of people in Mexico every year. Prohibition fuels crime. We have to END it!