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June 2nd, 2004
Sequoia Pacific Research Company Receives Edison Award
Sequoia Pacific Research Company today announced it has received an Edison Award from the Utah Engineering Experiment Station at the University of Utah. "This award clearly recognizes the successes we've already had at Sequoia Pacific in generating substantial revenue since the SoilSET(TM) product launch last year," said Terry Holmes, chief executive officer of Sequoia Pacific. "It also helps show the interest in the far-reaching beneficial potential of SoilSET on the environment through its nanotechnology processes."
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