McKINNEY (Jan. 18, 2014) — DryLet, LLC, a biotechnology company providing industry-leading products for bioremediation, animal waste reduction, wastewater treatment, aquaculture, grease, fat and oil reduction in restaurant kitchen settings, and treatment of other effluent fluid streams, celebrated their move to McKinney, Texas on Thursday, Jan. 16, with a ribbon cutting ceremony at their new corporate headquarters location.
DryLet executive leadership, board members, investors, business partners, and leaders from the McKinney Chamber helped celebrate the ribbon cutting ceremony and the recent move of DryLet from Prosper, Texas to McKinney. In addition to the ribbon cutting, DryLet also hosted its first board meeting at its new location.
“The support we’ve received from the McKinney Chamber and city leaders has been extremely impressive and allows us the opportunity to grow our business with customers and jobs right here in the area,” said Ramiro Treviño, DryLet Chief Executive Officer and Founder.
DryLet recently announced the move to McKinney along with its new investment from Canadian-based Ronald A. Chisholm Limited, a leading international food merchant founded in 1938.
The DryLet patented product line includes MB Bioremediation™, ManureMagic™, Bio-React™, DryLet FOG, DryLet LIFT and DryLet Aqua Assist. The patented products developed by DryLet provide superior results in all applications when compared to other products on the market. All DryLet products are completely safe for aquatic life and for human and animal contact.
"On behalf of the McKinney Chamber of Commerce and the McKinney community we are very pleased to welcome DryLet to our community and appreciate their decision to choose McKinney, Texas as their corporate headquarters location. DryLet is the latest addition to a growing list of biotechnology and technology companies that have based their operations in McKinney. Their patented product line makes them extremely well-positioned for growth nationally and internationally and we look forward to partnering with them as the company continues to expand," said Jodi Ann LaFreniere Ray, President of the McKinney Chamber of Commerce.
“We look forward to our continued relationship with the chamber and city, and to building a strong future for our company in McKinney,” added Treviño.
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About DryLet, LLC
DryLet was founded on the guiding principle of “Helping nature do its job.” As a biotechnology company, DryLet provides industry-leading products for use in applications such as bioremediation, wastewater treatment, aquaculture, animal waste reduction and grease, fat and oil reduction in wastewater treatment plants and restaurant kitchen settings. DryLet provides dry to the touch products for traditionally liquid product markets. This allows DryLet a strategic advantage by providing a superior alternative to traditional products that must be applied via spraying or have been freeze-dried. The patented products developed by DryLet provide superior results in all applications when compared to other products on the market. All DryLet products are completely safe for aquatic life and for human and animal contact. For more information visit DryLet.com.
About the McKinney Chamber of Commerce
The McKinney Chamber of Commerce is an advocate for the McKinney business community and proudly serves as the unified business voice of McKinney. The Chamber represents over 39,000 employees from more than 1,250 business investors in McKinney and throughout the North Texas region. With a rich heritage of leadership and collaboration, the Chamber works in concert with the City of McKinney, community partners and the corporate community to promote, advocate for and expand business. As publisher of McKinney Magazine, McKinneyOnline.com and McKinneyChamber.com, the McKinney Chamber markets the community’s advantages as the foremost location for doing business.