Working the fire lines with the world’s best fire fighters, we are determined to continue our mission:
- Arm fire fighting professionals with safe and effective products
- Maximize fire fighting budgets and manpower
- Protect the environment and society from toxic chemicals with our “green” product line
Far right: Steve Sinunu, President & CEO. Jordan Pon Fire, Lake City, FL.
EnvironX Solutions has a simple mission: to provide natural based, environmentally beneficial fire retardant solutions that control fires, reduce health hazards and property damage while promoting firefighter safety.
Bastrop, Texas: Treating threatened homes with donated product.
Steve Sinunu is the President and CEO of EnvironX Solutions. To our customers, Steve is EnvironX – you’ll find him in the field, demonstrating products and training firefighters in their use. (If you get his voicemail, chances are he’s at a working fire or testing products with fire professionals and forestry managers somewhere around the globe). Steve’s global travel has included keynote addresses in South America for the largest Forestry Companies and Asian Fire and Rescue schools. In addition, he conducted a classified deployment for the U.S military in the South Pacific. In 2011, when devastating fires ravaged central Texas, he cancelled all travel plans for the entire company and donated $20,000 of EnvironX products to the threatened areas, shuttling donated goods from EnvironX North Texas Headquarters and personally assisting in coating threatened homes with the revolutionary Fire TechX fire suppressant.
We are dedicated to supporting fire fighting professionals. Together, we can continue to protect lives, property and treasured natural resources. Contact us today to learn more about our products and how we can help your team! If you’re fighting fires, we’ve got your back. And you have our deepest appreciation for the work you do, protecting our lives, our property, and our treasured natural areas.
Click here to ReadSteve Sinunu’s article
“Firefighting Gels Evolve”
From Wildfire Magazine.