About the owner and the mission of Mineral Methods

Posted by GITK Team on 26th Dec 2018

"Clean the Earth and the benefits are astronomical"

Bradley Stewart (President of Mineral Methods LLC), was born in California, 5th of eight children. Raised in a strict church going family. His "oldest brother" encouraged him to no end, while two of his brothers were mostly pranksters. His four sisters loved him, yet often challenged his efforts.

Bradley recalls his youth had ample free time, teamed by a slew of chores and sports. Characteristically Bradley was filled with optimism, though deep-down he was reserved and watchful. By age nine, he had a paper route in Los Angeles, folding and delivering the Green Sheet. By 16, he was doing asphalt paving.

Bradley's oldest brother rallied him toward sports and achieving. Football became Bradley's passion at a young age. His father was all about school work, though no one was harder on Bradley than Bradley. Just out of high school, he began working as a plumber.

Bradley has now lived nearly thirty years as a master plumber in a Colorado farming community. In 1991, Brad Stewart started and operated Timberland Plumbing and Heating, which came to employ over 30 people for many years. Today Timberland Plumbing is still going strong with Brad at the helm. In 2011' he started Mineral Methods LLC., (ultra natural detergent-free cleaners).

More history:
Back about 1987', contacted by the Conoco Corporation (for a Conoco development of an asphalt slurry mix injected with latex), Bradley was awarded the job of installing a massive hydronic steam heat system for the manufacturing of their new product. The outcome for many years now, has made highways and roads across our nation safer, smother, last years longer and experience great noise reduction.

Five of many U. S. construction projects that Bradley had worked on, starting back about 1976', were the redevelopment of the Panama Canal, the constructing of the Verdi Waste Water Treatment Plant (located on the Truckee River, Nevada), Seattle Washington Waste Water Treatment Plant, Mississippi Waste Water Treatment Plant and the replacement of Hoover Dam's massive turbines.

Ten years after completing construction-plan-management of the Hoover Dam Venture, Bradley stood on top of Hoover Dam, 2AM, and observed the first of ten enormous turbines being lowered hundreds of feet in to the magnificent Colorado River Gorge.

Fast-forwarding about forty years, Bradley developed a new process for making the world's first truly natural, detergent free cleaning agent using oxygen with natural extracts.

Without the use of detergent chemicals, it was a fabric cleaner that was totally forgiving in the environment and excellent for human use.

This meant that the wash-water and fabrics would be completely free of poisons, including mutative and hormone disruptive chemicals. Compounds that also harm wildlife.

Brad called the new development, Rain Laundry Cleaner and it was soon seen by thousands of people as superbly environmentally friendly.

Since the beginning of Mineral Methods LLC., where possible, Brad has provided free product to help out non-profits, assisted care providers and individuals in need.

"The operating costs associated with this manufacturing company are often a challenge," said Brad Stewart. "The more laundry cleaner units we can send out, the bigger the boost our environment feels."

According to Brad Stewart, with the occasional donation they receive and what he can provide from his construction services, he is only able to fulfill a portion of the mounting requests.

Rain Laundry Cleaner is an absolute aid in America's environmental clean-up program. For every detergent-free wash-load across America, the environment gains momentum toward a cleaner tomorrow. This effort can take enormous steps with your help.

Today, one of the most important things on earth, is environment care.

Please help stop the flow of caustic chemicals entering our tributaries, rivers and oceans.