FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Nov. 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (OTCBB: EVTN) announce that the interview conducted by "The Green Barron Report" with the Company's COO John A. Di Bella is now available on the "Webcasts" page at www.TheGreenBaron.com. This exclusive, audio-taped interview provides shareholders and the investment community an in-depth review of the company's recent developments and future plans, and discusses the increasing number of projects EVTN is now pursuing. The interview follows EVTN's successful exhibit at the Clean Gulf Training and Exhibition in Tampa, Florida. The Company displayed its line of Voraxial ® Separators, including its Submersible Voraxial ®, the only oil/water separator that can be submerged in the ocean for efficient oil spill recovery. The Voraxial is a compact, high volume oil/water separator that reduces the time needed to clean oil spills. The Voraxial Separator enables each skimming vessels to capture 10 times more oil and clean the spill 10 times faster than conventional methods. Competing oil/water separation devices separates a maximum of 350,000 gallons of oil/water per day. The largest Voraxial Separator separates over 7,000,000 gallons per day, over 20x more volume than existing technology in the market, increasing the overall oil spill recovery efforts by 90%. There was a constant queue, at the EVTN booth, of government agencies, major oil companies and oil spill response entities reviewing the technology and exploring future applications. Although oil spill response and remediation represents a significant market opportunity for EVTN, it is a small fraction when compared to other market sectors that require high volume, cost effective separation equipment. Another target market for EVTN is the oil and gas industry. Each year the oil and gas industry produces over 233 billion barrels of water along with the crude and gas it extracts from the earth. Other markets include mining, refineries, municipal wastewater, manufacturing and food processing, among others.