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June 6th, 2005

Clean Surfaces and Eliminate Pests with Nano Green

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Nano Green, a small company in Florida, has an interesting technology that cleans so well that it can be used as a replacement pesticide. Their eponymous proprietary technology Nano Green, incorporating the important themes of nano-scale technology and environmental safety, is getting great testimonials from customers all over the world.

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