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Home > Press > Solutions for a Dirty Planet: Green Chemistry CEOs Give Wall Street Reporter a Glimpse Into Their Technologies and Investment Potential

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Wall Street Reporter Magazine recently published exclusive interviews with the CEOs of VeruTEK Technologies Inc. (OTCBB:VTKT) and Winning Brands Corp. (Pink Sheets:WNBD), two companies stepping up with commercial solutions to environmental concerns.

Solutions for a Dirty Planet: Green Chemistry CEOs Give Wall Street Reporter a Glimpse Into Their Technologies and Investment Potential

New York, NY | Posted on September 21st, 2007

Both interviews are available at http://www.wallstreetreporter.com in streaming audio format -- free of charge.

VeruTEK (OTCBB:VTKT) has developed an FDA-approved environmental clean-up technology that dissolves and destroys pollutants in water and soil at virtually any depth. "Everybody knows that landfill and contaminated soil and water are not the way to go," Dr. John Collins, president and CEO, tells WSR. "We have the solution."

Highlights of Dr. Collins' comments include:

-An overview of how his company's nanotech solvents repair environmental damage by converting contaminants into CO2 and water, even cleaning up the sub-surface soil under buildings.

-Discussion of emerging partnerships with existing environmental clean-up companies to provide value-added service. "They bring us in, we are a unique solution, we help them with their clients."

-The prospect of future applications of the core IP and "significant" growth ahead.

"It's really the first green company in the environmental market," Dr. Collins says. "We expect to transform the market."

Winning Brands Corp. (Pink Sheets:WNBD) manufactures environmentally friendly replacements for hazardous chemical products. "If we can give people positive choices, why wouldn't they migrate from the use of hazardous chemicals to safer alternatives? Our mission statement is really that simple," explains CEO Eric Lehner.

Highlights include:

-Why a leading Toronto dry cleaner's recent decision to adopt the company's green solvent system may be a harbinger of things to come.

-How Home Depot Canada's embrace of the company's paint clean-up products as part of its "Eco Options" program has boosted sales.

-Discussion of the company's commitment to minimizing its environmental impact across the board.

"We are smack dab in the middle of a very, very important mega-trend that's going to last our entire generation," Mr. Lehner tells WSR. "How do we start to undo the damage that earlier generations have done to the ecosystem, not only with specific products, but even with the way things get done?"

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About Wall Street Reporter
Wall Street Reporter (Est. 1843) helps smart investors connect with exciting companies, through our website, magazines and conferences. The company's analysts produce in-depth, unbiased, unfiltered interviews that deliver a first-hand, straight-from-the-source perspective.

About VeruTEK Technologies Inc.

VeruTEK (OTCBB:VTKT) provides proprietary, patent-pending, green nanotechnology solutions for cleaning up the environment.

About Winning Brands Corp.

Winning Brands' (Pink Sheets:WNBD) full product range includes a variety of environmentally responsible alternative cleaning solutions, including its non-toxic Solvent Free Solutions(tm) alternative to the solvent Perchlorethylene used widely in dry cleaning. Its mission is to replace hazardous chemicals in widespread use with safer alternatives.

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Statements in this press release relating to plans, strategies, economic performance and trends, projections of results of specific activities or investments, and other statements that are not descriptions of historical facts may be forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Forward-looking information is inherently subject to risks and uncertainties, and actual results could differ materially from those currently anticipated. The company has no obligation to update these forward-looking statements.

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Contacts:
Wall Street Reporter Magazine
Jack Marks
CEO and Publisher
212-363-2600 x260
http://www.wallstreetreporter.com

VeruTEK Technologies Inc.
Dr. John Collins
President and CEO
860-633-4900
http://www.verutek.com

Winning Brands Corp.
Eric Lehner, CEO
705-737-4062
http://www.winningbrands.ca

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