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|Green Earth Technologies' G-Oil Motor Oil Honored with Editor's Choice Award Left to right: Bill Congdon, Publisher, Popular Mechanics; Mathew Zuckerman, Ph.D. President and CEO, Green Earth Technologies, Inc.; Jim Meigs, Editor-in-Chief, Popular Mechanics. (Photo: Business Wire)|
"Carbon-Neutral, and Derived from a Domestically-Produced Renewable Resource."
Green Earth Technologies’ G-Oil Motor Oil Honored with Editor’s Choice Award
MENLO PARK, CA | Posted on November 8th, 2007
Popular Mechanics' editors singled out G-OIL as one of the best new products of 2007. G-Oil, a motor oil made with American-grown base oils, was recognized for its outstanding achievement in product design and innovation. Further, G-OIL was lauded by the magazine for being, "carbon-neutral, and derived from a domestically-produced renewable resource."
It's the first bio-based, high-endurance motor oil to provide superior performance during the maximum oil change interval recommended by vehicle manufacturers. G-OIL is manufactured from tallow acquired from American farmers. Tallow is culled from beef and has been used to make animal feed, and soap.
"We're thrilled Popular Mechanics recognized G-OIL as a breakthrough product," says Mathew Zuckerman, Ph.D., CEO and President of Green Earth Technologies. "Today, automotive retailers can give consumers a green motor oil that doesn't sacrifice performance, for which they don't have to pay a premium."
About Green Earth Technologies
Green Earth Technologies (GET) produces “G” branded, superior performing, totally green products made entirely from America-grown base oils, and utilizes the power of nanotechnology to deliver environmentally friendly products with no compromise. GET’s family of products are offered in a range of categories, including automotive performance and appearance chemicals, marine performance and appearance chemicals, household cleaning solutions, and lawn & garden chemicals. Please visit http://www.getg.com for the latest news and in-depth information about GET and its brands.
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