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Green Earth Technologies (PinkSheets: GETG) is pleased to announced that they have now shipped over one million units of "G"-Branded products which are all biodegradable, renewable, recyclable and environmentally safe. GET products are made with American-grown base oils and utilize the power of nanotechnology which replaces the petrochemical base of traditional appearance and performance chemicals with an ultimate biodegradable bio base made with plants or animal fat to provide superior performance. It is sustainable and can be collected domestically with grown beef, pork, chicken fat and plant oils.
"We're extremely pleased with the progress we are making as we produce and ship opening and re-orders to a growing list of customers," says Jeff Marshall, Chairman and CEO of Green Earth Technologies. "We only began shipping GET products in the last half of 2008, so the shipment of over 1,000,000 units is a huge milestone for a start up company, not to mention a 'green' company," he added.
The company continues to fulfill re-orders from their current list of customers as well as ship new orders to a growing list of new customers. The results and positive consumer response of the 2-Cycle G-OIL Green Engine Oil, especially the 2.6 oz 50:1 ratio, has led to the introduction and successful placement of their new 4-Cycle outdoor engine oils. These outdoor small engine oils are formulated to meet or exceed the SM, SL and SJ performance requirements of the American Petroleum Institute (API) for all 4-Cycle air cooled engines as well as JASO FD and API TC for all 2-Cycle air cooled engines. They can be found along with G-OIL Ultimate Biodegradable Bar & Chain oil in a variety of national and regional retailers, including The Home Depot and participating ACE and True Value Hardware stores.
Made from American-grown plant oils, the "G"-Branded appearance products use plant oils to create 1-4 nanometer sized "micelles" that penetrate dirt, breaking it into billions of little particles that constantly repel each other until eaten by the micro-organisms and bacteria living in the ground. These products will not harm the environment by traveling into our waterways.
G-WASH Heavy Duty Car Wash and G-CLEAN Organic Glass Cleaners are among GET's best selling appearance products to date and have recently added Kroger and Albertson's to a growing list of product placement in an expanding list of chain food and automotive part retailers.
About Green Earth Technologies, Inc.
Green Earth Technologies produces G-branded superior performing totally green products made with American-grown base oils that utilize the power of nanotechnology to deliver environmentally friendly products with no compromise ... meaning, consumers can now "do their part" without having to give up performance or value: Save the Earth -- Sacrifice Nothing. The G-brand family of products include G-OIL(TM), G-LUBE(TM), G-WASH(TM), G-GLASS(TM), G-CLEAN(TM), G-SCENT(TM), G-WHEEL(TM), G-PROTECT(TM) and G-TIRE(TM), and are offered in a wide range of automotive categories including performance and appearance chemicals. GET products are now available at The Home Depot, Kroger, VIP, National Auto, Fred Meyer, Joe's, participating ACE & True Value dealers, Redners, Trader Horns, The Andersons, Biggs, Bennett Auto, Frank's Auto Supermarket and Amazon.com.
Statements made in this release that relate to future plans, events, financial results or performance are forward-looking statements as defined under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements are based upon current information and expectations. Actual results may differ materially from those anticipated as a result of certain risks and uncertainties.
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