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Super Green Technologies introduces NanoTechnology Tankless Water Heaters and Takes "Going Green" to the Next Level.

First Breakthrough in Water Heating Technology!

Tampa, FL | Posted on February 18th, 2010

Super Green Technologies, Florida's fastest growing green company, announces U.S. distribution of the most innovative and eco-friendly tankless water heaters on the market today. Super Green Technologies water heaters utilize patented technology that will set a new standard in water heating and related applications, provide far more then simply a better way to produce hot water, and achieve immediate and broad-based adoption as the company's full product line is UL tested and approved.

Super Green's tankless systems provide unmatched value and efficiency when compared to electric water heaters, gas water heaters, and solar water heaters, while delivering all of the benefits associated with a "green" product including: conserving water, conserving electricity, lowering energy consumption, reducing space required for installation, and reducing consumer electric and water costs. The patented nanotechnology used in Super Green's water heaters provides even more enticing benefits such as …. The company's initial product line of hot water systems can be viewed on its website (www.supergreentechnologies.com/products.html) along with full product details. All units produce hot water on demand and models are available for residential, commercial, and specialized applications.

For several decades, there has been a lot of talk and many initiatives related to doing what's right for the environment, taking care of the planet, and making efficient use of resources. It seems the world has recently truly embraced the aspiration of "going green". As John Chieffe, the company VP of Sales, says "historically, the difficulty has been that what's good for the environment may not be good for the customer and what's good for the customer may not be good for the environment. Our goal is to provide products that are superior for both - offer customers practical, quality products where the benefits including cost savings are immediate, and at the same time help preserve this amazing world we live in."

Super Green Technologies is expanding its distribution network and the company is looking for Qualified Distributors and Strategic Partners. Visit www.supergreentechnologies.com/partners.html or call 954-394-4001 if interested in being a distributor or discussing a strategic relationship.

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About Super Green Technologies
Super Green Technologies provides nanotechnology tankless hot water heaters for residential and commercial use as well as specialized applications. Super Green’s products are the most innovative, environmentally friendly instant hot water systems available today and offer customers a variety of immediate benefits including superior energy efficiency and significant cost savings.

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