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August 11th, 2010
Green collar work
There is some exciting albeit hush-hush initiatives going on with Turtle Clan Environment Testing Inc. these days.
Not only that, the company also has teams on stand-by to clean up meth labs, hazardous and nuclear waste sites as well as crime scenes.
The clean-up of sites involves using nanotechnology with the Ti02 application. Ti02 is a light activated coating to clean up mold, bacteria, air pathogens and odors at the molecular level and it continues to self-clean and deodorize.
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