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Green Earth Nano Science, Inc., (GENS) - Canadian environmental solutions developer and manufacturer of award winning GENS NANO & SolarStucco - self-sanitizing and self-cleaning photocatalyst coatings and proprietary air & surface purification system signed an applicator, distributor licensing agreement with Ecoblast Solutions Inc. and The Columbia Restoration Company Inc. - Canadian companies from British Columbia.

Green Earth Nano Science Expands Self-cleaning Coating Offering to Western Canada

Toronto, Canada | Posted on April 15th, 2012

Green Earth Nano Science Inc. is marketing its SolarStucco self cleaning coatings to developers, property managers, building materials manufacturing sector and exterior building cleaning and restoration sector. For indoor applications, the company develops and supplies self-sanitizing, air purification coatings marketed under the brand Gens Nano. The company has developed a complete range of environmental services and solutions distributed through a network of regional applicators, contractors, entrepreneurs and distributors. Hygienic coatings and other environmental solutions are used by the company to improve bio security, indoor environments, and to protect properties against Sick Building Syndrome, surface bio-contamination.

The Columbia Restoration Company is an innovative restoration company and Ecoblast Solutions is a green cleaning solutions and service provider that brings added value to many industries in BC. Ecoblast Solutions has partnered with The Columbia Restoration Company a full service general contractor.

"We are expending our business with environmentally safe and green technologies that will make buildings clean themselves for years and it will make my customers very happy. Benefits are unprecedented: lower maintenance costs, self cleaning ability for property managers and surface protection, you can't go greener then this. Together with Green Earth Nano Science we'll be implementing an aggressive marketing strategy to explore all business opportunities in the BC, Canada ", said Rick Snelgrowe, President at Columbia Restoration Company and Ecoblast Solutions Inc.

Miroslaw Chrzaniecki, VP Global Operations of Green Earth Nano Science Inc., explained, "We are exited with this new strategic partnership in the British Columbia. Recent big project that was done by our partner - BC Place Stadium - multi-purpose stadium in Vancouver, BC, Canada that utilized all natural self-cleaning coating and dry ice blasting. Both technologies have been approved by the EPA, CFIA, FDA, and USDA as a safe cleaning long lasting environmentally friendly solution. The project objective was to restore the surface original look and creates a self-cleaning system that reduces maintenance cost. Today there are customers that own and operate offices and facilities everywhere on the planet and to serve them globally we license only strong companies with good track record and green vision. Our new partner is a perfect company to commercialize GENS NANO in BC. Now British Columbia can benefit from green technology that self-clean, sanitize and purify the air at the same time 24/7, is 100% green.

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About Green Earth Nano Science Inc.
Green Earth Nano Science is a Canadian Corporation with the company slogan “Green Technologies for Sustainable Future”. GENS is working closely with researchers, scientists and technology companies to enable the commercialization of proprietary breakthrough technologies to reduce energy use, reduce greenhouse gases, air pollution and protect businesses and homes against pollution and bio-contamination.

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