MONROE, CT, United States, via ETELIGIS INC., 07/01/2015 – – Go Green Global Technologies Corp. “Go Green”, (OTC Pink: GOGR) (PINKSHEETS: GOGR), an innovative water and fuel technology company announces that manufacturing of the Sonical™ devices has begun in the company’s newly leased 11,892 square foot facility in Monroe, Connecticut. All of the machinery, equipment and raw materials required to produce the Sonical™ devices has been moved from Italy to the new facility in Monroe. In addition to the manufacturing space, the new facility will house Go Green’s executive offices and research laboratory. Go Green shipped out their first “Made in the USA” products on June 26, 2015 to a distributor in Spain. The order consisted of both residential and industrial units for both water and boiler fuel applications.
Go Green is also pleased to announce that co-founder Dr. Mario Pandolfo, the inventor and pioneer of the Sonical™ technology, will be present, dedicating his time directing production in the Monroe manufacturing facility. “We started the process of moving all of the materials and equipment from the facility in Tuscania, Italy to Monroe, CT in January of 2015. We met our goal of producing the Sonical™ products by the month of June,” said Dr. Mario Pandolfo, co-founder of Go Green. “We now have a facility that will better allow us to produce and provide solutions to the opportunities now present in the US and still continue our global growth.”
Go Green currently has distribution of the Sonical™ technology in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, Italy, Spain, Germany, and England consisting of thousands of successful installations in the water and fuel sectors. Water applications range from residential, commercial (which includes restaurants, coffee shops, hotels, and swimming pools) and industrial (which consists mainly of cooling tower products). Go Green’s Fuel applications successfully treat gasoline, diesel, bunker fuel and heating oil; providing solutions for the automotive, shipping, transportation, marine and boiler/furnace industries.
Go Green also announces that one of its Directors, Geoff Grzywinski, resigned from the Board of Directors on June 25, 2015 to pursue other interests. Regarding his resignation, Mr. Grzywinski said, “It is with regret that I resign from the Board of Directors of Go Green. I believe that the company is on the cusp of making a significant global impact on the fuel and water industries and my resignation from the board is in no way an indication that the Company will not reach its goals. I have cherished my involvement in Go Green and wish the Company continued success in the future.”
Interim Chairman of the Board of Directors of Go Green, Mark Del Priore, commented, “Geoff’s contributions to the Company over the past four years have been invaluable. We wish him well as he moves on to the next stage of his career in the financial services industry.”
About Go Green Technologies Corp.
Go Green Global Technologies Corp. (OTC Pink: GOGR) is an industrial technology company that provides solutions worldwide utilizing the proprietary patented Sonical™ technology for both non-chemical water treatment and fuel combustion applications. The SonicalTM is a cost efficient and easily installable device that makes existing fuel and water systems run cleaner and more efficiently. The company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Go Green Technologies Corp., has a portfolio of intellectual property that currently includes four globally recognized patents and NSF/ANSI, UL, and CSA certification. Since inception, the company has focused on developing and marketing innovative technologies that lead to a cleaner and more efficient planet. You are invited to visit www.gogreentechcorp.com for additional information.
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SOURCE: Go Green Global Technologies Corp.