Green Earth Technologies Offers Response to Oil
Spill with Help from Corent Co. & Evergreen Flying
STAMFORD, Conn., May 14 Three established companies proposed using aircraft to disperse Green Earth
Technologies' (Pink Sheets:GETG.pk - News) G-MARINE Fuel Spill Clean-UP!, a proven treatment for oil
spills and oil pollution, to treat the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
Green Earth Technologies, a green chemical company, partnered with Corent Company and Evergreen
Flying, Inc. to propose a plan for treating the Gulf of Mexico oil spill using multiple aircraft to treat a wide area
and multiply the effect of the efforts both in the air and on the ground.
Each aircraft could hold a capacity of 800 gallons and can travel up to 200 mph, flying as low as 50 feet off
the water. At a 40:1 ratio, the companies can mix 20 gallons of G-MARINE Fuel Spill Clean-UP! to 780
gallons of water (800 gallons total) to cover between 10 - 160 acres of water surface, depending on the spill's
density in a given area. Using the 1295 hp Turbine Air Tractor aircraft to apply Green Earth Technologies'
G-MARINE Fuel Spill Clean-UP! (NANO Emulsion Technology) Oil Dispersant over the affected areas of the
BP/Trans Ocean Rig Collapse in the Gulf of Mexico.
"The planes are on the ground and ready to go, we are just waiting for the green light from BP, EPA and
FEMA," said Jeff Marshall, Chairman & CEO of Green Earth Technologies. "There seems to be a lot of
confusion as to who has the authority to approve these types of initiatives, so we hope to cut through the red
tape as quickly as possible."
G-MARINE Fuel Spill Clean-UP! is a unique blend of plant derived, water based and ultimate biodegradable
ingredients specifically formulated to quickly emulsify and encapsulate fuel and oil spills. These plant derived
ingredients are processed to form a colloidal micelle whose small particle size (1-4 nanometers) enables it to
penetrate and breakdown long chain hydrocarbons bonds in oils and grease and holds them in a colloidal
suspension when mixed with water