OXFORD, CT--(Sep 18, 2012) - Go Green Global Technologies Corp. (PINKSHEETS: GOGR) is pleased to announce that it has successfully installed a 2" Sonical™ water system in a carwash facility in New Milford, Connecticut. The Sonical™ water system is expected to solve issues stemming from significant scale build-up in the water pumps and sensor valves. The company also expects to install additional Sonical™ water systems at other car wash locations in the near future.
"Our installation was done at the Personal Touch Car Wash located in New Milford, CT. The problem at this location is hard water, which over a period of time creates a hard scale similar to a rock formation in water pumps, sensor valves and other mechanical parts that come in contact with hard water. This creates the need for expensive replacement parts and significant down time. We are very interested in the results of the Sonical product in this application," said Dominick D'Agostino, President of Personal Touch Car Wash, LLC. "This could be a significant problem solver for the car wash industry. If we can save money and down time, investments in Sonical water treatment systems are a no-brainer."
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, just a 1/32" layer of scale increases electricity consumption needs by more than 8%, while a 1/4" layer of scale increases energy needs by 40%.
In a recent report by Global Industry Analytics, Inc., the global market for car washing services is forecast to exceed $27 billion by the year 2017. According to the International Car Wash Association, there are nearly 60,000 car washes operating in the US and Canada.
"There are a number of trends in the car wash industry which have created a tremendous opportunity for our technology," said Mr. Grzywinski. "Use of touchless-wash systems is on the increase, and these systems are prone to issues caused by mineral scale build-up. Also, governmental authorities are pushing vehicle owners towards professional services vs. at-home driveway washing for environmental reasons. In Germany, for example, at-home driveway washing is now forbidden due to strict environmental protection regulations, and other countries are likely to implement similar restrictions in the coming years. Most importantly, and to their credit, the car wash industry as a whole is rapidly becoming more environmentally and socially responsible; adopting green products, avoiding use of excess chemicals, and aggressively seeking to minimize both energy and water consumption."
Another meaningful trend in the industry is the growing importance of on-premise retailing. Car wash owners are becoming increasingly dependent on ancillary product sales as an important source of revenue. "Our Archoil® fuel and engine oil additives are a perfect addition to the car wash operator's existing retail product lines," added Mr. Grzywinski.
"Our pulsed variable electrical field technology enables us to scale our Sonical™ Water Treatment technology up or down to suit an enormous range of applications, from residential up to large-scale commercial, said John D'Alessandro, CEO. "Also, with the introduction of our new 200MHz technology, Go Green's Sonical™ system provides a level of descaling, microbiological control, and corrosion resistance performance that is unmatched by any imitators' non-chemical water treatment product."
"This industry is just one of many in need of an effective non-chemical solution to scale build-up and microbiological control," said. Mr. Grzywinski. "We intend to target several other markets in the coming months with our next generation Sonical™ Water Treatment System."
About Go Green Global Technologies Corp.
Go Green Global Technologies Corp. is a U.S. company listed on the OTCPK under the symbol GOGR. Through its wholly-owned operating subsidiary, Go Green Technologies Corp., it has exclusive global distribution rights to the Sonical™ line of proprietary patented devices developed in Italy for both water and fuel, and exclusive North American distribution rights to the Archoil line of additives and lubricants. Since inception, the company has focused on developing and marketing innovative technologies that lead to a cleaner and more efficient planet.
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