|By PR Newswire||
|November 9, 2012 08:23 PM EST||
BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Safetek International, Inc. (Pink Sheets: SFIN), a manufacturer and distributor of green technology and eco-friendly products, announced today the company's introduction of:
BIO+GREEN CRYSTALS - NUTRACEUTICAL GRADE COMPOUNDS
Doctors realize that under normal conditions people do not need to be bombarded with toxic chemicals, especially at home and work! When one weighs the enormous benefit of Bio+Green Crystals with today's demand for environmental stewardship, safety and value; Bio+Green Crystals are simply the best choice for your people, pets and the planet.
Non Toxic Crystal Compounds and Additives
Bio+Green Crystals, are revolutionary new Crystal compounds in water-soluble pouches containing pre-measured amounts of chemicals. When immersed in the water, pouch and powder dissolve formulating a precise cleaning solution for specific cleaning purposes. Bio+Green Crystals are proud to be ZERO-WASTE products.
Add to your existing cleaner as an additive or booster or when your existing cleaner runs out. Add water – begin to clean. When all sachets are used dispose of outer packaging in your compost or recycle bin
Nothing to contribute to the local landfill. By buying a Bio+Green Crystal product, you have just reduced your carbon footprint. Bio+Green Crystals products are not only eco-friendly in their operation but also protect the environment through reduced warehousing, transport, breakage and usage of shelf space. Our products have the ability to reduce the carbon footprint through all channels of value stream, making them the most favored option for our customers.
National Bio+Green Sciences manufacturers statement:
These products are made using a proprietary process similar to the nutraceutical or pharmaceutical industries. The Bio+Green Crystals Compounds can be made up of bio based, plant and mineral derived surfactants. Our purification or crystallization process as we call it allows us to separate any unwanted chemical strands including volatile organic compounds. Unlike conventional cleaners, Bio+Green Crystals do not require MSDS (manufacturer safety data sheets) but are made available to retailers and online. They are all natural, non toxic and zero waste. As with all cleaning products: Keep out of reach of children as the package may present a choking hazard.
The process is long and tenuous and sometimes we have to recrystallize thereby creating a variation of colors, our natural green spearmint can take on an appearance of yellow lime. Our natural lavender when mixed with lycopene can take on a pinkish, purple hue or reddish tint. These varying colors have no effect on the products performance and will vary batch to batch, season to season. We strive to use all natural food and or medicinal grade additives.
The products are made to perform well with water from all types including city tap, well and bottled. Some products include water softening agents to help remove water spots especially from porcelain and bathroom fixtures. People should check with their municipalities for water contents and should try to avoid excessive chlorine content. Although this will boost our cleaners we do not recommend it and the product will clean just fine without it.
Bio+Green Crystals are completely water soluble. The time to complete dispersion or solubility required is usually one to two minutes but can vary due to the type of water and temperature. We use a pharmaceutical grade water soluble film which biodegrades when properly used, making the product zero waste.
We recommend people reuse existing bottles after properly rinsing and labeling. Avoid using bottles which contained bleach or pesticides. Should you require a new bottle, they are usually available at most retailers including CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, Home Depot etc. Simply label your products with a sharpie; for example Glass and Window Cleaner.
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Michael J. Krantz, President of Safetek International, said, "Safetek will start accepting orders on the Bio+Green Crystals Line immediately with delivery within 30 days, There after Bio+Green Crystals will be a Stock item with next day shipping on standard orders, custom concentrations are manufactured to order with certain minimum quantities, usually for Commercial Cleaning. Vendors can contact us at [email protected] on our website and one of our representatives will contact them."
Krantz continues, "we are currently building out the Corporate Facility and expect to be fully operational by November 19th, 2012."
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About Safetek International, Inc. (www.SafetekInternational.com)
Safetek International, Inc. is a holding company (Pink Sheets: SFIN) engaged in developing commercial opportunities in the organic, bio-degradable, zero carbon footprint or other "green" technology market sectors.
The company's mission is to provide consumers and institutions with affordable high-quality, high-utility products which accommodate the growing public awareness of green issues and exploding demand for zero-carbon-footprint, earth-friendly goods and services.
This press release may include forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. These statements are based on the Company's current expectations as to future events. However, the forward-looking events and circumstances discussed in this press release might not occur, and actual results could differ materially from those anticipated or implied in the forward-looking statements
Michael J. Krantz, Esq. President
Safetek International, Inc.
6560 W. Rogers Circle, Suite16-17
Boca Raton, Florida 33487
Email: [email protected]
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