|By Marketwired .||
|April 28, 2014 08:45 AM EDT||
TAMPA, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/28/14 -- Kleangas Energy Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB: KGET) is pleased to report today that the Company shipped 120 Metric Tons of the 1000 Metric Tons of G-Pel Pellets order to the Port of Long Beach. It was determined to break this 1,000 MT order into smaller shipments. However, the shipments will be more frequent to meet G-PEL's expected delivery time for the full order. It was concluded that doing smaller but more frequent shipments would allow for a much smoother and hassle free delivery of the full 1,000 MT.
Maxine Pierson, Executive Vice President, stated, "We have now begun shipping our second order to Busan, Korea via the Port of Long Beach. We are really getting the shipment process down to a science which will lead to a ramp up of production and shipping until we achieve our goal of 10,000 MT of Pellet production a month." "Also," Ms. Pierson continued, "the Company is now in the process of increasing its brand awareness in different venues. To that end, today the Company is providing information that can be seen on the Drudge Report at www.drudgereport.com."
KGET will ramp up and expand the brand awareness program in the coming weeks and months by using and adding multiple other venues through and into the end of 2014.
Kleangas Energy Technologies is a company dedicated to producing alternative clean technologies and products that promote energy efficiency throughout a wide range of applications. Kleangas private labels and markets Oxy-Hydrogen on-demand generators and through its wholly owned subsidiaries sells wood pellets as an alternative to coal and a waste heat to electricity patented technology. Green Day Technologies Inc. has licensed patented waste heat to electric power generation technology and works as a co-generator when installed on a primary electrical generator unit. It is also powerful enough to serve as a primary energy source. Green Day's subsidiary G-PEL also has pending contracts to sell refuses and biomass derived pellets, which are alternatives to producing electricity instead of the traditional method of burning coal.
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