|By Marketwired .||
|July 14, 2014 09:01 AM EDT||
TAMPA, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 07/14/14 -- Kleangas Energy Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB: KGET) subsidiary Second Cycle Recycling, (SCR) has signed 2 new clients for its document destruction services. SCR continues to expand its message that shredding is not a safe method for the destruction of important documents. Pelleting ensures the complete destruction of the content of any and all sensitive documents that must comply with all privacy laws
Don Willis EVP of SCR stated, "Besides SCR acquiring new business clients for document destruction SCR is also approaching local government agencies to offer them the benefit of SCR's services. SCR is now working on developing additional products created out of shredded paper and bringing those products it market."
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Kleangas Energy Technologies, Inc. is a company dedicated to producing alternative clean technologies and products that promote energy efficiency throughout a wide range of applications. Through its wholly owned subsidiaries Kleangas manufactures and 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. Second Cycle Recycling subsidiary of Kleangas creates pellets made from recycled paper to be used for cat litter, animal bedding and a variety of other used to be developed.
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