SOURCE: Green Bridge Industries, Inc.

April 28, 2010 09:45 ET

Green Bridge Industries, Inc. Subsidiary Partners With Turner Construction Company

Brightside Products LLC Signs Agreement With AEC CommuniteStore LLC to Offer Its Eco-Friendly Green Beast™ Cleaning Product Line on Various Turner Websites

RIDGEWOOD, NJ--(Marketwire - April 28, 2010) -  Green Bridge Industries, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GRBG) is pleased to announce that the Company's wholly owned subsidiary, Brightside Products LLC, has signed a partnership agreement with AEC CommuniteStore to offer its eco-friendly Green Beast™ cleaning product line on various Turner Construction Company websites. Brightside's Green Beast™ product line will be made available to Turner employees, Turner subsidiaries' employees as well as Turner customers through the Turner Store website (, which is an exclusive site for all Turner employee purchases; AEC CommuniteStore (, the primary store for all customers (external to Turner); and the PJ Dick store (, an exclusive site for all PJ Dick, Trumball, and Lindy Paving employees. In addition, Brightside will feature their eco-friendly "Green Beast™" cleaning products in the future on all "Branded Stores" developed through AEC for various third party organizations.

With construction volume of $10.7 billion in 2008, Turner ranks first or second in major segments of the construction industry. Turner maintains a nationwide network of offices and a staff of more than 5,500 employees, performing work on over 1,600 projects each year. Turner is the largest builder of green buildings in the nation and has extensive experience across a wide variety of sustainable construction projects, enabling the company to create a detailed databank of cost-effective Green materials, processes and suppliers to assist their clients. Turner has completed 106 Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certified projects and has completed or is currently working on more than 179 additional projects that are registered with the U. S. Green Building Council. Founded in 1902, Turner has worked on and completed projects around the globe including; Yankee Stadium, Hearst Tower, Franklin Field, Soldier Field, Lambeau Field, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Taipei 101 (Taiwan), and Emirates Palace Hotel (Abu Dhabi) just to name a few.

Brightside Products is the commercial division of Green Bridge Industries, which markets its Green Beast™ product line to institutions and government entities. Brightside's products are based on an environmentally friendly formulation that uses a proprietary naturally derived ingredient to super-charge cleaning and remediation. Brightside's cleaning products are able to clean extremely difficult dirt, soils, grease and other hydrocarbons that usually need harsh solvents and other toxic chemicals.

"We are extremely excited about becoming a part of the Turner Construction network," stated David Gubb, CEO of Green Bridge Industries, Inc. "Turner demonstrates a commitment to 'green' building, and we believe that together, we'll have the opportunity to shape the future of sustainable (eco-friendly) practices with our Green Beast™ product line. Turner Construction will now be able to ensure its employees and customers a safe, green, extremely efficient and cost competitive way to clean up all of their locations."

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About Green Bridge Industries, Inc.:

Green Bridge Industries, Inc. offers non-toxic, environmentally friendly cleaning products to fit the sanitation needs of the medical, agricultural, military, and retail markets. The Company, through its proprietary technology, has the ability to develop bio-renewable alternative cleaning products, which are superior to the synthetic products currently offered in the marketplace. The Company's products are safe for the surfaces it cleans, the environment, animals and humans. For more information on Green Bridge Industries, visit:

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