SOURCE: I Green Innovations

May 05, 2009 06:03 ET

B Green Innovations Assists the Environment and Helps to Stop Spread of Disease by Turning Tires Into Products

Large Scrap Tire Stockpiles Present a Risk to Human Health; B Green's Products the "VibeAway" Made From 100% Recycled Tires (and Made in the USA) Are Helping to Save the Environment; Continuing Its Mission: "Recycling the Planet One Product at a Time"

MATAWAN, NJ--(Marketwire - May 5, 2009) - B GREEN INNOVATIONS, Inc. (OTCBB: IVOT), a wholly owned subsidiary of I Green Innovations, Inc., announced today that it is doing its part to help stop the spread of disease by converting existing tire stockpiles into finished products. With the recent outbreaks of flu and virus, it is more important than ever to remove potential dangerous waste (tires) from the environment. Waste tires present an attractive breeding ground for disease-carrying insects and vermin.

VibeAway™ pads are specially designed washing machine anti-vibration pads for washers and dryers. The 100% crumb rubber pad, made from recycled tires, is designed to reduce the transfer of vibration that occurs in most typical washing and drying cycles. It is a shock absorption pad that is used to reduce sound, vibrations, and pulsating of washing machines, dryers, table saws, freezers and other large appliances. Our VibeAway™ pads prevent washers from "walking," and help prolong the life of your washing machine, dryer or other appliance.

According to the EPA's Scrap Tire Cleanup Guidebook, released June 8, 2006, large scrap tire stockpiles present a risk to human health and the environment for several reasons. They provide an ideal breeding ground for disease-carrying mosquitoes and rodents. Stockpiles can also catch on fire as a result of lightning strikes, equipment malfunctions or arson. State, federal and local agencies have spent tens of millions of dollars over the past few decades responding to tire fires. Approximately 290 million automobile and truck used tires are discarded by Americans every year.

About B Green Innovations:

B Green Innovations, Inc. ("B Green"), a Matawan, New Jersey-based Corporation, is dedicated to becoming a "green" technology company, focused on acquiring and identifying promising technologies that address environmental issues. The first technology will be used to create new products from recycled tire rubber. Recently, we announced that we had filed a new Patent Application for a process it described as "paver blocks and patio blocks made from recycled tire crumb rubber." B Green Innovations, Inc. has also filed 3 additional patents on products made using 100% recycled tires.

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