SOURCE: Global Ecology Corporation

Global Ecology Corporation

March 01, 2011 09:00 ET

Global Ecology Provides Update on South Africa Water Cart Initiative

MONTCLAIR, NJ--(Marketwire - March 1, 2011) - Peter Ubaldi, President & CEO of Global Ecology Corporation (GEC) (OTCQB: GLEC), today issued the following letter to the company's shareholders and the investment community.

"I would like to update you on the progress we are making in South Africa. As you may be aware, we recently formed a subsidiary, GEC Africa with individuals from Johannesburg who have had many business successes and are well respected in the region. This opportunity is aimed at increasing our sales efforts and as a driving force for our near term revenue in order to allow Global Ecology to initially expand its product offerings in both the United States and Africa. Our Mobile PureWater System ("MPWS") is no longer a prototype but a fully operational advanced technology. We have added in house marketing support and engineering capability to begin the distribution of our products and services.

Our representatives traveled to South Africa on February 1st and spent approximately three weeks in the area presenting our water purification technology as well as introducing our soil bio-remediation process. The team operated our Mobile PureWater System ("MPWS") in real time as it produced potable water from several contaminated sources. These demonstrations were performed in the most challenging conditions where rivers look like dark chocolate and E.Coli, streptococcus, and other dangerous pathogens are abundant. 

Our group met with government officials from municipalities and water processing facilities including, The Department of Water Affairs and The South African Bureau of Standards, which has now agreed to accelerate the registration process for our licensed, proprietary formula, IMS1000. We were well received by the consultants, engineers and the foremost authorities on environmental concerns throughout the continent. All of the participants offered their assistance and support for GEC Africa to deploy its technology throughout countries in Africa.

Many public and private entities in Africa are seeking ways to provide safe water without the use of chlorine and our IMS1000 solution will help to accomplish this goal. We also had discussions with two municipalities for the use of our bio-remediation technology for the processing of bio-solids from their wastewater treatment facilities. Additional uses of IMS1000 such as the de-contamination of large bodies of water, vegetable washes, poultry processing plants, and mining water reclamation are currently under discussion.

In short, the entire portfolio of Global Ecology's technology has been eagerly received by the people we met in South Africa. GEC Africa has now engaged several distributors to market our products and services throughout the continent. This distribution channel under the supervision of GEC Africa is expected to accelerate the development of our coverage and produce sustainable revenue. We are excited and very proud of the team's initial launch into our first foreign market. Thank you for your continued support."

Peter D. Ubaldi, President & CEO

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