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Go Green Global Technologies Corp.

August 21, 2013 14:15 ET

Go Green Global Technologies Corp. Receives NSF/ANSI Standard 61 Certification for Its Sonical™ Water Conditioner

OXFORD, CT--(Marketwired - Aug 21, 2013) - Go Green Global Technologies Corp. (OTC Pink: GOGR), an innovative U.S. water and fuel technology licensing, marketing, and development company, today announced that it has received NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certification for its Sonical™ Water Conditioner product designed to eliminate scale and control bacteria. With this certification, the Company has met the NSF/ANSI Standard 61 for its newest water product line, representing the company's commitment to drinking water safety.

NSF/ANSI Standard 61 was published in 1988 to establish minimum requirements for the control of potential adverse human health effects from products that contact drinking water. This includes criteria for testing and evaluating products to ensure they do not leach potentially harmful contaminants into the water. These contaminants include those regulated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Health Canada, as well as any other non-regulated but potentially harmful compounds.

To achieve certification, the Sonical™ Water Conditioner was subjected to a rigorous seven-step process, overseen by the NSF Drinking Water Additives Joint Committee.

"Achieving NSF Certification reflects our company's commitment to continuing to provide the highest quality water conditioning products," said John D'Alessandro, Chief Executive Officer. "We are proud of the role that the Sonical™ Water Conditioner continues to play in providing clean and bacteria-free drinking water."

"The NSF Certification opens up a tremendous number of commercial opportunities that were not readily available to us prior to achieving this certification," said Geoff Grzywinski, President and Chief Operating Officer. "NSF Certification is required by most customers of potable water treatment solutions, including State Agencies as well as the hospitality industry which includes restaurants and hotels."

The Sonical™ Technology is a practical application of Faraday's Law of Induction, whereby electrical currents pass through a unique proprietary wire coil configuration which creates an electromagnetic field of up to 200 MHz. This intellectual property applies the fundamental principles of electromagnetic induction to cause molecular-level changes in both water and petroleum distillates to deliver unique and significant benefits.

About NSF International

NSF International ( is a global independent public health and environmental organization that provides standards development, product certification, testing, auditing, education and risk management services for public health and the environment. NSF International is an accredited, independent third-party certification body that tests and certifies products to verify they meet these public health and safety standards. Products that meet these standards bear the NSF mark. 

About Go Green Global Technologies Corp.

Go Green Global Technologies Corp. (OTC Pink: GOGR) is a U.S. water and fuel technology licensing, marketing and development company. Through its wholly owned subsidiary, Go Green Technologies Corp., it provides solutions worldwide utilizing the proprietary patented Sonical™ technology for both non-chemical water treatment and fuel combustion applications. The company is a leader in the emerging pulsed-power technology sector and has a portfolio of intellectual property that includes three United States patents. Since inception, the company has focused on innovative technologies that lead to a cleaner and more efficient planet. You are welcome to visit for additional information.

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