AVGRO NEWS

IN THE NEWS: August 24, 2011
www.usgreentechnology.com

AvGro Launches New Green Product Line

AvGro LLC was chosen to present its patent-pending technology today at the 2011 Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality Green Business Conference in Baton Rouge, La. This environment-focused event signals the launch of the company's green product line, which aims to improve the quality of the environment.

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PRESS RELEASE: August 19, 2011

AvGro to present at Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality
Green Expo - Launch Product Line

Scottsdale, AZ - AvGro LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Scottsdale based Avelis LLC, has been chosen to present their innovative, patent pending technology at the 2011 Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality Green Business Conference in Baton Rouge, LA on August 24th. The event will be significant as it will double as the launch of the AvGro product line.

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IN THE NEWS: August 17, 2011
www.digbatonrouge.com

The Green Team
Expo showcases the rising green business sector

Scottsdale, AZ - AvGro LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Scottsdale based Avelis LLC, has been chosen to present their innovative, patent pending technology at the 2011 Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality Green Business Conference in Baton Rouge, LA on August 24th. The event will be significant as it will double as the launch of the AvGro product line.

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IN THE NEWS: July 29, 2010
WWL-TV, New Orleans

WWLTV interview - AvGro helps break down oil section

Now that BP has capped its ruptured oil well and is working on permanently stopping the leak, attention turns to cleaning up the Louisiana marshes.

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IN THE NEWS: July 20, 2010
www.houmatoday.com

Company's product helps plants grow in oil

The two strongest plants are living in oil. "They're not just living, they're thriving," said owner Herdis Neil. "The prettiest plants are the ones with the oil in them, and it's actually better than the ones with no oil."

AvGro, a green technology research and development company headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., seems to have created a soil treatment capable of changing the tide in the fight to save wetlands in Louisiana.

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