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NuEarth Corporation NuEarth Corporation manufactures and markets their own organic, biodegradable products around the world. These products are perfect substitutes for commonly used hazardous chemicals. The products continue to be worldwide leaders in their industry with high demand. Sales of their top 3 products have generated 6 month ending 2010 sales of nearly $13 million with Net Income of over $5 million. Current Share Price: .002 cents
Cavitation Technologies, Inc.   Cavitation Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: CVAT) has been chosen as one of the "50 Hottest Companies in Bioenergy" by Biofuels Digest, the most widely read biofuels daily publication in the world. Grass Roots Research projects Cavitation's fiscal year 2010 revenue of approximately $12.3 million. Current Share Price $0.03           
Green Oasis Environmental, Inc.   Green Oasis Environmental, Inc.  (OTC PK:GRNO) will be pursuing Canadian and U.S. based small to mid-sized oilfied and industrial sites where environmental waste processing or removal is a big concern. GRNO seperates oil from waste water during production of hydrocarbons and slop oil as it cleans and separates solids from tank bottom cleaning and flow back fluids. GRNO also produces pipeline spec oil from oil based  drilling muds. Current Share Price: 1.4 cents.
Pazoo, Inc. Pazoo, Inc. (OTC BB: PZOO) Health and wellness online warehouse for people and their pets providing not only products and services but also an expert section providing a forum for indivuals to seek and find out information for the betterment of their health and wellness. www.pazoo.com. Current share price 32 cents    
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