Industrial Nanotech, Inc. (Pink Sheets:INTK), an emerging global leader in nanoscience solutions, today announced that the Company's patented Nansulate® thermal insulation and energy saving coatings have been accepted by, and are on display at, the Chicago Center for Green Technology.
The company's Independent Sales Representative in Chicago, Scott Madura, arranged for the inclusion of the nanotechnology-based green products in the Center, which showcases green building resources and sustainable technologies.
“I am hearing a lot of excitement about this technology in the Chicago area,” stated Scott Madura, Chicago Independent Sales Representative for Nansulate®. “I have met with a number of architects, university personnel, and multiple corporations for consultations. They all share the same enthusiasm for the green and energy saving benefits that these coatings provide. Being included in the Green Tech Resource Center is an honor and it will allow those interested in the technology to see it firsthand and gather more information. I look forward to participating in the sustainable initiatives by providing such an innovative energy saving technology as Nansulate.”
Francesca Crolley, V.P. of Business Development for Industrial Nanotech, Inc., continues, “We appreciate the opportunity to have Nansulate® included in the Green Tech Resource Center of the Chicago Center for Green Technology. The City of Chicago is one of the nation's leaders in promoting energy saving and sustainable technologies and our products, which are an environmentally friendly, nanotechnology based, energy saving material, are perfectly suited to this venue. We look forward to the opportunity to promote responsible sustainable solutions to the Resource Center visitors.”
The Chicago Center for Green Technology (CCGT) is only the third building in the United States to be designed according to the LEED rating system, using the highest standards of green technology available. The building and campus are open for visitors to explore and to learn about incorporating environmentally friendly and cost saving features into their home or business. CCGT also offers free seminars for the public 2-3 times per week. CCGT's Green Building Resource Center also has a library that includes green product samples.