Agaia, First Choice Sign Distribution Agreement for Evolve

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Wednesday, April 10, 2013
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Agaia Inc., creators of Evolve, a natural, green cleaning technology to significantly outperform chemical cleaners, announced that it has signed a distribution agreement with First Choice Marine to make Evolve products available to ships and maritime facilities throughout the Americas.

Evolve is an all-natural, nontoxic cleaning technology. The manufacturer claims it measurably outperforms chemical-based cleaners, degreasers, laundry detergents and solvents. Derived from plants, vegetables, and other all-natural sources, Evolve’s allows environmentally sensitive businesses to completely remove dangerous petrochemical cleaners from their facilities while actually delivering results superior to present day cleaners.

First Choice Marine Supply will distribute several of Agaia’s products to service the diverse needs of the Maritime, Industrial and Seafood Industry, including Evolve Marine Scale Remover, Grease Extreme, Laundry Complete and its new Industrial HD Scale Remover, as well as other industrial strength cleaners from the Agaia product line. Agaia provides a variety of all natural cleaning alternative’s that help reduce toxins and harsh chemicals from entering the ocean, while still retaining a powerful cleaning solution for the ships.

www.agaiainc.com

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