Spillfix Wins Occupational Health & Safety New Product of the Year Award

CARY, NC--(Marketwired - Sep 21, 2015) -  American Green Ventures, (US) Inc. announced today that its revolutionary SpillFix® Industrial Organic Absorbent has been awarded New Product of the Year by Occupational Health & Safety magazine in the Hazmat Safety category. Winners will be recognized at this year's National Safety Council (NSC) Congress & Expo, which will be held from Saturday, September 26 through Friday, October 2 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. SpillFix will also be exhibiting at booth #3989.

"We are thrilled that SpillFix has been recognized by Occupational Health & Safety magazine as the 2015 New Product of the Year in the Hazmat Safety category," said David J. Roache, CEO of Galuku Group North America, the parent company of American Green Ventures. "This award validates our belief that SpillFix offers a faster, cleaner, safer and more effective way to clean up hazardous liquid spills than anything else on the market. We encourage those attending the NSC Congress & Expo to stop by our booth to see a short demonstration."

SpillFix is made from a bi-product of the coconut (coir), which is an organic, renewable resource that is non-carcinogenic, contains no chemicals and is silica free. It instantly absorbs hazardous liquid spills on contact including oils, fuels, solvents, paints and chemicals, enabling faster, cleaner, safer and more effective clean up with minimal downtime. When compared to clay-based absorbents, SpillFix clients need 80 percent less product to clean up spills in less than half the time. SpillFix is dust-free, non-abrasive and there is no after residue often left with heavy sticky clay or absorbent pads. SpillFix can be reused to clean up more than one spill due to its superior absorbency, further adding to its cost savings. SpillFix is also landfill safe, providing lower disposal cost than other absorbent products with no environmental impact.

In its seventh year, the Occupational Health & Safety New Product of the Year award program honors the outstanding product development achievements of health and safety manufacturers whose products are considered particularly noteworthy in their ability to improve workplace safety. More information is available at https://ohsonline.com/pages/product-awards.aspx.

The National Safety Council Congress & Expo is the world's largest annual event for safety, health and environmental professionals. For more than 100 years, professionals have turned to this event for industry-leading technology, education, networking opportunities, and the products and services needed to stay at the forefront and remain competitive within the industry. For more information about the NSC Congress & Expo, visit http://congress.nsc.org/

Galuku Group Limited granted American Green Ventures, (US) Inc. the exclusive marketing and distribution rights for SpillFix in the North American market. More information on SpillFix can be found at www.spillfix.com or by calling American Green Ventures in Cary, N.C. at (919)535-8278. You can also follow SpillFix on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/SpillFix, or Twitter at www.twitter.com/SpillFixUSA.

About Galuku Group Limited 
Headquartered in Asia, with offices in Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong and production facilities in India, Sri Lanka and Malaysia, Galuku Group Limited uses coconuts to provide exciting solutions for the everyday needs of businesses and consumers that are both cost effective and environmentally friendly. Galuku means coconut in one of Australia's many Aboriginal languages. Galuku Group's products have many applications in consumer health, horticulture, hydroponics, industrial and pet categories, and are sold throughout the world in Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United States. More information on Galuku Group can be found at www.galuku.com

SpillFix is a trademark of Galuku Group Limited.

Media Contacts:
Joanne Tedesco
Dresner Corporate Services
(312)780-7210
jtedesco@dresnerco.com

Joshua Taustein
Dresner Corporate Services
(312)780-7219
jtaustein@dresnerco.com



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