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Go Green to open prototype "smokeless' lube center

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FORT WORTH, Texas—Go Green Smokeless Oil International Inc. will soon hold a grand opening for its new prototype “environmentally friendly lube center” concept, which is located in Austin, Texas.

The new Go Green Oil Change Center, scheduled to open in mid-November, will offer Go Green's proprietary smokeless oil, which the Fort Worth-based company said is formulated to reduce green house gases and smoke emissions from older vehicles.

In addition, the lube center will offer three complete lines of motor oils for normal maintenance. Those motor oils will include a re-refined synthetic-blend; a full-synthetic motor oil processed for accelerated biodegradation if introduced to the environment; and a bio-based full synthetic product formulated with non-crude oil base stocks, Go Green said.

“In addition to being friendlier to the environment, the oils are made in the USA and help reduce the importation of foreign crude oil,” said Go Green CEO Mike Hutcheson.

Go Green said it also will use recycled materials in the build-out of its shop, offer paperless billing and maintenance records, ship and store oil in bulk and eliminate the use of packaged goods wherever possible.

According to its website, at www.gogreensmokelessoil.com, the firm worked with a biochemist and Dow Chemical Co. to develop Go Green Smokeless oil, which it claims is the “World's First and Only” full synthetic, non-toxic, ultimate biodegradable motor oil specifically formulated for any combustible engine with a smoke and emission problem.

The company, which manufactures its patented Go Green Smokeless Oil and multi-viscosity motor oils, small engine lubricants and penetrating oil, said its mission “is to provide quality products that exceed the strictest performance and maintenance specifications while easing the environmental impact.”
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