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“Meteorologist Ron Trotta, Children’s Book Author Elly McGuire, and Schmitty the Weather Dog Partner with Extreme Energy Solutions and Extreme Kleaner to Help Bring Green to Classrooms”

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Elly McGuire, author of “Schmitty the Weather Dog: Daydream,” Meteorologist Ron Trotta, and Schmitty the Weather Dog team up with Extreme Energy Solutions and Extreme Kleaner in promoting environmentally green living in the classrooms of elementary school children.

Elly McGuire, author of “Schmitty The Weather Dog: Daydream,” Meteorologist Ron Trotta, and Schmitty The Weather Dog, have teamed up with the up and coming green tech company, Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc., located in Ogdensburg, New Jersey, to help promote healthier and more environmentally friendly choices in the hopes of bringing green technology awareness to the classrooms of children.

Together Extreme and the Schmitty the Weather Dog Team will begin their journey in encouraging both school administrators and children to consider more sustainable green products that end up in use in the classroom. The first stop on their list is the National Association of Elementary School Principles (NAESP) convention in Long Beach California, June 30 through July 2, 2015.

At the conference, Schmitty the Weather Dog and Meteorologist Ron Trotta will be the official weather team and headline entertainment where thousands are expected to attend. Extreme Energy Solutions product, Extreme Kleaner, a non-toxic, biodegradable multi-purpose cleaner-degreaser, is their sponsor.

“We are glad to have Extreme Kleaner aboard,” claimed Trotta, “the product works great, it’s safe for pets, kids and the environment, and the company’s mission to offer products and services that help serve humanity are very much in line with our beliefs in conservation and sustainability.”

“The product, Extreme Kleaner, is crazy good, and I would only partner with a product and a company that is safe for the planet and my two-legged and four-legged family,” added McGuire

When asked about what she thought about Extreme Kleaner, Schmitty the Weather Dog responded by giving it a four paws up.

Schmitty the Weather Dog, accompanied by McGuire and Trotta, have been at the center of over 60 elementary school assemblies this year, promoting STEM, the study of science, technology, engineering and math, through the use of their entertaining literacy and music program. Team Schmitty The Weather Dog has been coast to coast, bringing their program to schools throughout New York City, Los Angeles, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.

At the end of each assembly, author Elly teaches about respect for animals and gives each student the opportunity to meet Schmitty The Weather Dog. Through corporate and private sponsors, student usually walk away with their very own copy of the “Schmitty the Weather Dog: Daydream” book.

“Science and math are at the core of green technologies, and we feel it is important to help foster younger generation’s educational experience with information that will not only get them excited about preserving the environment, but also excited about the opportunities and possible career choices that may be available to them in the future,” contributed Samuel K. Burlum, CEO and President of Extreme Energy Solutions, Inc.

“We are proud to support Schmitty the Weather Dog and their team on their endeavors in and out of the classroom.”

Meteorologist Ron Trotta, who has the distinction of being a three time World Champion Ragtime Pianist, has worked for ABC World News, and since then has partnered with Schmitty the Weather Dog and author Elly McGuire to inspire and excite children across America to study STEM subjects.

Elly McGuire, the author of “Schmitty the Weather Dog:Daydream,” has always taken time from her impressive career to help many causes like the Firefighters Association Scholarship Fund, as well as Angel On A Leash and many small animal shelters across the country. McGuire, along with Schmitty have been guests on the “Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Access Hollywood.”

Schmitty has also shared the stage in New York’s Central Park with Oprah and will be the “cover dog” on this summer’s issue of Hamptons Pet magazine. When Schmitty is not giving a “pawcast” posted on the Schmitty the Weather Dog You Tube Channel, you can find her visiting schools locally and nationally bringing the message of the great opportunities that STEM subjects have to offer.

Schmitty the Weather Dog and Extreme Kleaner will continue to provide updates on its social media pages. More information about Schmitty the Weather Dog and Extreme Kleaner can be found at http://www.schmittytheweatherdog.com and at http://www.ExtremeKleaner.com

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Spring Cleaning with Earth Day in Mind

April 1, 2015 Madison, WI

Story originally written by Lauressa Nelson, freelance writer and contributor to Natural Awakenings Magazine. 

Earth Day is Earth Day is conveniently celebrated in a great month for spring cleaning, which gives us good reason to comb through our cabinets and reevaluate our cleaning supplies. Many of us are interested in nontoxic cleaners to ensure the safety of our families or to shield them and ourselves from respiratory irritants that contribute to allergies and asthma. Some also consider the bigger picture; the impact of the household products that we washdown our drains and flush into our water supply. Yet, we also value effective cleaning ability and affordability, and finding products that fit the bill is often challenging.

“The younger generations today have grown up with green culture; it’s engrained in them, part of their being,” explains Samuel Burlum, CEO of Extreme Energy Solutions, makers of Extreme Kleaner, a biodegradable, nontoxic, all-purpose cleaner/degreaser available through Amazon.com and at Ace Hardware and True Value Hardware stores in Madison area.

“They are more conscious and aware of the impact of their buying choices and how they affect the environment around them.”

Consumer voices are making a difference. Mintel, a Chicago-based market research company, noted that the green cleaning category quadrupled its sales between 2003 and 2008, from $17.7 million to $64.5 million, and that the market share of eco-friendly cleaners has increased ten-fold since 2003, from 3 percent to more than 30 percent. Meanwhile, sales in the conventional cleaning category declined by 7 percent, when inflation was accounted for, between 2002 and 2007. This economic reality is certainly the driving force behind the development of eco-friendly cleaners by megacorporations and the private-label brands of big-box retailers like Wal-Mart, which introduced its Great Value Naturals line in November 2014.

As consumers that manage our households, we are smart to be concerned about the ingredients in the cleaning supplies we use. According to a 2011 article in Mother Jones magazine, nearly 75,000 chemicals have been introduced into consumer products and only about 5 percent of those have been tested for potential side effects and health risks. Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE), an organization that amplifies women’s voices to eliminate harmful chemicals, reports that cleaning product companies are not required to disclose their ingredients.

WVE commissioned an independent laboratory test for toxic chemicals in 20 popular cleaning products from the top five companies in the industry: Clorox, Procter & Gamble, Reckitt Benckiser, SC Johnson and Son, and Sunshine Makers (Simple Green). They found undisclosed chemicals linked to reproductive toxins, carcinogens, hormone disruptors and allergies. WVE offers tips and provides the names of “No Secrets” companies, those that list all the ingredients in their cleaning products, right down to the fragrance.

Burlum says that toxic ingredients excluded from Extreme Kleaner’s formulation are often found in other cleaners. The company’s Product Comparison Sheet, which lists those ingredients and their known risks, can be found at Tinyurl.com/ExtremeKleanerCompare.

Fortunately, third-party consumer advocacy groups and certification programs help consumers make better choices. The Environmental Protection Agency offers a Design for the Environment stamp of approval, and the nonprofit GreenSeal, in existence since 1989, uses science-based programs to empower consumers to create a more sustainable world and offers an accreditation using international guidelines for environmental labeling programs. NSF International is an independent, accredited consumer protection nonprofit that develops standards and tests and also certifies and audits consumer products and systems to protect and improve global human health and the environment.

Rather than grabbing the first household cleaner labeled “green” from the grocery store shelf, consumers should check products for both ingredients and third-party verification of their safety for people, pets and the environment.

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Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. is located at 150 Main Street, in Ogdensburg, New Jersey. For more information, visit www.ExtremeEnergySolution.net orwww.ExtremeKleaner.com. For more about Sam Burlum, visit www.SamBurlum.com.

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2015 World Green Energy Symposium Combines Policy Making-Industry, Offering Sustainable Economic-Environmental Solutions

March 21, 2015

Washington, D.C.

Source: World Green Energy Symposium recognizes current and former WGES Nova Award Honorees, whom have answered the call to bring public policy and technology together in solving environmental and economic challenges.

2015 World Green Energy Symposium, this year held in Washington DC, at University of District of Columbia, March 12, left no stone unturned in discussing energy, green technology, environmental policy, economic sustainability, as the event offered expertise from many market segments. From government to industry; schools of thought and students to community activist; answers to solve some of today’s most pressing concerns came from every corner of the gathering.

“We want to thank you all for coming today in attending this year’s WGES,” said Professor Robert Gallagher, Executive Chair of the World Green Energy Symposium as he welcomed all guests to the well-attended event, “You will find opportunities galore from industry to government, from schools of thought to community activist, you will not be disappointed by the options of answers you can gather from today’s offerings.”

Four-time Emmy Winner, former Broadcast Journalist Jan Fox was the event’s emcee and opened the event at 9:00 am introducing special guest and speakers to the podium.

Professor Gallagher first recognized all of the past World Green Energy Symposium NOVA Award Honorees for their contributions to advancements in solving problems associated with environmental and energy issues. Then Gallagher took a moment to recognize this, year’s recipient, Dr. Sabine O’Hara, Dean of College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability, and Environmental Sciences (CAUSE) of the University of DC.

“We are honored to add another member to class of NOVA Award Winners. The Current Class includes the City of Washington DC, City of Philadelphia, Drexel University, Dow Chemical, and Extreme Energy Solutions, among others who have demonstrated making steps and development of policies and technologies that lead us to protecting our environment and natural resources, while providing sustainable choices,”

“We are honored to present Dr. Sabine O’Hare and CAUSE with this year’s NOVA Award for their efforts in becoming a sustainable land grant site, being totally sustainable, including their construction of this campus,” Gallagher professed.

“We are honored to accept this award. This is not just my award, but a reflection of all of our staff, students, board, alumni, suppliers, and the rest of the individuals who supported our vision for our school,” Dr. O’Hare added, “The city supported our goals, which provided us the opportunity to be the only 100% sustainable University in the District.”

Tribute was paid in accommodations by a number of special guests who included Mr. James Lyons, President of University of DC, who welcomed attendees to the campus and to the event. He was followed by Margaret Singleton, Vice President of DC Chamber of Commerce; Tommy Wells, Acting Director, District Department of the Environment, Government of the District of Columbia; and then Dr. O’Hare wrapped up the morning session showcasing the series of steps CAUSE took to develop their sustainable campus.

The mid-day panel represented opportunities within federal government and presented case studies; steps and initiatives that government has taken to become even more-green, thus saving taxpayer money in the meantime. Panel was led by Mr. Kevin Kampschroer, from GSA who shared the agency’s green building practices; which including the usage of energy efficiency tech, LEED construction practices, and maximizing space.

Ms. Kristine Kingery presented what the Army is doing to become more environmentally friendly in managing its assets and bases around the world. Ms. Jo Anne Hill, with the US Department of Commerce, provided a discussion referencing contract opportunities available for Minority Owned Business Enterprises in the area of sustainability and environmental initiatives by the federal government. The session was concluded by Mr. Landon Van Dyke, with the Department of State, who shared the vision and ongoing practices by the Department of State in greening US Embassies around the world.

The afternoon full of workshops; discussions and question and answer sessions from a number of interests: new technology, transportation solutions, the use of big data to monitor energy usage and energy conservation, understanding public private partnerships were just part of the plethora of sessions one could choose from.

Two of the workshops that stood out were the discussion lead by Mr. Samuel K. Burlum, CEO of Extreme Energy Solutions, who presented a case study and examples about here and now available technology that could lower harmful toxic emissions from vehicles, including advancements made in this technology sector, and the importance of embracing the retrofit technology market. Burlum shared his vision of public policy measures that would allow for green technology to blossom. You can see the complete video at here.

Another well attended workshop provided insight on deploying sustainable technology to the continent of Africa. Panel, moderated by Ron Uba, Department of Commerce-MBDA; led by Mr. Ken Johnson, provided information referencing emerging economies within developing nations. Mr. Johnson discussed examples of countries within Africa who were struggling to meet the demands of water, energy, power, food supply, and alternatives currently being investigated to meet these needs.

Attendees casted their vote of satisfaction as the even came to a close, all leaving with valuable information and contacts from the event.

“There is still much work to be done in this field of practice,” Burlum contributed, “the areas of environmental protection, green technology, alternative energy, sustainability, and policy making that drives the markets to evolve are still very much in their infancy. If you compare this industry to the early days of the .com boom or the early days of the information age, you can see the ‘green industry’ is following those same trends,”

“There are other drivers to the movement of environmental sustainability, which I believe one of them is generational. There are far more X, Y, and Millennial generation individuals who were cultured with a sense of environmental regard for the planet than the previous generations. These generations who grew up with recycling in the classroom; earth day celebrations; they were the generations who have embraced most of the green technology we have today; so it is no surprise that we are seeing large growth in this area. As they exercise their purchasing power, and combine that with their life style habits, you get a demanding market segment who wants more organic and green choices. It’s a trend companies like our welcome in the near future,” mentioned Burlum.

For more information about the World Green Energy Symposium go to www.wges.us

Professor Robert Gallagher and 4 Time Emmy Winner Jan Fox lead the 2015 WGES Event, which included Speakers and Guest from Industry and Government.

Extreme Energy Solutions Representatives were on hand to provide answers on how to lower harmful vehicle emissions and shared ideas on how to increase fuel efficiency.

Dr. O’Hare seen here with Mr. Lyons, Mr. Wells, Ms. Singleton, and Professor Gallagher, as Ms. O’Hare and CAUSE were honored with the 2015 WGES NOVA Award

Extreme Energy Solutions’ Popular New Green Cleaning Product, Extreme Kleaner, Is Now Available In Oregon And Wisconsin Locations

Extreme Kleaner, A Non-Toxic, Biodegradable All Purpose Cleaner Is Gaining Popularity Quickly And Is Now Offered in True Value and Ace Hardware Stores In Portland, Oregon and Madison, Wisconsin

Extreme Kleaner, a powerful new green cleaner is quickly appearing on the shelves of selected hardware stores, local retailers, and on-line shopping platforms due to its rising market demand. Extreme Kleaner is a new non-toxic, all purpose cleaner-degreaser that is biodegradable and safe to use around children and pets. This popular new eco-friendly cleaner is offered by a small environmental company based in Ogdensburg, New Jersey, Extreme Energy Solutions Inc.

Extreme Kleaner is gaining popularity quickly in the North East where it is manufactured and is offered in several True Value and Ace Hardware stores as well as various other retailers in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

And now, two Hankins True Value stores in Portland, Oregon have adopted the non-toxic cleaner, for offering to its customers. Hankins True Value located at 1720 SE Hawthorne Blvd has stocked the first round of Extreme Kleaner in a cardboard display complete with signs and brochures, while the Hankins True Value located at 3942 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd has also stocked the bottles on their shelves for purchase.

The popular green cleaner made its jump to the west coast when Extreme Energy Solutions Business Development Consultant, Barry Smith introduced the product to the True Value stores in Portland.

Smith was excited to see a product he uses every day deployed in his home state and noted, “My congratulations to Lois Hankins of Hankins True Value Hardware in Portland, Oregon. Lois owns two True Values in Portland and is very pleased to offer our Extreme Kleaner to her “green” patrons. I’ve never met a nicer, more dedicated person than Lois. She embodies the finest attributes of hard work and is dedicated to giving her customers the best service. True Value can be very proud of this partnership. Welcome aboard!”

Extreme Kleaner is also making its impact in the upper Mid-west, where the product can be found on the shelves of Ace Hardware Stores located in the Hilldale section of Madison, Wisconson and in Sauk City. Dorn True Value Hardware stores located on Midvale Ave in Madison and in Oregon, Wisconsin have offered the product on their sales floor for just over two months, and have done so with success. Extreme Kleaner has been featured in Natural Awakenings Magazine in the Southern Wisconsin/Madison territory, spurring off positive sales reviews in the area.

In fact, Extreme Kleaner has been receiving a warm welcome by consumers and retailers wherever it has been introduced. This could be because several similar products available in stores today are labeled “green”, yet still contain one or two toxic chemical ingredients.

Extreme Kleaner raises the bar by being 100% environmentally safe, completely bio-degradable and non-toxic. It is completely safe to use around pets and children which gives health-conscious consumers the peace of mind they desire.

And unlike many eco-friendly cleaners, Extreme Kleaner works exceptionally well at cutting grease, dirt and grime. It is ideal for almost every household cleaning chore and is also used in industrial and commercial applications with spectacular results as well.

“I sprayed the area with Extreme Kleaner, placed the shirt in the washer, and after the cycle had completed I pulled the shirt out of the washer and like magic, the black shoe polish was gone!” -Kenneth Newton, Jacksonville, FL.

Company representatives agree that quality control has been a big part of the growing marketing success. The product has been evaluated by the National Sanitation Foundation and has been deemed safe for use in food areas with NSF registration number 147501. It has an official listing in the NSF database with the category designation A1 and A8. The popular nationally syndicated TV program, Today In America with Terry Bradshaw has even featuredExtreme Kleaner and Extreme Energy Solutions on one episode of their program.

Another nice quality of this green cleaner is that it is made in the United States. Samuel Burlum, President and CEO of Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. has initiated a strict “made in the USA” policy to help promote local job and economic growth. The cleaner is made and packaged in New Jersey, just down the road from the head offices of Extreme Energy Solutions.

Extreme Kleaner is offered online through the product’s website, ExtremeKleaner.com as well as in the buy green cleaner section of Amazon.com. Many customers in the North East can grab a bottle at their local True Value or Ace Hardware store, and now due to the rising demand, people in Portland, Oregon and the Madison, Wisconsin area can do the same.