Executive Order Forges Agreements Between American Green Technology, Guest Associates, Inc.


American Green Technology® (AGT) has reached agreements with Guest Associates, Inc. (GAI) to market and distribute AGT’s Health Risk Management System (HRMS) to the Department of Defense (DoD), including the U.S. Army, the Navy and the Air Force. The agreement with GAI also covers the U.S. Department of Homeland Security including Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS), as well as the Department of Veterans Affairs, including the VA Hospitals.

The federal government is investing millions to fight against superbugs and airborne diseases as evidenced by President Obama’s executive order combatting antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

“The HRMS is disinfecting air and surfaces with UVGI, in occupied spaces -- all day, every day, 24/7,” says AGT's CEO Danny Bogar. “There is not a better deterrent in the war against Superbugs than UVGI technology. We believe the HRMS will become a key tool in the arsenal of this fight.”

“The HRMS is an excellent product at the right time,” says Michael Guest, CEO of GAI. “We have more than 37 years of opening doors for companies with innovative products to the departments within the federal government. GAI is uniquely positioned to add tremendous value to the AGT sales and distribution network.”

Source: American Green Technology® (AGT)

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