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CEO Kosmas Galtos Presents to the Capital Markets in Sydney
CEO Kosmas Galtos Presents to the Capital Markets in Sydney
Sydney, Aug 10, 2011 (ABN Newswire) - Environmental Clean Technologies (ASX:ESI) is in the business of commercialising and selling disruptive technologies that have game-changing potential within the energy and resources sector capable of delivering significant environmental and commercial benefits.

CEO Kosmas Galtos presented to the Capital Markets in Sydney on Monday 8th August to an audience of analysts, brokers, institutions and investors.

Watch the Webcast:
http://www.abnnewswire.net/press/en/68928/Kos-Galtos


About Environmental Clean Technologies Ltd

Environmental Clean Technologies LimitedEnvironmental Clean Technologies Limited (ASX:ECT) is in the business of commercialising leading-edge coal and iron making technologies, which are capable of delivering financial and environmental benefits.

We are focused on advancing a portfolio of technologies, which have significant market potential globally.

ECT's business plan is to pragmatically commercialise these technologies and secure sustainable, profitable income streams through licencing and other commercial mechanisms.

  



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Kos Galtos
Chief Executive
Tel: +61-3-9684-0888
Email: info@ectltd.com.au


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