Tyler Joins EarthClean as Sales Executive for Minn. Region

St. Paul, Minn. (July 6, 2011) – EarthClean Corporation, a Minnesota-based company, announced today that JoAnn Tyler has joined the company as sales executive for the Minnesota region. Tyler will report to Scott Bocklund, EarthClean President. Prior to joining EarthClean, Tyler was a sales representative in Minnesota and western Wisconsin for a fire equipment distributor. Since 2001, she has also served as a firefighter with the Chanhassen Fire Department in Chanhassen, Minn.

“We are very pleased to announce that JoAnn Tyler has joined the EarthClean team to handle direct sales to fire departments in the Minnesota region,” said Doug Ruth, EarthClean Corporation founder and CEO. “JoAnn’s skill set – including strong sales territory management, in-depth industry knowledge and more than ten years of real world experience as a firefighter – will be tremendous assets for our company.”

Tyler will be responsible for sales and customer support with fire departments and other organizations in the Minnesota region. Tyler holds Minnesota Fire Service Certification, a First Responder Certification from the Minnesota Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board and a HAZMAT Specialist Certification. She has completed firefighter protection training courses at Hennepin Technical College and undergraduate studies at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, Minn.

About EarthClean Corporation: EarthClean Corporation is a Minnesota-based company with a mission to develop and introduce emerging and innovative clean technologies. The company's first product, TetraKO water enhancer, transforms ordinary water into an adhering aqueous solution to enhance firefighter safety through quicker knockdown, longer-lasting fire suppression and reduced rekindling. TetraKO has been certified non-toxic and "ready biodegradable", the highest possible rating, by an accredited, independent research lab. TetraKO is also certified to be non-toxic to water, fish, plants and mammals by independent research organizations. Visit www.tetraKO.com for more information.

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