Greener BeeGreen ElectronicsGTSO Initiates Talks with Leading Chilean E-Waste Recycler


Only a day after signing a letter of intent (LOI) to acquire U.S.-based
e-waste recycler Global Cellphone Buyers, Green Technology Solutions
(GTSO) mining subsidiary GTSO Resources announced today that it
has opened talks with another electronics recycler in the nation of

“This company in Chile is a promising new target that’s been brought to
us by our business consultants at CCI Capital SpA,” said GTSO CEO Paul
Watson. “It’s been selected as a Technology Pioneer by the World
Economic Forum for its leadership in the Latin American urban mining
industry, and we’re excited to discuss possible partnering
opportunities. We’ll release more information on this company once a
non-disclosure agreement and LOI can be worked out.”

Chile has been a major focus of GTSO’s efforts to expand its urban
mining footprint due to its high rate of industrialization, affordable
labor and local business connections with CCI Capital. Today, more than
95 percent of Chileans have a mobile phone. These phones have an average
life span of less than two years, and a huge market is developing in
Chile and around the world to keep the highly valuable and highly toxic
materials used to build them out of landfills.

Urban mining is a major pillar of GTSO’s plans to compete alongside
major international corporations striving for sustainable manufacturing
solutions, such as Sprint Nextel Corp. (NYSE: S) and Toyota Motor
Corporation (NYSE: TM). The company is also exploring traditional mining
opportunities in the U.S. and Africa through its joint venture with Diamond
V Associates

About Green Technology Solutions, Inc.

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is a growth-oriented company exploring rare earth minerals and precious
metals production around the world. To learn more, please visit our
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