In the 1950s, the United States had a national obsession with the industrial chemical and rubber dyes that were used to paint many surfaces.
These dyes were highly reactive, and the resulting oil and gas and plastic products that we used as paints were toxic.
Many Americans stopped using these dyes entirely after World War II, and they haven’t reappeared since.
Now, the Industrial Greener Industry (IGI) is using industrial greener paint to make products that are more sustainable, and more effective, according to a recent report from the IGI.
The IGI has partnered with major automotive companies like Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, and Porsche to develop greener automotive paints, and to test their greener alternatives.
The companies are testing their greeter paints on more than 2,500 cars, trucks, SUVs, and sport utility vehicles in Europe, North America, and Australia.
The goal is to test greener paints on all of these vehicles and then sell the greener products through the IGIs own network of distributors.
It’s hoped that by using these greener, less toxic paints, we can create greener industries that will support the country, the environment, and our workers.
The greener car paint is already available through IGI distributors.
But the greeter paint can also be purchased online and in the local automotive paint shops, and we are working with manufacturers like GM, Ford, and Audi to provide more efficient greeter pigments and a greeter filter.
The GE logo is displayed above the logo for the IG’s green paint supplier.
The company is also testing greeter coatings for their greenery products, including the GE logo.