PALM BEACH, FL--(Marketwired - Jun 26, 2017) - Q2Power Technologies Inc. (
Q2, through its Q2Earth division, seeks to become a leading manufacturer of compost and engineered soils from recycled waste for the agriculture, horticulture, construction and infrastructure sectors through a plan of acquisitions, strategic alliances and organic growth. The company also recently launched a new website at www.Q2Earth.com which provides more information about its new direction, market opportunity and growth strategy. Q2Earth is the working name of the company's compost and soil manufacturing division.
About Q2Power: Q2Power, through its Q2Earth division, seeks to become a leading manufacturer of compost and engineered soils from recycled waste for the agriculture, horticulture, construction and infrastructure sectors. Through a plan of acquisitions, strategic alliances, and organic growth focused on creating and marketing quality beneficial reuse end products, Q2 seeks to build the preeminent compost and soil company in North America. The Company recently completed the first phase of a bridge financing that will expedite this business plan and operational transition, and has begun to wind-down its previous waste-to-energy R&D operations. Q2 has recently regained "current filing" company status and OTCQB listing.
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