BioFriendly Corp. and Green Plus: A Critical Look
Here's what BioFriendly Corp. doesn't want you to know about the company and
its product, Green Plus.
WFAA TV-8 and Dallas Morning News Expose BioFriendly Corporation
- February 10, 2006: Corporate
battle clouds clean-air initiative, Dallas Morning News.
- February 10, 2006 (WFAA TV-8 Part 1): Questions over
state-approved fuel additive. Video, Transcript
- February 11, 2006 (WFAA TV-8 Part 2): Fuel additive claims don't add up.
- February 16, 2006 (WFAA TV-8 Part 3): EPA probes diesel additive.
- February 17, 2006 (WFAA TV-8): Fuel additive investigation update. Video,
Green Plus Is Mostly Rubbing Alcohol
BioFriendly's extreme dilution claims (a few ounces of GreenPlus is
supposedly enough to treat many gallons of diesel fuel) are
reminiscent of homeopathy, a pseudo-science nicely debunked in this
- BioFriendly's own Materials Safety
Data Sheet for Green Plus indicates that the product is 95%
- Isopropanol, also
known as 2-propanol or isopropyl alcohol, is the chemical name for
- WFAA-TV ordered an independent analysis of Green Plus and their
lab results showed that
it is 99.5% rubbing alcohol .
BioFriendly and the Scientology Cult
More BioFriendly Shenanigans
- Googlebombing attempt: BioFriendly has created a bunch of link
farm sites, all cross-linked together, in a attempt to raise their
search engine ranking and crowd out critical information. Here are
some of the domains: biofriendly-texas.com, green-plus-texas.com,
biofriendly-green-plus.com, and our favorite,
biofriendly-is-no-scam.com. These are registered to Noel C. Carroll.
- Nanotechnology claims (blatant bull-puckey): Sample 1,
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