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San Diego Fire Department Adopts MFB CitroTech(R) Fire Inhibitor

General Enterprise Ventures, Inc. (OTC:GEVI), San Diego Fire-Rescue Department has adopted GEVI subsidiary Mighty Fire Breaker's EPA award-winning MFB-31-CitroTech fire chemistry for proactive wildfire defense.

CHEYENNE, WY / ACCESSWIRE / February 7, 2024 / San Diego Fire & Rescue (SDFR) is using Mighty Fire Breaker CitroTech® to help mitigate the constant threat of wildfires, officials announced today.

"The threat of wildfires is a significant concern for San Diego Fire & Rescue," said Anthony Tosca, Deputy Chief Fire Marshall, San Diego Fire Department. "Fire knows no boundaries," he said. "It affects our state, nation, and national health."

"We believe MFB CitroTech® is accredited as the safest fire retardant and fire inhibitor available anywhere," said Joshua Ralston, MFB CEO. "We're excited to be EPA's Safer Choice Partner of the Year, and we believe, given the need for our product, we can expect many wildfire-prone areas will soon be using our patented technology."

"San Diego FR adopted us only a few months ago after EPA awarded us the Safer Choice Partner of the Year," said Steve Conboy, MFB CitroTech®'s founder, chief technologist, and inventor. "SDFD has partnered to use CitroTech® as our earliest supporter," Conboy said.

Conboy said MFB CitroTech® is a paradigm shift for Fire Departments to use fire-retardant products that are not the subject of toxic chemical lawsuits by concerned conservationists. "Steve spent many years perfecting the technology and educating the fire industry on our unequaled patented technology," Ralston said. "CitroTech® is kid- and pet-friendly and safe for use around our homes."

CitroTech®, a food-grade chemistry that prevents and stops fires from burning, "is a revolution a long time coming," Tosca said. "We must continually reassess our fire mitigation effectiveness and seek new and innovative ways to mitigate the wildfire threat," he said. "We have a duty to find ways to make our communities more resilient, defensible, and insurable. San Diego Fire & Rescue would be remiss not to take advantage of this emerging technology."

Officials said CitroTech® will be available to SDFR units beginning in February 2024.

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