Graphite Innovation & Technologies Launches an Awareness Pilot Program

Dartmouth, Canada, May 13, 2021 – Graphite Innovation and Technologies Inc. (GIT) is pleased to announce that it has launched a sustainable awareness program for our environmentally friendly marine coating, XGIT_Fuel. Our objective is quite simple: to create visibility and awareness of the use of harmful coatings in Canadian waters and how newer products help stop the leaching of toxins into the environment. 

The program will only select 10 boat owners wanting to use a nontoxic marine/hull coating that will increase the overall performance such as reduced fuel consumption and boost speed through the water. 

“We are very excited to offer this awareness program. Our lakes and oceans need to be treated in the most sustainable way possible. With access to modern environmentally friendly products, it is disquieting to see ships and boats with toxic copper paints in our waters,” said GIT GEO Mo AlGermozi.

The pilot program is a strategic initiative for GIT and we assure you, not part of a sales program. GIT is offering successful recipients access to materials/technology and production application at a significantly reduced cost. Our interests lie in the real-world evaluation of our product line and the collection of testimonials from boat owners. It really is that simple. 

“The Government of Canada’s Quiet Vessel Initiative is working to address the impacts of underwater vessel noise, but we know we can’t do it alone. Working with Canadian companies, including Graphite Innovation and Technologies, means that Canada’s approach to marine safety and underwater noise continues to evolve to be as innovative and effective at protecting the ocean environment and vulnerable marine species as Canadians expect.”

~The Honourable Omar Alghabra, Minister of Transport

How it Works

Applications are being accepted on an ongoing basis, with an end date of June 30th. Fill out this quick form and we will get back to you within 24 hours. We also encourage you to reach out to us if we have piqued your interest and you have questions.


  • Passionate about reducing harmful toxins in the marine environment
  • Looking to spread awareness on the negative impacts of underwater radiated noise
  • Looking to increase vessel performance
  • Willing to work with our team to provide feedback on the performance of the product

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