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Clean Marine Systems appointed Bob Greenberg president, chief operating officer and partner, the company announced.

Clean Marine Systems is expanding its product range with several new components for the marine industry to comply with EPA/CARB regulations that will go into effect as early as July 2011.

Greenberg will create strategic alliances and prepare for the "leap in growth that is forecast for 2011 and beyond," the company said in a statement. He will be in charge of all business matters, including the initiation of a technical service team to support the entry of the company's new product line.

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