BlueStar Opening New Blu-ray Plants in Europe and America, Announces Other Major Initiatives

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BlueStar is creating new jobs and technology direction in America and Europe even as other companies are cutting jobs.

With fresh funding from European partners, BlueStar Technologies Founder and CEO Erick Hansen has announced the planned opening of the BlueStar Rome plant to manufacture Blue-ray discs for the continent and UK.

The plant is set to open this summer and is said to be the largest and most green friendly of its kind in western Europe. "We believe that new technology and opportunity goes' hand in hand, and that bio ethics are the key to global energy and environmental issues -- sustainability," says Hansen. "This is the soul of our mission."

He is also dealing with the piracy issue directly. BluStar has come up with a hybrid Blu-ray disc, codenamed Project Blue book, which he claims will be pirate proof, will deliver data faster and have a larger capacity than current Blu-ray disc.

In December, the Company reached a settlement of litigation filed by the California Department of Corporations in June 2008 alleging violations concerning the Company's sales of securities in California. Hansen said, "We are pleased to settle this matter and thank the California Department of Corporations for their assistance."

Hansen is looking at plans for a new U.S. facility, with a focus on two locations and demographics: California and Montana. This new facility is said to be to revolutionary in it's application of bio-ethics and green technology.

Hansen went on to say, "By creating and developing new opportunities in eco friendly and bio sustainable technologies, job and economic growth is inevitable."

"I believe there is a myth and a mythology now, about the surrender in this country. We are simply handing over our most valuable features in regards to technology and manufacturing to the competition by outsourcing and sending work and jobs overseas. This must stop," stated Hansen.

His bio-ethics theme goes further. "I realized, that by working with the earth instead of against it. I can increase the efficiency of business and our chance of success in the American economy by bringing jobs sharing this technology with America and Europe. We have an overall package here with a strategy to brings jobs back to the West."

In closing, Hansen's remarked "Hey, maybe it's time to think about America again."

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