CHEMICO International awarded water conservation project in Turkey

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CORPUS CHRISTI, TX, Aug. 11, 2009 -- CHEMICO International Inc. announced today it has been awarded the HiCycler "Green" Technology Water Conservation Process Project by HABAS A. S. headquartered in Istanbul, Turkey for their HABAS Steel Mill Power Plant Condenser Cooling Water System located in Aliaga-IZMIR, Turkey.

HABAS is Turkey's No. 1 Iron & Steel Exporter. Also, the HABAS Group is active in Industrial & Medical Gases, Power Generation, LPG, Engineering & Construction, Banking & Finance and Natural Gas Distribution.

CHEMICO offers a patented HiCycler Process that eliminates the blowdown in high hardness, silica and iron cooling water systems saving millions of gallons of water for their customers. This innovative HiCycler "Green" Technology Process provides greater latitude in operating control parameters creating major cost savings in both cooling water make-up and cooling water blowdown which impacts the system performance and overall total costs of operation.

About CHEMICO International Inc.
CHEMICO International Inc. is a commodity and specialty chemical company specializing in Raw Water, Steam Generation, Cooling Water and Waste Water Treatment Chemicals for the Oil & Gas, Refining, Petrochemical, Chemical, Steel, Automotive, Food & Beverage Industries and Institutions Worldwide. For more information, please visit our website at www.chemico.com or contact J.L. (Buddy) Kingston, Jr., Vice President Sales & Marketing, at 1-361-883-8255 or 1-832-622-3627 or buddy@chemico.com.

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