Seychelle joins Haiti relief efforts

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• Receives orders for over 45,000 portable water filtration systems

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, CA, Feb. 1, 2010 -- Seychelle Water Filtration Products, a DBA of Seychelle Environmental Technologies Inc. (OTCBB:SYEV), a worldwide leader in the development, manufacture and sale of proprietary portable water filtration bottles announced today that it has received over $500,000 in orders for portable water filtration bottles, pumps, bags and replacement filters for Haiti relief efforts.

Carl Palmer, President and CEO of Seychelle, said, "We have been contacted by quite a few humanitarian, first responder and faith-based organizations about the availability of certain of our portable water filtration systems for transport to Haiti to meet the urgent need for potable water. Among the products going down to meet the crisis are the 28 oz Flip Top Bottle with our advanced filter with BIOSAFE® which reduces virus and bacteria to 99.9999%. The bottle can be used with any kind of water except salt, and delivers up to 100 gallons of pure fresh water which is equal to 757 half liters of bottled water."

Additional products being transported to Haiti are Seychelles' Pure Water Pump and Pure Water Bag. The Pump has an extension capability to several feet and can be used to pull up and purify water from just about any source; a pool, pond, lake, river, stream, crevice, puddle or rain water. The Pure Water Bag holds one and one half gallons of water; can be hung from a tree limb, car door or any structure off the ground -- and delivers about 5 gallons of pure water every hour all day long! It is ideal for larger families especially in the current disaster area. Filters for both of these products incorporate Seychelles' advanced micron technology and BIOSAFE® antimicrobial media.

Mr. Palmer went on to say "that we are getting calls everyday from various groups interested in supporting the people in Haiti who recognize that without clean, pure, safe drinking water; people there are at great risk of getting water borne diseases and not hydrating properly which can result in their death."

About Seychelle Environmental Technologies Inc.
Seychelle Environmental Technologies Inc. is a worldwide leader in the development, manufacture and sale of a proprietary filtration system for portable water bottles. With Seychelle portable water filtration, consumers can drink great tasting, pure water from a variety of sources with complete confidence that only Seychelle can provide -- the tap; rivers, streams, ponds or creeks. The proprietary Seychelle Ionic Adsorption Micron Filter with BIOSAFE® has been tested extensively by Independent Government laboratories in the US and throughout the world to strict EPA/ANSI protocols and NSF Standards 42 and 53. For more information, please visit www.seychelle.com or call (949) 234-1999.

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