Wastewater treatment system contract awarded to PACT for poultry facilty in China

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HONG KONG, April 15, 2010 -- Euro Tech Holdings Company Limited today announced that its subsidiary, PACT Environmental Technology Company Ltd. ("PACT") has recently been awarded a contract by an U.S. company engaged in poultry business, worth about US$ 1.6 million. This contract covers design, supply, installation and commissioning of a (4,370 cubic meters per day) wastewater treatment system in Jiangsu, China.

About PACT
PACT Environmental Technology Co. Ltd., based in Shanghai, is a global provider of environmental solutions for industrial and municipal clients, focusing on water and wastewater treatment. Pact's capabilities cover design, manufacturing, sourcing, installation and servicing of water/wastewater treatment, water desalination plants and equipment. Euro Tech has recently increased its shareholding in Pact from 51% to 53%.

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