Mobile frac water recycling system to treat produced water in Denver-Julesburg Basin

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DENVER, CO, June 16, 2010 -- Produced Water Solutions Inc., ("PWS") a technology driven water purification and services provider to the Oil and Gas Industry, announced that it has been awarded a multi-year contract for its produced water recycling mobile treatment system that will be operated in the Denver-Julesburg Basin of Colorado.

Produced water recycling provides many benefits to Oil & Gas Exploration companies by reducing their operating costs while mitigating potential environmental impacts of production. PWS has developed mobile treatment systems that treat contaminated production water and enable its customers to recycle and reuse this water in the fracturing process thereby minimizing the amount of fresh water resources used.

George Kast, Founder and CEO of PWS stated, "We are pleased that this major producer has selected our mobile treatment technology and system over competing companies. We are in discussions with multiple producers in numerous basins throughout the U.S. to deploy our mobile treatment technology under multi-year contracts."

About Produced Water Solutions
Produced Water Solutions Inc. is a Colorado based private company which provides water treatment and recycling services through its innovative technologies, focused on the Oil and Gas Markets. The company utilizes its proprietary technologies and service programs to increase operating efficiencies and reduce disposal costs through comprehensive produced water management and disposal solutions.

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