SSWM awarded remediation contract in Mexico

Sub-Surface Waste Management of Delaware Inc. has received and will commence a new contract with potential total project value up to US$1 million, with a confidential company with operations in Mexico, to remediate sub surface soils, upgrade toxic material handling equipment and housekeeping procedures at this active production facility site...

Dec 29th, 2004

CARLSBAD, CA, Dec. 28, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Sub-Surface Waste Management of Delaware Inc. has received and will commence a new contract with potential total project value up to US$1 million, with a confidential company with operations in Mexico, to remediate sub surface soils, upgrade toxic material handling equipment and housekeeping procedures at this active production facility site.

"This client sought our early involvement to reduce the expense and delays inherent in pursuing conventional cleanup remedies," said SSWM president Bruce Beattie. "SSWM had previously completed a site investigation contract to engineer a remedial plan using proprietary microbial blends to bioremediate the constituents of concern inadvertently released.

Beattie added, "SSWM licensed U.S. Patented systems deliver and maintain a bio-reaction beneath the facility floor and remediate excavated soils using the Bio-Raptor treatment system, turning toxics into harmless carbon dioxide and water. The microbial blends used are natural "non-genetically" engineered and approved as safe by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and are approved and registered in Mexico with SEMARNAT through Grupo Bartlett, S.A. de C.V. "

About Sub-Surface Waste Management
A subsidiary of U.S. Microbics (www.bugsatwork.com/19.asp), Sub-Surface Waste Management of Delaware Inc. provides comprehensive civil and environmental engineering project management services including specialists to design, permit, build and operate environmental waste clean-up treatment systems using conventional, biological and filtration technologies. SSWM is capitalizing on its expertise and technology by forming strategic alliances and joint ventures with well-established engineering firms.

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