SSWM to deploy technology in Florida where hurricane recovery, rapid development spur cleanup opportunity

Sub-Surface Waste Management of Delaware Inc. (SSWM) recently entered into a strategic teaming alliance with Coastal Engineering Consultants Inc. (CEC) of Naples, Fla., to identify and develop both "brownfield" and "greenfield" real estate properties for owners and sellers as well as infrastructure cleanup at coastal Ports and Harbor facilities throughout the state...

CARLSBAD, CA, Dec. 2, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Sub-Surface Waste Management of Delaware Inc. (SSWM) recently entered into a strategic teaming alliance with Coastal Engineering Consultants Inc. (CEC) of Naples, Fla., to identify and develop both "brownfield" and "greenfield" real estate properties for owners and sellers as well as infrastructure cleanup at coastal Ports and Harbor facilities throughout the state.

SSWM president Bruce Beattie stated, "The engineers at CEC bring over 27 years of market presence and experience in Florida and provide SSWM with front-end access to a wide variety of project opportunities using our patented suite of biotechnology solutions and water treatment technology. Strict environmental laws, challenged environmental resources, long-term state-wide rapid economic development and hurricane recovery expenditures have conspired to create an excellent new market opportunity for SSWM services."

For more information on CEC go to: www.coastalengineering.com/index2.html

About Sub-Surface Waste Management
A subsidiary of Carlsbad-based U.S. Microbics (www.bugsatwork.com), 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. It has offices in Littleton, Colo., and Charleston, S.C.

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