N-Viro signs second agreement with Tohopekaliga Water Authority for biosolids processing

N-Viro International Corporation, an environmental and materials operating company that owns patented technologies to convert various types of waste into beneficial reuse products, including N-Viro Soil™ and the renewable biofuel N-Viro Fuel™, has received an additional purchase order from the Tohopekaliga Water Authority ("TWA")...

TOLEDO, OH, Dec. 10, 2008 -- N-Viro International Corporation, an environmental and materials operating company that owns patented technologies to convert various types of waste into beneficial reuse products, including N-Viro Soil™ and the renewable biofuel N-Viro Fuel™, has received an additional purchase order from the Tohopekaliga Water Authority ("TWA").

The one-year agreement, valued at nearly $1 million, is an extension of the agreement signed in June 2008 and provides for N-Viro's wholly-owned subsidiaries, Florida N-Viro, LP and Bio Mineral Transportation, LLC, to transport and process biosolids from TWA. Since June, N-Viro has transported product from TWA's South Bermuda Water Reclamation Facility to its N-Viro facility in Daytona Beach, Florida, and has processed the biosolids to achieve Class AA standards as required by Florida regulations. The end product, which is safe and easy to use, has been sold locally as N-Viro Soil. Including TWA, N-Viro's Daytona Beach facility services 12 municipalities and processes approximately 350 tons of biosolids per day, about half of the facility's capacity.

Timothy Kasmoch, CEO and President of N-Viro International said, "The signing of the new purchase order and extension of our agreement with TWA underscores the success that we have had since we began working together back in June. As a result of our strengthened relationship with TWA, we are able to explore with them additional opportunities that utilize the implementation of our new technologies."

Kasmoch concluded, "With the recent transformation of our business model to that of an operating company, our team continues to explore relationships with new customers - both municipalities as well as private companies - to provide cost-effective solutions to convert various types of waste into beneficial reuse products."

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