SOURCE: Bio Solutions Manufacturing, Inc.

November 04, 2009 06:00 ET

Bio Solutions Manufacturing Proposed Acquisition Complies With Government Mandates

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - November 4, 2009) - Bio Solutions Manufacturing, Inc. (OTCBB: BSOM) (FRANKFURT: B10206) is acquiring B&A International's,, Intellectual Property Rights with an agreed combination of cash and stock. All its acquired products now comply with all EPA, OSHA, DOT and DOE program requirements, and are jointly certified by the US/Canadian Departments of Defense. Furthermore, B&A's proprietary technology CCT (Complete Combustion Technology) has been registered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (Reg. No. 2011-20008) and deemed a-similar to fuels for the bulk treatment of motor fuels in the U.S. In addition B&A products are in partnership with the EPA SmartWay Transport Partnership Program for a cleaner environment.

Complete Combustion Technology (CCT), a formulation of naturally occurring enzymes which helps promote a more complete combustion of fuels in internal combustion engines, allows producers of bio-diesel fuel to produce high quality bio-fuels (biodiesel or ethanol), reducing the existing barriers in competition with fossil fuels by drastically reducing the formation of NOx attributed to biodiesels and the increase of hydrocarbon emission attributed to ethanol.

Until recently, bio-fuel gelling in cold weather climates and overall performance constraints has limited its marketability. CCT addresses these issues and works with all diesel fuels. Specifically, it prevents fuel-filters from becoming plugged with wax and residues and prevents gelling without the need to blend in mineral diesel fuel or jet fuel (kerosene).

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This document contains discussion of items that may constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Although the company believes the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurances that its expectations will be achieved. Factors that could cause actual results to differ from expectations include, but are not limited to, lack of operating history and experience in the biodiesel market, history of losses, lack of employees, risks in maintaining intellectual property, fluctuations in biodiesel fuel and energy prices, competition from other alternative energy sources, lack of working capital, debt obligations, disputes with the company's distributor and affiliated parties, litigation, general economic conditions in markets in which the company does business, extensive environmental and workplace regulation by federal and state agencies, other general risks related to its common stock, and other uncertainties and business issues that are detailed in its filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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