January 14, 2010 11:56 ET

Environmental Infrastructure Holdings Subsidiary Announces Appointment of President and CEO

23-Year Industry Veteran Tapped to Assume Key Leadership Role

WEST BABYLON, NY--(Marketwire - January 14, 2010) - Environmental Infrastructure Holdings f/k/a Xiom Corp. (OTCBB: XMCP) announced today the appointment of James Weber as president and chief executive officer of its wholly owned subsidiary Xiom Corp., effective immediately.

James Weber is a seasoned executive that joins Xiom Corp. with over 23 years of management and technical expertise in the thermal spray industry. Mr. Weber spent the bulk of his extensive career at Sulzer Metco (formerly Metco Perkin-Elmer), the largest global thermal spray company. During his 20-year tenure at the Company he served in a variety of engineering and management roles. Most recently, Mr. Weber was operations manager at Precision Pipeline Solutions, working with large electrical and gas utilities such as Consolidated Edison and National Grid, supplying them with corrosion control coating solutions. Mr. Weber holds several patents related to thermal spray technologies.

Mr. Weber is an active member of NACE International (National Association of Corrosion Engineers). Through his affiliation with NACE, Mr. Weber has been promoting the passage of H.R. 3462, the "Corrosion Prevention Act of 2009," which will provide the energy industry with a tax credit for costs associated with preventing or mitigating the corroding of metals.

Michael Parrish, Chairman of Environmental Infrastructure Holdings, commented, "Jim Weber brings over two decades of engineering, management and industry expertise to the team. Jim's considerable experience should prove invaluable as we move to optimize Xiom's existing technology and intellectual property in order to more fully penetrate the powder coating market.

"Fortifying our senior ranks with key executives, managing costs and driving continuous improvement of quality are crucial to Xiom's future success. Jim's extensive experience and technical proficiency pertaining to the industry will play a vital role in the Company's success as we meet the challenges and new opportunities of the coming years."

About Environmental Infrastructure Holdings Corp.

Environmental Infrastructure Holdings (EIHC) is the parent company of various environmental manufacturing, engineering and services companies. Currently, EIHC has two subsidiaries Equisol, LLC and Xiom Corp. as well as investments in various joint ventures and partnerships.

Recognized in 2008 by INC Magazine as the 7th fastest growing private environmental services company in America, Equisol, LLC, is a unique equipment solutions provider specializing in the water and wastewater industry. Its team of top-rated engineers specializes in automation equipment and services across multiple industries where water use and automation are important.

Xiom Corp. is a technology company focused on the delivery of plastic powder coatings at on-site locations utilizing its proprietary XIOM 1000 System. The Company's unique coating process can be applied without use of an oven to cure the coating, and can be applied to most substrates in addition to the metal substrate to which powder coatings are traditionally applied in a factory.

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