SOURCE: Enzyme Environmental Solutions Inc.

December 01, 2008 14:00 ET

Enzyme Environmental Solutions Cleans the Slate With Startup Investors

EESO Takes Measures to Increase Company Financials and Enhance Communications With Shareholders

FORT WAYNE, IN--(Marketwire - December 1, 2008) - Since Spring of 2008, many steps have been taken to clear a path for Enzyme Environmental Solutions (PINKSHEETS: EESO) global growth strategy which has been met enthusiastically by its associates and shareholders including recent interest in the company's formulas and technologies in odor remediation and conversion of auto residue/fluff into fuel-oil. This, in addition to the interest received on its products for both household and industrial use, has helped further define the company's expansion strategies; however, these steps being in their developmental stages have also caused investors to speculate on the direction the company may be taking.

CEO/President Jared Hochstedler comments, "Much of the speculation and rumors found circulating among shareholders and even directly through our IR as of late is due to the recent issuance of 450 million shares by the company and I want to set the record straight because we have a lot of loyal, long-term investors that have been with us as an integral part of our growth as a whole as well as some new investors that have taken notice of our progress as of late and our overall initiative. The shares that were released over the past three weeks or so were part of an agreement with funding sources from 3-5 years back that helped me get this company off the ground. With everything we have coming down the pike, it's time to make good on those toward collective benefit. As well, there were companies that EESO had liabilities with regarding some of the warehouse equipment and about 200 million shares were released to a party which I cannot divulge yet due to the fact that we are still in negotiations with, but this deal should serve as a major coup for EESO and its shareholders. I want to say firsthand there are no plans for a reverse split and that all shares that have been issued were done so on a restricted basis and issued at a minimum of 5 times the market value at the time issued."

Further, Hochstedler announced that EESO will call Investment Nation ( home as its official investment board for shareholders to share facts, due diligence and investment ideas. "There are too many rumor mongers, many of them paid by third party sources on other boards," says Bill White, VP of Sales and Operations. "We have done significant due diligence on Investment Nation, and them on us, and find them to have a philosophy that supports micro-cap companies, OTCs, Pink Sheets and the like to best benefit both the companies and the shareholders with increased communication."

Jeffrey Montagne, CEO of Investment Nation states, "Investment Nation was built to provide a forum for new and experienced investors to gather and share market information in a clean and professional environment. The site is designed to be user friendly and simple, allowing investors to get the market information they need quickly and easily. Everything about the site was put together based on investors needs. Investment Nation limits the stock pumping and bashing found on other investment forums along with cracking down on paid bashers and stock promoters. We look forward to servicing EESO shareholders in allowing for healthy discussion regarding the company while monitoring the boards carefully for irrelevant or unsubstantiated bashing." Further, Investment Nation is committed, as agreed by Hochstedler, to facilitate a monthly interview with Hochstedler based directly on investor/shareholder questions posted on the site. The first interview is scheduled tentatively for December 11, 2008 and questions, comments, etc. are welcome at any time on the company's page on Investment Nation on or before December 11. Montagne is passionate about facilitating interviews for the companies on his site: "Stock message boards are the backbone of the stock markets. Prices rise and fall because of them. Just think, what if everyone knew that you were doing interviews once a month, your company page had a lot of useful shareholder information and the stock chat was fair and presentable to your company?"

Hochstedler adds, "This will be done, again, on a monthly basis toward facilitating healthy discussion of the company's objectives and positions so that we can maintain smooth communication with our shareholders as we strive to exceed their every expectation with our global strategy as we finish off 2008 and enter into 2009."

Safe Harbor: This release may contain forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Statements contained in this release that are not historical facts may be deemed to be forward-looking statements. Investors are cautioned that forward-looking statements are inherently uncertain. Actual performance and results may differ materially from that projected or suggested herein due to certain risks and uncertainties including, without limitation, ability to obtain financing and regulatory and shareholder approvals for anticipated actions.

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