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October 13, 2010 10:46 ET

AXcess News: Florida Environmental Company Goes Global in Wastewater Treatment

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire - October 13, 2010) -  Florida-based Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (OTCBB: EVTN), an environmental company that gained notoriety during the BP oil spill, has gone global through a marketing agreement with an Italian company that serves the water treatment sector.

Under the terms of the agreement, Impresa Metalmeccanica & Carpenterie has purchased two of EVTN's commercial Voraxial fluid separators with marketing rights in Italy for a one-year period. The initial order encompassed Voraxial 2000 and 4000 models, though prices were not disclosed.

The Voraxial separator is the brainchild of Enviro Voraxial Technology's founder, Alberto Di Bella, whose company's roots are founded in aeronautical precision manufacturing responsible for precision machining for numerous industries including defense contracting, aerospace, automotive and healthcare that began in the 1980s. Di Bella's fluid separator generates a vortex flow of fluids which separates liquids by density, making it simple to segregate materials for efficient recovery. EVTN's newest models can also handle large G-force flow capable of cleaning millions of gallons of wastewater per day in an efficient and economical manner.

It's that efficiency that caught the eye of BP during the Gulf oil spill disaster that brought national media attention to EVTN. Unfortunately by the time BP got around to testing an EVTN Voraxial unit no spills were seen in the area of coastal waters their equipment was to be tested upon, though BP engineers nevertheless praised Di Bella's company for its remarkable achievement.

That achievement has not gone undetected by the $430 billion global wastewater treatment industry and Enviro Voraxial Technology is set to debut and demonstrate its patented Voraxial separators at the upcoming Clean Gulf Training and Exhibition on October 19-20 in Tampa, Florida where Di Bella will most likely be center stage with major oil companies.

The wastewater sector as a whole is seen as a $430 billion industry worldwide, according to the McIlvaine Company, one of the world's leading environmental engineering research providers. In a report issued on the global wastewater industry, McIlvaine said "wastewater treatment would grow at a 7% annual pace and reach $430 billion by 2010." But with the recent Gulf oil spill disaster few resources proved efficient to handle such large volumes of oil cleanup, though Di Bella's Voraxial separator clearly fits into both emergency recovery planning and onsite use on oil rigs. But its applications are more far reaching than that, says Impresa Metalmeccanica & Carpenterie President Roberto Piroli, "We already have customers interested in the technology... there is a tremendous need for the Voraxial."

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