SOURCE: Bio Solutions Manufacturing, Inc.

August 27, 2009 00:01 ET

Bio Solutions Manufacturing, Inc. Signs LOI With EC Grease Collection Systems, Inc.

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - August 27, 2009) - Bio Solutions Manufacturing, Inc. (OTCBB: BSOM) (FRANKFURT: B10206) -- In the next step of its roll-out planning, Bio Solutions Manufacturing, Inc. announced today that it had signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with EC Grease Collection Systems, Inc. of Wilmington, North Carolina, confirming their intention to provide collected liquid brown trap grease from food service facilities throughout North and South Carolina for delivery into BSOM's planned local conversion site.

"Collecting liquid brown trap grease from commercial food service facilities is what we do -- delivering it for conversion into bio-diesel is a big added-value for both environmentalists and municipalities," said Mr. Tom Reeves, owner of EC Grease Collection Systems, Inc.

Mr. Reeves added: "Rather than incinerating or disposing of the grease in landfills, our partnering with BSOM will permit this waste to be used as bio-diesel fuel -- which is not only environmentally friendly, it is supplied from local sources rather than from overseas."

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