SOURCE: EnviroXtract, Inc.

EnviroXtract, Inc.

September 22, 2011 07:00 ET

EnviroXtract Continues Stock Restructuring and Plans Environmental Cleanup of Mining Tailings

EDMOND, OK--(Marketwire - Sep 22, 2011) - EnviroXtract, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: EVXA) reinforces its commitment to restructure the Company's stock by further reducing the number of issued and outstanding Common shares. An additional 1.925 billion shares of its Common stock have been voluntarily surrendered to the Company for cancellation. This initiative by Management has thus far reduced the Company's total issued and outstanding Common stock by 5.925 billion shares during August and September.

In relocating its gold and silver ore processing equipment and operations to Arizona, it seems a natural progression of the Company's environmental focus to consider the mitigation and cleanup of mining tailings in Arizona and the western mining states. Management recognizes the potential for producing significant revenues and profits from participating with the EPA and mining companies in removing cyanide and other toxic chemicals from the vast amounts of mining tailings left abandoned in the western U.S. Supplemental revenue streams could also be generated from the leftover gold, silver, arsenic, mercury, lead, and other metals extracted from these mining tailings. The Company's recent decision to relocate its ore extraction and refining operations to Arizona may prove monumental in fulfilling this business strategy.

According to the EPA: "Mining activities in the United States (not counting coal) produce between 1 and 2 billion tons of mine waste annually... Over 130,000 of these non-coal mines, concentrated largely in nine western states, are responsible for polluting over 3,400 miles of streams and over 440,000 acres of land. About seventy of these sites are on the National Priority List for Superfund remediation."

The EPA goes on to say: "In the spirit of pollution prevention, much of the mining wastes represent a potential resource (i.e. additional source of revenues) as they contain significant quantities of heavy metals."

About EnviroXtract, Inc.:

EnviroXtract has expanded its business model to include opportunities in the Gold and Silver Mining sector where it plans to utilize its efficient environmental ore extraction and refining technologies. The Company has recently acquired Con-X Construction, Ltd., an established international environmental construction company with on-going projects and revenues. Con-X should play an integral part in providing construction management, facilities, infrastructure, and heavy equipment services necessary to EnviroXtract's mining and ore processing business strategy. Management is successfully implementing its plan to restructure the Company's stock, while continuing to explore viable revenue-producing opportunities for its various proprietary environmental mitigation applications.

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    James Cheney
    President / CEO
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    Phone: 1-888-459-4889