SOURCE: Enzyme Environmental Solutions Inc.

May 07, 2008 13:19 ET

Enzyme Environmental Solutions Announces Agriculture Odor Control Process Expands Into Canada

FORT WAYNE, IN--(Marketwire - May 7, 2008) - Enzyme Environmental Solutions Inc. (PINKSHEETS: EESO) CEO S. Jared Hochstedler announced today that the company just received a contract with ISI Services of Canada valued at $2 million USD in annual sales.

CEO Jared Hochstedler stated, "We were able to just finalize the contract with ISI and have already received a very nice purchase order at the same time. This was a very good faith gesture on the part of ISI. I am really looking forward to our expansion in Canada. ISI will serve as our distribution partner for the Canadian territory. More information concerning ISI Services will be forthcoming in the near future."

Hochstedler further stated, "Being that I was raised close to Winnipeg, Canada, opened several doors. The Manitoba government is actually paying to move Hog Farm Operations miles outside of the city limits in order to address the odor complaints of the communities. ISI believes that since the Canadian government is much more proactive on the 'Green' issue and the use of sustainable products, the odor elimination product is just the entry product line."

"EESO phones are very active. I am thrilled with all the response, especially since the company has not embarked on the marketing campaign for the full line of environmentally friendly sustainable products we have to offer. There appears to be no shortage of interest to become a distributor for EESO. I just have to prioritize the opportunities and decide which of them will add the most value the in the quickest fashion," commented Hochstedler.

"As mentioned earlier, our fully automated bottling machine is being delivered soon, and we expect delivery sometime mid next week. This will also allow the company to increase capacity of the product being bottled in our shop. I want to express my appreciation for the overwhelming support that everyone has shown me, as we continue to work through the growth stages of building our company," said Hochstedler.

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