SOURCE: Enzyme Environmental Solutions Inc.

October 09, 2008 15:31 ET

Enzyme Environmental Solutions Announces Prospects Worldwide Impressed With Revolutionary Product

Guests Travel From Around the Globe for Presentation of Groundbreaking Technology

FORT WAYNE, IN--(Marketwire - October 9, 2008) - The weekend of September 19th was a tour de force for Enzyme Environmental Solutions (PINKSHEETS: EESO) as they hosted several guests from around the globe for a live beta test of one of their newest products. Potential customers from the U.S., Mexico, Canada and South Korea traveled to Fort Wayne, Indiana over the weekend to attend a much anticipated presentation on Enzyme Environmental Solutions' (EESO) breakthrough product for use in odor remediation on hog farms.

Jared Hochstedler, CEO of EESO, opened the event with acute summation of a growing global concern: "Historically, animal agriculture has been a significant social, economic and environmental force worldwide. It produces thousands of jobs, increases values of grain and forages and, in some instances, is the economic backbone of a community... Hog manure begins to decompose almost immediately after being excreted. This microbial decomposition generally produces many noxious volatile compounds which, in turn, produce odors. Increasingly, there is a growing public awareness of the environmental impacts and nuisances caused by livestock facilities."

Hochstedler's statement hit home for EESO's potential customers as they participated in the effects of the new product. Mr. Kwan Kim, a prospective buyer from South Korea who offered a Letter of Intent for a large order of purchase directly after the event states: "There are (hundreds of) gases that are released from manure storage systems... hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, carbon monoxide and methane... Because of this and the various fluctuations in the concentrations of these elements, the task of quantifying odor has become a very difficult issue in my country. What I have witnessed today is a promising, environmentally friendly solution to this problem that could literally save certain economies that are in any way dependent on livestock."

Another attendee made note of several legislative actions forthcoming regarding the regulation of hog farm odors including a reference to Mississippi's Department of Environmental Quality suggesting Mississippi residents whose quality of life has been impacted by hog operations should file nuisance suits. "The U.S. and Canada are two of the largest exporters of pork in the world and the odors that accompany large, intensive livestock operations, have induced citizens at local, county, state, and Federal levels to advocate more strict regulation of existing and proposed operations. We're all looking for a way to curb odor emissions by 90% or more and this product seems to be right on the money in what we'd like to accomplish. I can see it making a very big difference. I've seen other proposed solutions, but nothing this effective with that is equally respectful of the environment." He jokingly adds, "I may order some to take home. My friends have always said I thought my sh*t don't stink, and now I can prove it..."

Bill White, Vice President of Sales and Operations for EESO, is pleased with the enormous success of the presentation. "I couldn't have asked for a better response. We knew we had a powerful product, but only when you can see it reviewed so positively by business owners it will directly benefit, can you walk away as pleased as we have today. We are expecting Letters of Intent from several of our customers worldwide over the next few weeks and we'll be releasing information as letters are received. In addition, we're thrilled to announce that this is the first of many PRs in line with our strategic alliances and recent developments and successes for EESO and its shareholders."

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