SOURCE: Enzyme Environmental Solutions, Inc.

November 12, 2008 10:00 ET

Enzyme Environmental Solutions GC2000 Prepared to Turn Scrap Into Dollars

Laboratory Setup Is Complete for Buyer Demos; Picture of Lab Components Released

FORT WAYNE, IN--(Marketwire - November 12, 2008) - On Monday, November 10, 2008, a picture was unveiled of Enzyme Environmental Solutions' (PINKSHEETS: EESO) GC2000 testing lab to the general public to give a glimpse of that which was diligently prepared for effective demonstrations to interested buyers. The picture features elements of the GC2000 (pre-market) that act as the backbone of the unit and its ability to turn scrap into fuel-oil, separating the non hazardous components inherent to the residue from the hazardous waste by-products. In the picture, a tall beaker is featured in the center of the picture displaying the results of a demonstration. A close look at the beaker effectively illustrates a defined separation of hazardous and utilizable non-hazardous materials.

These components comprise fuel-oil which could serve as further profits for scrap yards and companies dealing in certain sectors of manufacturing. Jared Hochstedler, President and CEO of EESO, is very pleased to have the laboratory assembled for demonstration and that the picture was released, albeit early on in the marketing process, to keep the company's alliances and shareholders privy to progress in both introduction and implementation of the GC2000 in the global market.

In a face to face interview on site, Jared Hochstedler comments, "It's funny, we've received all kinds of comments on the looks of this (the laboratory); someone told us it looked like a meth lab. (smiles)... I hesitate to ask why they know what a meth lab looks like... the important thing to recognize is that this is by no means a finished product from an aesthetical point of view; it's important at this time to acknowledge the science behind the product and the product's ability to improve the industries our economies depend on and the world around us in which they produce." And the industries have already taken notice. On Thursday, November 13, 2008, Jared and his team will be demonstrating the product's process via the demonstration lab to large companies that produce on a global level.

Bill White, VP of Sales and Operations, states, "...we will not be releasing the names of the attendees as they've requested to remain as confidential at this time; however we can release that we will be demonstrating the product to decision makers from large corporations that transact business internationally and that they all have trading symbols on the New York Stock Exchange and we will be releasing statements from attendees within a few days of the lab demo on Thursday. We are confident that this was money well spent and we are now beyond testing to full product demo to interested parties."

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