SOURCE: Sub-Surface Waste Management of Delaware, Inc.

July 13, 2007 10:00 ET

ETI Begins Training Operations for Puebla Permitting Project

Project Designed as an Environmental Infrastructure Model to Be Used in Other States

CARLSBAD, CA--(Marketwire - July 13, 2007) - Sub-Surface Waste Management of Delaware, Inc. (OTCBB: SSWM) announced that engineering staff from its Mexico subsidiary company Environmental Tec International, S.A. de C.V. (ETI) have completed the bi-lingual staff training manuals for the State of Puebla's Secretaria Del Medio Ambiente Y Recursos Naturales (Secretariat) pollution permitting project which will begin implementation next week with the help of students from Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (BUAP).

ETI and BUAP will consult and train Secretariat staff to establish a state-wide environmental regulatory permit and fee structure program supported through technical staff training for on-site enforcement inspection on public and private industrial facilities subject to compliance for treatment, storage, transportation and disposal of toxic waste streams from their manufacturing processes. This project was designed and is being implemented as a model that should be replicated in other states impacted by waste generators.

In this project through BUAP, ETI is subcontracted to provide program design and guidance with its engineering and professional services supplemented with additional labor and technical contributions by the students of BUAP. ETI will conduct on the job training for students and professors presently enrolled in Environmental Education. ETI will be afforded nationwide Press and TV recognition for their significant contribution.

Robert Brehm, director of ETI, stated, "Once this program of regulatory permits and compliance enforcement is underway it will operate with self-funding mechanisms that generate revenue for the state government similar to existing programs found in US State and Federal regulatory agencies. As the Secretariat staff expands to meet the anticipated workload, professional and technical career opportunities will be created for BUAP students upon graduation. Additionally, in time the State and its industries will expand pollution control resources and infrastructure further stimulating employment and international investment opportunities to locate new business ventures that must comply with the ISO 9000 and 14000 requirements for environmental compliance in manufactured goods and services. ETI will offer its environmental consulting clean-up services to waste generators who must comply with the new laws."

It is expected that other States such as Veracruz, Jalisco, Baja California, and Aguascalientes could implement this most innovative program once the Puebla project commences.

About Sub-Surface Waste Management

Sub-Surface Waste Management Inc., a majority owned subsidiary of U.S. Microbics, Inc., (OTCBB: BUGS), provides comprehensive civil and environmental engineering project management services including specialists to design, permit, build and operate environmental waste clean-up treatment systems using conventional, biological and filtration technologies. SSWM is capitalizing on its patented technologies registered in Mexico with SEMARNAT, a Federal regulatory agency overseeing environmental compliance nationwide.

Investors and media, contact Robert Brehm at 760/918-1860, ext. 102, or learn about the company by visiting its Web site at www.subsurfacewastemanagement.com. To be on the email list for press releases please visit http://www.usmicrobics.com/news_by_email.html

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Contact Information

  • Investors and Media Contact:
    Robert Brehm
    760-918-1860, ext. 102

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