SOURCE: Sancon Resources Recovery, Inc.

July 09, 2007 07:00 ET

Sancon Offers Waste Solutions to More Australian Companies

SHANGHAI, CHINA--(Marketwire - July 9, 2007) - Sancon Resources Recovery, Inc. (OTCBB: SRRY), a growing industrial waste recycling company with operations in China and Australia, today announced they have partnered with an Australian-based waste management company Waste Flex Pty Ltd to provide industrial waste material recycling and recovery services to leading companies Bridgestone Australia and Australia Pacific Paper Products. This service is particularly focused on recovering all plastic and cardboard waste from their production facilities.

Bridgestone is currently the largest tire manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer in the world and currently ranked as the top company in the global tire market. With many major manufacturing plants around the world, Bridgestone Australia has three major plants in Australia. www.bridgestone.com.au

Australian Pacific Paper Products (APPP) is a manufacturing company supplying disposable absorbent products (disposable baby nappies and adult incontinence pads) to local and overseas markets. Today, APPP employs around 230 personnel and operates from a 10-acre site at Dingley, southeast of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. APPP services the grocery, pharmacy, variety and direct sectors of the Australian disposable nappy market nationwide as well as exporting to New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands. www.appp.com.au

"We are pleased to be partnering with Waste Flex and for giving us the opportunity to help recycle as much waste from major manufacturing production facilities as possible," comments Jack Chen, CEO of Sancon. "By offering our services, industrial wastes are properly recovered and processed, providing cost-effective raw materials that are shipped to China and used by Sancon's manufacturing customers to produce new products for a wide array of applications." Mr. Chen further comments, "Our Australian division is partnering with diverse Australian companies. With our services both companies are committed to manage their facilities in an environmentally responsible manner allowing Sancon to build a strong foundation for further growth. We are very proud that the service Sancon provides is recognized by the corporate Australia and is playing an increasingly important role in helping them in reduce the impact of plastic and cardboard waste in our environment."

About Sancon Resources Recovery, Inc.

Sancon Resources Recovery, Inc. (OTCBB: SRRY) collects and processes industrial and commercial plastic wastes and sells them to its manufacturing customers in China. Sancon also trades in recycled plastic wastes originated from countries such as the US, Japan, and European countries. The company's operating facilities are in Guangdong Province in China, Australia, and Hong Kong. Sancon serves many industrial clients, and ships more than 25,000 tons of recycled waste materials annually to its customers in China. The use of recycled raw materials is both environmentally friendly and an important method to lower production costs to stay competitive. For more information: www.sanconinc.com.

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