SOURCE: TexCom, Inc.

May 01, 2007 12:29 ET

TexCom Expanding Non-Hazardous Disposal to Second Site

HOUSTON, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- May 1, 2007 -- TexCom, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TEXC) today reported that it will open a Class II non-hazardous waste disposal site in Luling, Texas, 200 miles west of its current Class II facility in Chambers County, Texas. The Luling site, located in an area currently experiencing sharply increased drilling activity, is 100% owned by TexCom, Inc. subsidiary, TexCom Gulf Disposal.

"We have been in the process of acquiring this site and obtaining necessary permits since December 2006 and are especially pleased that we will be able to offer service in a new geographic region to both current and new customers involved in drilling, exploration and transport of non-hazardous oilfield material in Guadalupe and several surrounding Counties. Site preparations are in progress and we expect that the facility will be able to accept produced water, drilling mud, tank bottoms and site cleanup water within a couple of weeks," stated Lou Ross, C.E.O. of TexCom, Inc.

The Luling site, located at the intersection of I-10 and Highway 80, is currently permitted to receive 5,000 barrels per day. "TexCom looks forward to providing the same efficient service that we have provided at our existing Class II site in Chambers County, and welcome inquiries from potential customers on service and pricing," said Britt Brooks, Executive Vice President.

TexCom, Inc. has owned control of and operated M.B. Energy, its Class II site in Chambers County, Texas since October 2004. The Chambers County site recently obtained approval to increase its disposal capacity from 6,000 to 10,000 barrels of non-hazardous material per day.

M.B. Energy had a record 1st quarter in 2007 producing $809,000 in revenue, a 24% increase over the same quarter in 2006. Utilizing its growing experience in the Gulf Coast disposal market, TexCom plans to further expand its disposal footprint and focus in the coming months.The company is presently in the advanced stages of permitting a 27 acre site in Montgomery County, Texas for disposal of Class I Non-Hazardous Industrial wastewater. The site will be one of a very few sites licensed to receive Class I Industrial Wastewater in Texas.

"We will be able to serve Class I customers from the Houston petrochemical complex to Dallas from the Class I site in Montgomery County. We are largely finished with the permitting process. The Class II site in Luling and the Class I site in Montgomery County will effectively quadruple our potential revenue in the disposal arena and provide a constant, significant, profit stream to support the growth of our company," Ross further stated.

About TexCom, Inc.

TexCom, Inc. is headquartered in Houston, Texas and is an early-stage, growth-oriented company with its primary focus on the production of Bio-Diesel. TexCom is also expanding its interests in liquid waste disposal servicing the petrochemical and drilling industries.

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