SOURCE: Universal Systems, Inc.

July 07, 2008 10:17 ET

Universal Systems Starts Cable Recovery Program

BAKER CITY, OR--(Marketwire - July 7, 2008) - Universal Systems, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: UVSS) announced today its reconnaissance team has successfully returned to corporate headquarters and has located its cable. Universal Systems now has GPS coordinates to work from in the future. Also portions of the cable were recovered and brought back for confirmation. Mr. Chambers, CEO of Universal Systems also stated that his cable recovery team being led by newly hired manager Mr. Tim Axlesson is putting together the necessary specialized equipment to start phase one of the cable recovery program.

The company plans to start immediately its initial cable recovery by using barges, tug boats and cranes, etc., and while looking to purchase and retrofit several larger ships to increase production, Universal is negotiating with a World Class cable company with plans of a January 2009 start date.

About Universal Systems, Inc.

Universal Systems, Inc. (USI) is a publicly traded holding company focused on providing economically and ecologically viable water and wastewater treatment solutions. USI offers a FULL SERVICE turn-key water treatment services, specializing in "slop oil" and CBM (Coal Bed Methane) produced water.

In 2007, USI obtained an exclusive worldwide licensing agreement to provide slop oil and processed wastewater treatment services to the oil industry. The company's mission is to become the leader in the development and delivery of cost effective slop oil and processed wastewater treatment. USI joined Powell Water Systems, Inc. (PWS) and Water Solutions, LLC (WS) to bring PWS's patented electrocoagulation technology to the oil industry, making large flow waste oil, and water treatment efficient and cost effective.

More recently, USI has discovered the immediate need to become involved in building, owning, and operating central produced water processing facilities. This service is widely needed wherever natural gas is produced; the diminished capacity to handle processed water from natural gas production is causing some production wells to be shut in until alternative-treating plants can be brought on line. As tougher water discharge regulations are being imposed, the need is becoming even greater.

USI's business plan for expansion includes the purchase or acquisition of other specialized trade service companies that will complement and enhance the overall product and service offering of the company.

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Universal Systems, Inc. is traded on the OTC Exchange under the symbol UVSS. More information is located at the web-site

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