New Order EVTN’s Separation Technology

Friday, March 06, 2009

Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (OTCBB: EVTN) announced on March 5 that the company has received an order from Twin Filter, a marketing partner of EVTN and a global provider of filtration equipment and services.

The purchase order calls for the delivery of a Voraxial(R) Separator to the marine environmental subsidiary of a large oil company. The Voraxial Separator will be configured to perform simultaneous bulk separation of oil, water and sand from large volumes of contaminated water collected from various maritime sources, including ships. The installation of the Voraxial will improve the customer's overall wastewater system while significantly reducing its operating costs.

The purchase order is a result of successful trials conducted by Twin Filter which demonstrated the Voraxial’s ability to provide high volume, three-way separation in an efficient, compact package and without the need of a pressure drop. Twin Filter and EVTN are currently working on other projects for both offshore and onshore applications.

The Voraxial Separator is being used and/or evaluated for various oil industry applications including offshore and onshore produced water, deckwater drainage, mining, refinery and slop oil treatment. This order opens a new market opportunity for EVTN since the shipping and marine industry has struggled with the problem of cleaning large volumes of bilge and ballast water.

EVTN is experiencing an acceleration of orders, inquiries and marketing proposals. This is the result of successful deployments and installations, and the increasing awareness of the Voraxial Separator benefits.

(www.evtn.com)

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