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New Technology Converts Waste

October 26, 2004

OxyWave Environmental Services Inc. (OESI) announces the opening of the first Aerobic Protein Stabilization System (APS System) plant in the United States. This new facility uses a proprietary technology developed by Deutrel Industries that can convert organic waste into a usable by-product for use in sustainable agriculture or home lawn and garden care. This process has already been used to create an OMRI certified 5-1-1 high grade fish hydrolysate that has over 100 trace elements, humic acid, bio-available proteins, amino acids and currently being sold under the “Natures Best” label Internationally. A 5-3-3 blend is also available under the label “Golden Harvest” and has been used successfully as an “all-in-one” nutrient in growing organic hydroponic tomatoes.

“The major difference between our product and other fish emulsions on the market today, is the process itself and the formulation for our product. We are able to convert several tons of fresh fish or any other organic waste, in less than twenty-four hours” says David McKinney, CEO of OESI.

OESI is interested in finding other areas in the United States, as well as internationally, where there is a growing problem with fish, poultry or any other type of organic waste where an APS System can be implemented to help solve these waste problems. Interested parties can contact OESI toll free at 888-345-5587. For more information, visit the company’s website at: www.openallsoil.com

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