(September 17, 2008)
ECOfluid Systems awarded two local contracts



ECOfluid Systems awarded two contracts for
Wastewater Treatment Plants in British Columbia


Burnaby, BC, Canada, September 17, 2008 – ECOfluid Systems is proud to announce that it has been awarded two separate contracts to supply wastewater treatment facilities at popular resorts in Whistler and the Okanagan.

Announcing the contracts today, ECOfluid’s Marketing Manager, Justin Hebner, said the contracts continue to show the popularity of the USBF® technology amongst private developers. “The modularity of design allows owners to stage plant development and ensures that plants can quickly expand if and when growth demands, significantly reducing immediate capital costs.”

At both locations high quality effluent was stipulated: < 10 mg/l BOD/TSS and < 400 MPN/100ml Fecal Coliform. To meet these requirements the wastewater treatment plants will utilize ECOfluid’s patented USBF® technology followed by disinfection, Ultraviolet in Whistler and Chlorination using hypochlorite tablets in the Okanagan.

Preliminary site work has begun at both locations with work expected to be completed by the third quarter of 2009.

About ECOfluid Systems Inc.
ECOfluid Systems, a British Columbia based company, was founded in 1995. Centered on its proprietary USBF® treatment technology the company designs builds and operates plants for treatment of municipal and industrial wastewater. The state of the art technology, also eminently suitable for existing plants capacity and efficiency upgrade reconstruction, delivers high treatment efficiency, including nitrogen and phosphorus removal, at costs that are significantly below those of comparable conventional systems. Utilizing the high efficiency of the USBF® process the company has developed a niche for providing treatment plants producing high quality effluent including reusable water.

To date the company has sold and completed installations of 100 plants in the US and Canada ranging in capacity from residential cluster units to municipal plants of over 1 MGD.

Awards & Papers:
* Awarded One of Canada's Top Ten Cleantech Companies in 2007.
* 2006 Frost & Sullivan Award for Technology Leadership.
* Technology Merit Award from Environmental Business Journal's 2006 Business Achievement Awards.
* University of California, Davis - USBF® technology was the highest ranked biological treatment system out of almost seventy technologies reviewed in 2002.