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EESO formulas could have positive impact on textile industry, Auxitex

June 2, 2009 (United States Of America)

Enzyme Environmental Solutions (EESO) CEO, Jared Hochstedler, recently returned to the States from his visit to South America with EESO New Account Consultant, Moises Zubiaur. Hochstedler was very pleased with the trip overall, "We met with the key decision makers of some significant corporations. 'Green' has become mandatory in many businesses across the United States and I feel that, worldwide, this trend is being felt and looked to as a necessary alternative. South America is no exception and I believe the executives we met with are representative of the general business population as being aggressive in pursuing this change."

The gentlemen met with a handful of companies that service a large portion of the South American marketplace. Included is Intradevco SA which is like, "The South American Proctor & Gamble," according to Hochstedler. Intradevco Owner and General Manager, Rafael Arostmena, as his website states, says the company "is to become one of the leading industries of household and personal cleaning products in the Pacific Coast of Latin America." A part of this mission includes the agenda to create a user-friendly Green line of products that can be blended and packaged in their facilities.

Hochstedler and Arostmena agreed that their two companies would be a good fit in accomplishing this goal and Hochstedler has been asked to give a proposal that would allow Intradevco to begin purchasing EESO proprietary enzymatic base and licensing its formulas. Initial test results were "above and beyond their (Intradevco) expectations," says Zubiaur.

Hochstedler also met with Owner and General Manager of Auxitex, Juan Chavarria. Mr. Chavarria is interested not only in the company's current proprietary formulas and applications, but, in testing, has discovered another potential application for EESO formulas that could have a positive impact on the textile industry. Zubiaur says the company is "currently getting their enzymes and blends from a supplier in Brazil, but the EESO formulas tested as more cost-efficient as well as superior in their overall efficacy." Hochstedler is confident that discussions with both companies will lead to long-term contracts due to the fact that both companies have expressed interest in using EESO as their prime, if not exclusive, supplier of Green product base.

"Overall, the trip was a success and I think it will help us to continue to build a presence in the Western Hemisphere. Our President, Mark Murphy is working with our new Director of Sales, Jeffrey Smith, to implement a strategy to penetrate domestic markets. We have taken steps to incorporate the company in four states outside of our primary formation in Nevada to facilitate streamlined commerce in those states, including Georgia, Wyoming, Iowa and the company's facility headquarters in the State of Indiana. Over the last three months we have approved 19 Independent Contractors in 16 States and have 14 more that are currently being interviewed.”

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