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MV Technologies secures purchase orders

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Strategic Environmental & Energy Resources, Inc. (SEER), a provider of environmental, renewable fuels and industrial waste stream management services, has announced its wholly-owned subsidiary, MV Technologies, has secured US$1.4 million in purchase orders for its next generation hydrogen sulfide removal system, the SulfAxTM System. Since the third quarter of 2016 (3Q16), when SEER entered into an exclusive distributorship with the European-based media company, Axens North America, five systems have been sold by MV in landfill, municipal waste water treatment, and food and beverage industries, including a Fortune 500 beverage company production facility in California.

Introduced last year, the proprietary SulfAx System is designed to safely and cost effectively eliminate hydrogen sulfide by optimising a high capacity granular media that is readily disposable as a non-hazardous material under California's stringent solid waste regulations. SulfAx Systems are for use in treating biogas streams from landfills to anaerobic digesters at farms, wastewater treatment facilities, and food and beverage processing operations. System sales generate both project revenue on the initial transaction as well as long-term, recurring revenue from proprietary media replacement.

Working with one of the nation's leading engineering and consulting firms, MV Technologies SulfAx System was selected by the Fortune 500 beverage company to eliminate hydrogen sulfide gas as part of wastewater treatment upgrades at its California facility. MV's proprietary system provides up to double the H2S removal capacity of competitive systems. It also offers safer, easier, and more cost effective replacement and disposal of spent media as a non-hazardous waste, enabling compliance with California's stringent solid waste disposal regulations.

"MV Technologies H2S removal solutions enable environmentally responsible companies in the multi-billion dollar US biogas industry to meet stringent emissions requirements and treat biogas for beneficial end use," said Richard Robertson, president of MV Technologies. "The new and exclusive SulfAx System, combined with high-capacity granular iron oxide media, offers the ability to meet H2S outlet concentrations with greater ease of media replacement when compared with other systems, making it an ideal fit for food and beverage operations."

"This represents the fifth placement of our SulfAx System, validating the reliability and efficacy of this new product with a leading beverage company and its engineering consulting firm," said John Combs, SEER's CEO. "This success speaks to the increasing momentum of our full line of H2S removal systems. We continue to focus on increasing our presence in the food and beverage market, as we establish our value proposition and demonstrate our superior efficiencies and performance across multiple market segments," concluded Combs.

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