Plans Drawn for Waste-Oil Processing Plant in Reno, Nevada

Nampa, Idaho - Environmental Oil Processing Technology Corp. announced that Redd Engineering and Construction Inc. has completed the preliminary engineering for the process plants to be constructed at its Reno, Nevada site.

Environmental Oil Processing Technology Corp., with its headquarters in Nampa, has developed a processing facility, which minimizes waste oil disposal, as it is known. The company's plant utilizes proven technology to convert waste oil into environmentally friendly products such as naphtha (gasoline), #2 diesel, residuum, burner fuel and cogeneration.

With a rated output of 30 million gallons, the Reno plants will incorporate improved process technology developed by RCI, including an Emerson Process Management Delta V control system, similar to the Nampa plant. This is an integrated process control system with a single database.

Incorporating the latest digital buss technology, the Emerson Delta V system enables instrument configuration and diagnostics, as well as digital communication with field instrumentation and third-party software. In addition to simplifying configuration modifications, the system also includes automatic loop tuning.

Assuming adherence to the company's current construction schedule, the Reno facilities, which will include two process plants, truck and rail loading and unloading racks, water treatment plant, trans-mix process plant, shops, administrative and ancillary buildings, are expected to be ready for final testing and to commence operations during the fourth quarter of 2003.