From Hazardous Waste to Fuel

Wilton, CN— Startech Environmental Corp., a manufacturer of plasma-based systems for the conversion of waste into useful commodity products, announced that Polus Montana, a private company engaged by the Municipality of Bytom, has signed a sales contract to purchase a 10-ton-per-day Plasma Converter System.

The system is expected to be shipped to Poland near year end. Polus Montana will be using Startech's Plasma Converter System to process hazardous waste products including pesticides, PCB's and other various materials. Startech's focus in reaching the $10 million in additional sales/backlog for calendar year 2003 is well in sight.

"Our facility to house the plasma process will be constructed shortly. The required permits and approvals have been completed and I look forward to continuing cooperation of our companies," stated Miroslaw Stopa, President of Polus Montana.

Joseph Klimek, President and CEO of Startech Environmental Corp. said, "With our technology, Polus will be positioned to help eliminate hazardous wastes and work for a better environment in Poland.

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