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SECURITY ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS GRANTED HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL CONTRACT BY THE U.S. DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY

 SECURITY ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS GRANTED HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL
 CONTRACT BY THE U.S. DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY
 GARDEN GROVE, Calif., May 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Stephen Grossman, president of Security Environmental Systems (NASDAQ: SENV), announced today that the company has been granted a contract by the Defense Logistics Agency for the pick up and disposal of hazardous waste at eight U.S. government military installations throughout New Mexico and Western Texas. The value of the contract over the next 24 months will be approximately $800,000.
 Grossman said that "This contract is significant to the company for several important reasons. First, it is a continuation of our relationship with the federal government having recently been awarded a significant contract for the pick up and disposal of hazardous waste at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Second, it is also important from the point of view of the geographical expansion of our operations into the important new marketplaces of New Mexico and Texas."
 Grossman noted that in connection with the expansion of the company's operations into New Mexico and Western Texas, that it will be opening offices in Albuquerque, N.M., and Phoenix. The new offices will service the above-mentioned contract and will also serve as an anchor for market development in the region.
 Grossman also announced the appointment of Robert Bailey as Southwestern Regional Manager. Bailey's responsibilities will include the management of both the Albuquerque and Phoenix offices, and the market development of these regions in the area of industrial hazardous waste transportation and disposal. Bailey was associated with Ryder Transportation Services and Penske Truck Leasing as district manager. His responsibilities included the management of over 500 vehicles and 100 employees. "We are delighted to have a person with the experience and stature of Robert Bailey to assist the company in its goals for expansion within our industry as well as geographical expansion."
 Security Environmental Systems founded in 1972, disposes of biomedical and hazardous waste by incineration and steam sterilization and conducts inter-state transportation of hazardous waste. The Company operates from facilities in Garden Grove, Vernon and Long Beach, Calif. The company will be opening offices in Albuquerque and Phoenix within the next 30 days.
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 /CONTACT: Jonathon Grossman, executive VP and CFO of Security Environmental Systems, 714-892-6645; or William F. Coffin of Financial Relations Board, 818-783-2400, for Security Environmental Systems/
 (SENV) CO: Security Environmental Systems ST: California IN: SU: CON


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