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TIDEL ENGINEERING OBTAINS $1.6 MILLION SOUTHLAND CORPORATION CONTRACT

 HOUSTON, April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- American Medical Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ Small Cap: AMOT) today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Tidel Engineering, Inc., has signed a $1.6 million agreement with the Southland Corporation to provide two years of service coverage for Tidel's Environmental Monitoring Systems. Under terms of the agreement, Tidel will service 1,100 gasoline outlets operated at Southland's 7-11 convenience stores by September 1993 and 2200 outlets by December 1994.
 Tidel's Environmental Monitoring System is an advanced leak detection system for underground fuel tank storage facilities, designed for use by petroleum retailers and product distributors. In addition to instantaneous leak detection, the Tidel system provides fuel inventory verification and other data for compliance with regulatory reporting requirements.
 "The award of this contract by Southland recognizes the quality of our products and the services," said R. Carter Pate, president and chief executive officer of Tidel. "It also signals the confidence our customers place in Tidel."
 "American Medical Technologies' plan has always been to broaden its participation in various environmental segments through the products and services we offer," said Leonard A. Bedell, executive vice president of American Medical Technologies. "We believe that avoidance of liability and high remediation costs will continue to drive the market for Tidel's services and equipment."
 Tidel is a privately held Dallas-based company engaged in environmental monitoring technology, electronic cash management security systems and automated cash dispensing equipment.
 Houston-based American Medical Technologies is an environmental company that plans to broaden participation in various environmental segments through strategic acquisitions and joint ventures, proprietary technology and the marketing of other companies' technology. AMT also is involved with medical and shipping waste disposal through its subsidiary, 3CI Complete Compliance Corporation.
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 /CONTACT: Leonard A. Bedell, executive vice president and CFO of American Medical Technologies, 713-783-8200/
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CO: Tidel Engineering, Inc.; American Medical Technologies, Inc. ST: Texas IN: MTC SU: CON

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