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AWT AFFILIATE WINS MORE THAN $8.3 MILLION IN ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING CONTRACTS

 AWT AFFILIATE WINS MORE THAN $8.3 MILLION IN
 ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING CONTRACTS
 BRANCHBURG, N.J., Aug. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- KVB/Analect, a Research- Cottrell company and a subsidiary of Air & Water Technologies Corporation (AMEX: AWT), announced today that it has won more than $8.3 million in contracts during the first week in July to provide utilities with continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) required under new air emissions management laws.
 The contracts provide for delivering CEMS to Commonwealth Edison in Chicago; Long Island Lighting Company of Hicksville, N.Y.; Rochester Gas and Electric Corp. in Rochester, N.Y.; and Southern California Edison of Rosemead, Calif. Except for Southern California Edison, which is upgraded to meet Southern California Air Quality Management District Rule 1135, all the plants are installing CEMS as required under the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 (CAA) to monitor stack emissions. CAA monitoring systems at Phase I sites must be installed by November 1993 and Phase II sites by January 1995.
 According to Don Deieso, president and chief executive officer of Research-Cottrell, "Demand for CEM systems and other technologies based on clean air act regulations is heating up. Many utilities are realizing the value of providing an integrated, systemwide solution for all their units. Orders are coming not only from those units affected by Phase I but also those facing Phase II deadlines."
 KVB/Analect, with headquarters in Irvine, Calif., designs, manufactures, installs and manages environmental and process information management systems. The company specializes in CEM systems and Fourier Transform infrared multicomponent environmental and process monitors.
 KVB/Analect and other subsidiaries of Research-Cottrell-Air Pollution Control Division, Custodis, Ecodyne Cooling Tower Services, Flex-Kleen, R-C Environmental Services & Technologies, R-C Europe, and REECO -- provide the expertise, technology and services to comprehensively solve any air or thermal pollution problem. Air & Water Technologies, through its operating units -- Metcalf & Eddy, Research- Cottrell and Residuals Management -- provides a broad range of environmental services and technologies in the areas of water resource management, air pollution control, and waste by-product disposal and reuse. The company's AWT Capital group provides services relating to the financing of environmental facilities and systems.
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 /CONTACT: Lucinda Edmonds of Air & Water Technologies, 617-245-1484/
 (AWT) CO: Air & Water Technology ST: Massachusetts IN: SU:


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