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EARTH TECH awarded $50 million contract by U.S. Air Force.

LONG BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 8, 1995--EARTH TECH (NASDAQ:ETCO) today announced it has been awarded a 5-year, $50 million contract by the U.S. Air Force to conduct occupational and environmental health assessments for the Armstrong Laboratory, Brooks Air Force Base, Texas.

"With this award we continue our long-standing relationship with the U.S. Air Force in new service areas," said Diane C. Creel, chairwoman, chief executive officer and president. "EARTH TECH's expanded capabilities in environmental compliance support, most notably air quality, pollution prevention and water/wastewater, enable us to meet the scope of work under this contract. Our strengthened technical capabilities and geographic diversity continue to bring positive results in our goal of providing excellent support to the government."

Under the contract, EARTH TECH will provide a broad spectrum of services in areas such as public health assessments, industrial hygiene, radiation surveys, pollution prevention, air quality, water/wastewater, NEPA studies, permitting and environmental compliance surveys for Air Force installations worldwide.

EARTH TECH is one of the nation's leading consulting engineering firms providing environmental sciences, remediation, engineering and construction, contract operations, and facilities engineering services to government and industry. Founded in 1970, the company employs 1,700 people in over 40 U.S. offices.

CONTACT: EARTH TECH

Diane C. Creel, 310/495-4449

or

Morgen-Walke Associates Inc.

Doug Sherk/Chris Danne/Micah Epps, 415/296-7383

Cindy Hintelmann/Dave Faupel, 212/850-5600
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