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INSEQ ACQUIRES SEPARATION AND RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES.

INSEQ Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: INSQ), Mount Arlington, N.J. has acquired Separation and Recovery Technologies, Inc. ("SRT"), in an all stock transaction.

The terms of INSEQ's acquisition of SRT will be provided later with INSEQ's expected Form 8K filing on the acquisition. SRT holds certain exclusive rights to a new patented technology for the separation of plastics from solid wastes and non-exclusive rights to the technology for the separation of plastics from electronic equipment and white appliances. The new technology was developed by Argonne National Laboratory under a contract with the U.S. Department of Energy.

"The Argonne technology enables the cost-effective preferential separation and recovery of specific targeted plastics from a mixed plastics stream," said Kevin Kreisler, INSEQ's chairman. "This has compelling implications in a number applications, but INSEQ is predominantly interested in manufacturing systems that apply this technology at centralized solid waste processing facilities, at consumer electronics recycling facilities, and at targeted plastics manufacturers with the goal of separating key targeted plastics for recycling and reuse, and INSEQ hopes that this technology will result in a significant contribution to INSEQ's revenue and earnings as the first systems become operational."

Kreisler continued, "Having the capability to separate targeted plastics from wastes streams provides value to recycling efforts. More importantly however, the Argonne separation technology allows for more efficient conversion of mixed plastic wastes into fuels such as diesel fuel. This can be achieved today by using this technology in conjunction with conventional refining technologies such as thermal deploymerization and we plan to steer our initial applications of the Argonne technology in this direction."

About INSEQ Corporation

INSEQ Corporation is a publicly traded company whose mission is to directly facilitate the efficient utilization of primary and secondary commodities including metals, chemicals, fuels and plastics. More information on INSEQ is available online at www.inseq.com. INSEQ is 70% owned by GreenShift Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: GSHF), a business development corporation whose mission is to develop and support companies and technologies that facilitate the efficient use of natural resources and catalyze transformational environmental gains.

More information is available online at http://www.greenshift.com.

For more information, call 973/398-8183 or visit visit http://www.inseq.com.
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