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RIEDEL DISTRICT MANAGER NAMED

 PORTLAND, Ore., March 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Arthur A. Riedel, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Riedel Environmental Technologies Inc. (RET) (AMEX: RIE), today named Patrick C. Turina as the Portland District Manager of Riedel Environmental Services Inc., a subsidiary of RET.
 Turina has been with the company since 1983, originally as an Environmental Chemist, then as Certified Response Manager and Remedial Service Manager. More recently Turina served as Assistant Zone Program Manager for EPA contracts and Project Development Specialist. Turina holds a B.A. in chemistry and has extensive further education and training in the environmental field.
 "Pat Turina is a valued member of 'Team Riedel,'" Keith Roberts, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Riedel Environmental Services Inc., stated, "and I am confident that he will prove to be an outstanding district manager for the company. With Pat's wealth of training and on-the-job experience, he was the logical candidate for promotion. Pat rose through the ranks at RET and knows the environmental industry from top to bottom."
 Riedel Environmental Services Inc. is the hazardous waste site cleanup subsidiary of Riedel Environmental Technologies Inc. RET, one of the nation's premier environmental companies, has core businesses of environmental remediation, environmental engineering and construction, and the manufacture/installation of recycled rubber products. RET has district and regional offices throughout the United States and abroad. It is traded on the American Stock Exchange.
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 /CONTACT: Dave Rynd, Vice President, Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer, of Riedel Environmental Technologies, 503-286-4656/
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