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SECURITY ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS AWARDED NEW HAZARDOUS WASTE CONTRACTS

 Contracts Valued in Excess of $7 Million;
 Further Growth in Defense Department Services Anticipated
 GARDEN GROVE, Calif., Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Stephen Grossman, president of Security Environmental Systems (NASDAQ: SENV) announced today that it has been awarded two new contracts from the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (a unit of the Defense Logistics Agency) for the pick up and disposal of hazardous waste at two U.S. government military installations in California.
 Camp Pendleton Project Expanded
 The first is an expansion of a prior contract for the removal and disposal of hydrocarbon contaminated soil at Camp Pendleton, Calif. This contract was completed in December 1992 and generated approximately $1.9 million in revenues in the second fiscal quarter.
 "The expansion of our involvement at Camp Pendleton is indicative of the close professional relationship we have built with this important client. We believe that additional business will soon be developing from Camp Pendleton beyond the scope of the original contract," said Grossman.
 One-Year Contract at Port Hueneme With One-Year Option
 Grossman also announced the receipt of a potential two-year hazardous waste pick up and disposal contract at Port Hueneme; Point Mugu; Vandenberg Air Force Base; and other affiliated installations. The value of this project is anticipated to be approximately $2.3 million the first year and $2.5 million the second year, for a potential total of $4.8 million. "This contract provides a significant boost to the company's rapidly growing hazardous waste business," said Grossman. "We have every reason to believe that this segment of our business will continue to be the fastest-growing part of Security Environmental Systems future growth."
 Grossman also noted that company management is presently bidding on two additional hazardous waste military disposal contracts in Southern California.
 Security Environmental Systems founded in 1972, disposes of biomedical waste by incineration and steam sterilization and conducts inter-state transportation of hazardous waste. The company operates from facilities in Garden Grove, Vernon and Long Beach, Calif. Most recently, the company has expanded into Albuquerque, N.M.
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 /CONTACT: Stephen I. Grossman, president of Security Environmental Systems, 213-262-3722; or William F. Coffin of Coffin Communications Group, 818-789-0300, for Security Environmental Systems/
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