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THERMO PROCESS SYSTEMS BEGINS CONSTRUCTION OF FOURTH REGIONAL SOIL-RECYCLING CENTER

 THERMO PROCESS SYSTEMS BEGINS CONSTRUCTION
 OF FOURTH REGIONAL SOIL-RECYCLING CENTER
 WALTHAM, Mass., April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Thermo Process Systems Inc. (AMEX: TPI) announced today that its TPS Technologies Inc. subsidiary has begun construction of a fourth soil-recycling center, located in West Palm Beach, Fla. The center will be used to thermally remove contaminants in soil saturated with petroleum products from leaking underground storage tanks and above-ground spills.
 The Florida facility will incorporate the same thermal- treatment technology and environmental safeguards featured at the company's Virginia and California sites, as well as the improved material handling systems being used at the California center. Soil treatment at the Florida soil-recycling center, which will be built on land recently purchased by the company, is expected to begin later this summer.
 Jeffrey L. Powell, president of TPS Technologies, said, "The Florida center represents a continuation of our strategy to develop a network of facilities throughout the country. It will provide soil-recycling services in a state where heightened concern about groundwater contamination, because of the high water table, has led to one of the nation's most aggressive underground tank cleanup programs."
 Thermo Process Systems designs, manufactures, and sells advanced custom-engineered thermal-processing systems for the treatment of toxic wastes and the automated heat treating of metal parts. The company also provides services for the remediation of petroleum-laden soils, in addition to a comprehensive range of metallurgical processes. Thermo Process Systems is a public subsidiary of Thermo Electron Corporation (NYSE: TMO).
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 /CONTACT: John N. Hatsopoulos of Thermo Electron, 617-622-1111/
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