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WESTON CONDUCTS IRELAND'S NATIONWIDEENVIRONMENTAL STUDY FOR WASTE DISPOSAL AND REUSE

 WEST CHESTER, Pa., Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Ireland's Ministry of the Environment has engaged Weston-FTA Ltd., a joint venture of Weston International, Inc., and Fehily Timoney and Associates, Cork, Ireland, to develop a national sewage sludge management strategy among the country's 31 local administrative authorities, it was announced today.
 Weston International, Inc., is a wholly owned subsidiary of Roy F. Weston, Inc. (NASDAQ: WSTNA) (WESTON)(R), a leading international environmental services company. Fehily Timoney and Associates is an Irish consulting firm specializing in civil and environmental engineering. Weston-FTA operates in Ireland and throughout Europe, providing environmental engineering and management services.
 Under an initial $250,000 contract, Weston-FTA has undertaken a comprehensive sludge strategy study to determine innovative and cost- effective approaches to Ireland's sewage sludge waste issues that meet European Economic Community directives, in addition to national environmental regulations and specific local community needs. Weston- FTA's study will explore state-of-the-art sludge treatment technologies and reuse potential for agriculture, land reclamation, forestry, soil production, composting, as well as energy and resource recovery.
 According to Philip M. Chen, P.E., president of Weston International, Inc. and managing director of Weston-FTA Ltd., the study offers an opportunity to create a national strategy that fully integrates varying waste management requirements on the municipal level.
 "As a result, the Weston-FTA study will embrace the optimization of Ireland's national resources, the protection of its environment, the realization of sustainable development and the long-term needs of its communities," Chen said.
 With corporate headquarters in West Chester, WESTON is an international environmental engineering, design and consulting firm specializing in analytical services, remediation, facility construction and operations, technical information management and major program services. Through its U.S. network of 45 offices and laboratories, WESTON serves the environmental needs of domestic and multinational companies, department-level federal organizations, state agencies and municipalities. The company's European operations are based in Cork, Ireland, and Torino, Italy.
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