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BioMaxx Systems Inc. Signs Engagement Letter With Alcofuel Technologies for Provision of an Ethanol Micro-Refinery
Date:8/19/2007

TORONTO, Aug. 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- BioMaxx Systems Inc. (Other OTC: BMXSF), is pleased to announce it has signed an engagement letter with Alcofuel Technologies Ltd., for the provision of the design, manufacture and installation of an ethanol micro-refinery. Pursuant to the engagement letter, Alcofuel Technologies has agreed, subject to the terms and conditions of the engagement letter, to design and manufacture a small scale ethanol micro-refinery capable of producing 30,000 litres of ethanol per day. The micro-refinery will be capable of processing fuel grade ethanol from a variety of feed-stocks indigenous to Asia, such as Cassava, Sweet Sorghum and cellulosic biomass.

It is the intention of BioMaxx Systems Inc., to locate the ethanol micro- refinery in our Thailand demonstration facility and utilize waste by-products from our bio-diesel production facility to produce inexpensive ethanol alcohols.

BioMaxx Systems has chosen Alcofuel Technologies based on their extensive experience in the ethanol production industry and their access to proprietary ethanol production process technologies.

About BioMaxx Systems Inc.

BioMaxx Systems is a biotechnology consulting company that focuses on the development of innovative technology solutions to address our dependence on fossil fuels. The company develops technologies to produce clean fuels such as Ethanol and Hydrogen and promotes clean, efficient alternatives that reduce harmful carbon dioxide emissions and Green House Gases.

BioMaxx Systems Inc. provides professional consulting services in the fields of biotechnology, bio-fuels, renewable energy and related specializations. BioMaxx will leverage the knowledge of our experienced professionals and consultants with distinct specializations in the key areas of biotechnology and bio-energy. BioMaxx Systems Inc. is a Canadian company with international reach, covering most global markets.

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