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BioNeutral Signs Agreement With a Non-profit for Long-Term Removal of Formaldehyde to Save 10,000 Mobile Homes in Louisiana
Date:8/22/2008

Working with non-profit, faith-based and community organizations to

proactively get the job done

NEWARK, N.J., Aug. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- BioNeutral announced today the conclusion of an agreement with a non-profit organization to utilize its Ogiene(TM) FE technology to bring 10,000 mobile homes into full compliance so they can finally be safely used by those families so desperately in need of biohazard-free housing.

Dr. Andy Kielbania, Chief Scientist at BioNeutral, said, "All of our test data shows that Ogiene(TM) FE will be extremely effective in reducing and maintaining low levels of formaldehyde. We look forward to installing the first Ogiene(TM) FE systems in Louisiana mobile homes to bring relief to those who have endured so much suffering. Field test data will be carefully monitored and provided to the appropriate organizations."

Steve Browand, Managing Director, said, "We have authorized the human and financial resources to commence installation of our new Ogiene(TM) FE systems within the next few weeks. BioNeutral's staff will diligently work with non-profit and faith-based organizations to accelerate the availability of safe mobile homes and temporary dwellings which are currently unavailable due to formaldehyde contamination. The agreement contains special pricing which has been developed exclusively for this non-profit sector, making this a real life-saving solution to a serious problem. Our program will undoubtedly have a tremendous quality-of-life impact on the lives of over 100,000 affected families."

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