Solution Recovery Services and Corn LP Enter Into a COSS (Corn Oil Separation System) Purchase Agreement

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DEXTER, Mich. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Solution Recovery Services (SRS) announced today that it has signed a purchase agreement with Corn LP to supply their COSS (Corn Oil Separation System) at Corn LP's 55 million gallon ethanol plant in Goldfield, Iowa.

Under the terms of the agreement, SRS will design, build and provide technical engineering support for the COSS system. Corn LP will provide and manage the recommended site improvements and the installation of the system.

Brad Davis, General Manager of Corn LP, said that "Corn LP continues to look for ways to enhance the return on investments of its investors, and this project is a natural fit for us. The proven module design of the SRS system, their expertise in high speed centrifuges, and their outstanding technical service program will allow us to complete the project by year end and make sure that it will produce revenues for years to come."

"All of us at SRS are excited about the project with Corn LP, and we are looking forward to working with Mr. Andy Miller, the Corn LP Plant Manager, and his team to make sure that the COSS system is fully operational by December 31, 2010," said Phil Schoof, Senior Vice President and General Manager of SRS.

He added "We are confident that Corn LP will enjoy the same industry leading performance benefits that our current customers have come to expect. When you couple the performance benefits of our high g-force, high speed centrifuges with the SRS technical service program, you get exceptional oil production yields and unparalleled uptime approaching 99%."

For additional information about the COSS system or to speak with one of our separation specialists, please call (734) 426-9015 or visit us on the web at or to view our complete list of products and services.

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