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A BETTER SCOND DRAFT JAN, 7 2000 9:00 AM LA TIME


Stock Holders and Investors, THE TIME IS RIGHT FOR EPTC 


Consumers, Federal and State Government and Local Pollution control Boards
are making the clean up of wastes that pollute the water supply a major 
priority. There are over 30,000 farms that need to become compliant with 
Federal clean water laws over the next three years. Food wastes for
restraints and food processors will no longer be accepted by landfills 
in many states past December 31, 2000. The solution to these problems 
represents an major multi-billion dollar opportunity.

       
EPTC was established to solve environmental problems regarding the safe 
conversion and removal of waste created by large livestock, poultry, and 
food producers and similar operations. 

Environmental Products & Technologies Corporation (EPTC) is a diversified 
agribusiness manufacturing company has developed and is selling a 
Closed-loop Waste Management Process for livestock operations and food 
production that solves this waste problem. The system separates solid from
liquid, processing the solids into an extent-pathogen-free, nutrient-rich 
soil amendment in less than three days -- in contrast to weeks or months for
conventional systems. 


In early December 1999 EPTC announced a sale of Closed-loop Waste Management 
System for use in processing food waste from various supermarkets and 
restaurants on the island of Oahu. The sale, valued in excess of $500,000
provides for delivery and installation of a dual vessel Bioreactor system 
during the first quarter of 2000. The system is capable of processing 
approximately 25 tons of organic waste (including food, dairy, and green 
waste) per day. The purchaser anticip ates the purchase of up to 20 
additional systems after the initial systems are operating at full capacity. 
That could mean additional sales of $4 million to this one customer
alone.


A recent strong buy recommendation given to EPTC by The Phoenix Group 
International is one that should not be ignored. At a recent price 
of $2.50 per share down from over $10.00 in mid-1999, the stock looks to 
be in the buy range. Based on information announced by the company 
and the recently revised research report, the stock has potential for a 
move to new highs as the backlog of contracts for its waste manage system 
is anticipated to grow in the coming months.


We believe that now is the time to take a close look at the
shares of EPTC. Approximately 8.5 million shares outstanding and a $20
million market capitalization. Based on EPTC's statement that it could sell
and install close to 50 units during in 2000 the company is selling at
about 1.2 times anticipated sales. The multi-billion market for the company's
products could produce extremely rapid growth from a flood of customers in
great need of a solution to keep their businesses operational come January
2001. 

       
EPTC has been in development of its Closed Loop Waste Management System in 
has been spent to bring it to its current state of full development. The 
systems are designed to be scalable for just about any size organic waste
management job. This is one of the key reasons that the company will find 
that its system meets the needs of a broad range of customers with needs
that can be satisfied in no other economically sound, safe, and practical
way.

       
The buy recommendation points out that the time has come. This does not 
refer solely to product design or the company's ability to deliver at least 
50 complete systems in the during 2000. It is expected that each of these 
systems will range for $250,000 t o $450,000 depending on the specific needs 
of the customer. 

The time has come refers to the attitude that consumers and even more 
importantly government at all levels has finally adopted.
Laws and rules that have been on the books for years are finally receiving
major attention and are starting to be enforced to the letter of the law.

Government has also recognized that some of these laws are changes to prior 
rules and enforcement attitudes. To help encourage business and farms to
invest in modern waste handling system they have provided financing programs
to many regions in the form of very favorable long term, low
cost loans, and bond financing.


Food wastes produced by food processors and restaurants in many cities and 
states such as California will soon no longer be accepted at land fills 
after December 31, 2000. 


This waste will require special handling and in many cases the EPTC Closed 
Loop Waste Management system may be the only alternative. The needs of the 
high density hog, dairy, and cattle raising industry have been highlighted 
by many problems this past year. The most important to regulators in the 
potential damage that these operation may cause to the water supply if the 
waste in not handled in a safe manner. 


This is not a recommendation to buy or sell the shares of Environmental 
Products and Technologies. The shares of this company should be considered 
high risk. This notice serves as a bulletin to advise our readers of a 
possible opportunity in the environmental waste management business. 


We advise our readers to always research carefully and consult
an investment professional before making investment decisions. For
additional information investors should visit the company's web site at
http://204.4.8.16/eptctwo.html


or send us an E-mail at   cci2 at bolt.com
or call (805) 446-1189 for more info today.


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