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Puradyn Working to Assist Florida Municipalities With Environmental Directives

November 12, 2008

BOYNTON BEACH, FL – Puradyn Filter Technologies Incorporated continues to assist Florida municipalities in implementing Florida environmental directives as well as broadening its reach to national levels, according to Marketwire. Puradyn ships approximately 4,000 replacement filters a year to Miami-Dade County.

Kevin Kroger, president and COO, said, “Miami-Dade County Fleet Management Administration has used the puraDYN system for several years on their fleet of garbage trucks and continues to be one of our many success stories. We recently began working with other counties in Florida.”

This program will involve outfitting more than 650 vehicles with puraDYN bypass oil filtration systems, translating into nearly 2,000 replacement filters consumed annually. The program is scheduled to be shipped throughout 2009, with the first allotment of 60+ systems already having been delivered. The puraDYN system will be installed on all County vehicles, including earth-moving equipment, refuse trucks, and fire and emergency vehicles. Kroger expects similar performance with the systems as demonstrated by Miami-Dade.

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