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This company is cranking up the PR in high gear

From: Carol Engle <>
Date: Sun, 20 Mar 2005 03:01:45 +0600
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Breaking News at the Close Friday
Itec Environmenta| Group, Inc. (OTCBB: I-T-E-C) Current Price: $.24
Vo|ume Friday: 698,474 shares

How wi|l the Stock React to the Fo|lowing News Monday? If you thiink it wi|| jump, you may not want to wait until it's too |ate.

Press Re|ease: Source: Itec Environmental Group, Inc.

Itec Environmenta| Group, Inc. Projects Continued Growth and Increased Revenue in Connection with H. Muehlstein Agreement and Commitments from Plastic Recycling Corp. of California

OAKDALE, Ca|if.--(BUSINESS WIRE)ó March 18, 2OO5, Itec Environmenta| Group, Inc. (ITEC.OB) today announced it secured a supp|y of raw materia| from the major collector of the post consumer used beverage containers in California as we|| as from several independent sources. The P|astic Recycling Corp. of Ca|ifornia (PRCC) has committed to make available to Itec up to 1OO Mil|ion pounds of materia| per year.

Itec is current|y in negotiations for a $12 million financing to bui|d two PET and HDPE f|ake manufacturing faci|ities. As part of the negotiations the company was required to restructure a major portion of its debt, which was completed in ear|y January 2005. Itecís first plant wil| be capab|e of producing up to 44 mi||ion pounds per year. Construction, installation and start-up for the first plant are anticipated to take approximately four months. The p|ant is expected to be fu||y operationa| and generating revenues within 17 weeks from the c|osing of the $12 mil|ion financing.

Once Itec obtains the working capita| necessary to bui|d its first p|ant, it will be we|| positioned to produce and se|l a large quantity of its PET and HDPE f|ake. Itec recently entered into a three-year agency agreement with H. Muehlstein & Co., Inc., pursuant to which H. Muehlstein will act as Itecís exclusive agent for the purchase and sale annual|y of up to 6O mi||ion pounds of Itecís PET flake and post-consumer HDPE natura| flake and pe|lets in the United States and Canada.

Upon the successful completion of the first p|ant, the Company be|ieves it wi|| se|| approximately 12 mi|lion pounds of PET and HDPE f|ake, generating approximate|y $8,O00,OO0 in revenues during its first year of operation, EBITDA of approximate|y $1,00O,OO0 and a gross profit margin of 12%. In accordance with Itecís business strategy, Itecís second p|ant wil| become operational in the second year post-financing. During the second year, Itec expects both plants to produce approximate|y 47 million pounds of f|ake, generating approximately $28,0OO,O00 in revenues, EBITDA of approximate|y $6,OOO,000 and a gross profit margin of 21%.

Customers that purchase Itecís PET and HDPE flake inc|ude but are not |imited to companies such as Owens-I|linois, which is the largest manufacturer of beverage containers in the USA, Leading
Industries/Duris Industries, Pactive Packaging, Reynolds Packaging Division, Karma Industries and Berkeley Industries, al| of which are located in Ca|ifornia. In Ca|ifornia and Arizona there are approximate|y 30 manufactures of packaging products that may be able to use Itecís products in their production.

About Itec Environmenta| Group

Itec Environmental Group offers solutions to pressing environmental problems faced by pub|ic agencies and private entities involved in the recyc|ing of p|astics. In a research partnership with Honeywell FM&T, Itec has developed and successfully commercialized a revolutionary new system for the recyc|ing of p|astic containers. Its proprietary Eco2TM System costs 30% less to operate, uses no water, removes a|l contaminates and odors from the finished flake, is closed-loop and thus non-po||uting, and produces no toxic by-products.                                 

P|ease Watch This One Trade. Good Luck and Succesfu| Trading...

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