Environmental Solutions Worldwide CEO Mark Nicole To Be Interviewed On 'Before The Bell' Radio Program
1 November 2000
Environmental Solutions Worldwide CEO Mark Nicole To Be Interviewed On 'Before The Bell' Radio ProgramMARKHAM, Ontario--Nov. 1, 2000--Environmental Solutions Worldwide, Inc. (OTCBB:ESWW), the developer of a high-performance environmentally friendly catalytic converter and spark plug technology, announced today that Chief Executive Officer Mark Nicole will be a guest on the financial radio program "Before the Bell" on Thursday, November 2 at 8:30 a.m. EST.
Mr. Nicole will be interviewed by program host and senior financial consultant Mark Crociati. The broadcast from Boston, Massachusetts, can be heard live in the New England area on radio station WBNW at 1120AM on the dial or WPLM-AM at 1390AM. "Before the Bell" is heard by more than one million listeners in the Massachusetts area. The live broadcast also can be accessed on the Internet at www.1120wbnw.com.
Environmental Solutions Worldwide, Inc., through its wholly owned BBL Technologies, Inc., subsidiary, is a developer of proprietary catalytic converter technology used in its prototype Enviro Cat(TM) catalytic converter, which is designed to dramatically reduce toxic emissions, including nitrous oxide, expelled by internal combustion engines. The converter requires no precious metals in the manufacturing process, making it less expensive to produce. The Company also has developed a new, highly efficient spark plug with the potential of increasing the efficiency of internal combustion engines, reducing toxic emissions while increasing fuel economy. Environmental Solutions holds Canadian patents and U.S. patent pending on its catalytic converter technology and is in the process of obtaining worldwide patent protection. The Company also holds a U.S. patent for its spark plug technology. For additional information visit the Company's Web site at (www.cleanerfuture.com) or call Mark Nicole, CEO, or David Johnson, COO, at 905-947-9923.
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