27th June 2002
FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL INC.
2614 Queenswood Dr.
Victoria BC V8N 1X5
|NASDAQ – OTC:BB – “FXSO”||FRANKFURT “FXT”|
Flexible Solutions Announces New Distributor – U.K. and Eire
Flexible Solutions is pleased to announce that they and Jetstream Products, from the United Kingdom, have signed an exclusive agreement for the distribution of Heat$avr for commercial swimming pools in the United Kingdom and Eire. The United Kingdom has an estimated total of 155,000 in-ground pools, making it the fourth largest market in Europe, after France, Spain, and Germany. Heat$avr is a biodegradable solution that slows down the evaporation of water from swimming pools to reduce energy and water usage. \par \par Jetstream Products also distributes counter-current swimming pool systems, hydrotherapy massage equipment, energy conservation systems, energy efficient heating, and water features. Other Corporate News: The US Patent office has issued a letter of allowability for Flexible Solutions’ advanced formulation for Water$avr for use on soil and cropland. This second Water$avr patent will prove very useful for saving water in areas with high or low natural pH values.Flexible Solutions (NASDAQ- OTC:BB- “FXSO”; FRANKFURT- “FXT) is an environmental biotechnology company engaged in the development and sale of energy and water conservation products.For more information please contact:
|David Katzov or Grant Moonie||In Europe: Holtermann & Team|
|Corporate Communications||tel: 0-69-2193 1352|
|Flexible Solutions Intl. Ltd||fax: 0-69 2193 1321|
|(250) 477 9821||email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
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