WFNN Starts Recommending Summit Environmental Shows Bright Future for Earnings Helping on Fire Dangers and Health Products for Heating Up Metabolism.

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Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp of World Financial News Network started coverage and gives favorable analysis to Summit Environment as a company shows bright future for earnings helping on fire dangers and health products for heating up metabolism.

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Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp, WFNN's Chief Independent Analyst, said, “Halon 1211 was a widely used fire suppression and explosion protection agent. It was applied primarily as a wetting agent and was the fire-extinguishing agent of choice for many uses, such as most fire extinguishers. Its production was halted in 1994 by actions taken at the 1992 Geneva Peace Conference primarily because Halon 1211 has one of the higher ozone depletion potentials of any compound. Halon 1211 is still approved for certain limited mission-critical uses (such as ship- and shore-based crash, fire and rescue), but existing installations of Halon 1211 that are not mission critical must switch to an approved, acceptable alternative. With the QVC agreement in place, we see the company stock moving up to $2.00 and earning a penny a share in the next twelve months."

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About Summit Environment: Summit Environmental distributes and markets the following proprietary products. All of the products are manufactured exclusively for them: FIREPOWER 911(TM) and FLAMEOUT(R). These products are fire suppressants and fire retardants. Dr. Mohsen C. Amiran and his company, BioGenesis, to be a replacement for Halon 1211, developed FLAMEOUT(R). Halon 1211 was a widely used fire suppression and explosion protection agent. It was applied primarily as a wetting agent and was the fire-extinguishing agent of choice for many uses, such as most fire extinguishers. Its production was halted in 1994 by actions taken at the 1992 Geneva Peace Conference primarily because Halon 1211 has one of the higher ozone depletion potentials of any compound. Halon 1211 is still approved for certain limited mission-critical uses (such as ship- and shore-based crash, fire and rescue), but existing installations of Halon 1211 that are not mission critical must switch to an approved, acceptable alternative.

Keith Parker, CEO

Summit Environmental Corporation, Inc. (OTC: SEVT)

133 E. Tyler St.

Longview, TX 75601

Phone: 903-758-0551

Fax: 903-758-1903

Toll Free: 800-522-7841

http://www.seci-them.com/
kparker@summitenvironmental.com

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