Blue Earth Solutions Announces the Addition of Richard Mays as "Special Counsel for Government Affairs" and the Closing of the Purchase of the Clermont, Florida Facility

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Blue Earth Solutions, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BESN) closes on building in Clermont, Florida. Patricia A. Cohen and family used personnel funds for the down payment of $676,000 that will be converted to preferred stock. The balance of the building was seller held financing at a rate of 7% interest only 3 year balloon. This building will serve as the company’s first major processing center and corporate headquarters.

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My confidence in the future of the company shows in my eagerness to personally finance the expansion. With the opening of the plant, the overwhelming participation from major corporations, and the support of such esteemed individuals as Richard Mays, I feel that we are right where we need to be to accomplish every goal we set out for and beyond.

Blue Earth Solutions, Inc. is also excited to announce Richard Mays joining Blue Earth as "Special Council for Government Affairs". Following law school, Mr. Mays worked at the United States Justice Department in Washington, D.C. under the Attorney General Graduate Program and eventually returned to Arkansas to serve as Pulaski County Deputy Prosecuting Attorney. Thereafter, Mr. Mays entered the private practice of law and while practicing law was also elected to the Arkansas General Assembly in 1972, becoming the first African American elected to that body in the 20th Century. Mr. Mays is a former Arkansas Supreme Court Justice appointed by President Clinton during his first term as Governor of Arkansas. In 1990, Mr. Mays was appointed to the Arkansas Ethics Commission by then Governor Clinton and served as its first chairman. During the 1992 presidential campaign, Mr. Mays served as a member of the Clinton-Gore National Finance Committee and later as a National Co-Chairman of the Inaugural Committee. In 1993, Mr. Mays was appointed Deputy Treasurer of the Democratic National Finance Committee. From 1993 to 1995, Mr. Mays was also employed as a Senior Vice-President of Cassidy & Associates, one of the largest public affairs firms in Washington, D.C.

Patricia A. Cohen, CEO, was quoted, "My confidence in the future of the company shows in my eagerness to personally finance the expansion. With the opening of the plant, the overwhelming participation from major corporations, and the support of such esteemed individuals as Richard Mays, I feel that we are right where we need to be to accomplish every goal we set out for and beyond."

About Blue Earth Solutions, Inc:

Blue Earth Solutions offers a true environmentally friendly process that reduces EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) from landfills and other potentially hazardous sites and returns it to its original form making it possible to manufacture new polystyrene (plastic) products. Blue Earth is a solution to the EPS waste problem as we are able to recycle it with our proprietary biodegradable solution and recreate polystyrene pellets that we expect to sell for less than new polystyrene pellets. With the significant increase in crude oil prices, plastic continues to increase in cost. Our Styro-Solve(TM) process can reduce the planets consumption of oil, a major part of polystyrene manufacturing, which further increases the value of our process. The majority of polystyrene products are currently not recycled because of a lack of suitable recycling facilities. Furthermore, when it is "recycled," it is not a closed loop — polystyrene cups and other packaging materials are usually recycled into fillers in other plastics, or other items that cannot themselves be recycled and are thrown away. The mission of Blue Earth Solutions is the reversal of this norm which we are implementing a closed loop process to make our planet truly blue.

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Except for historical information, the matters set forth herein, which are forward-looking statements, involve certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ. Potential risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, perceived or actual benefits from Blue Earth Solutions planned operations, the market acceptance and level of sales derived from its operations.

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