NEWBURY PARK, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)—Mar. 5, 2009–Electronic Sensor Technology (EST) (OTC BB: ESNR.OB), a leading provider of innovative homeland security, environmental and healthcare solutions, announced the receipt of an order for 3 units of Model 4300 zNoseâ instruments from Security Pro., USA for the monitoring of environmental odors for a petroleum and oil exploration company.
“We are very pleased with our alliance with Security Pro.” said Dr. Teong Lim, Chairman and CEO of EST. “We expect more units will be sold to the security customers through their well established sales organization”.
In “The Case for Cross-Media Environmental Policy” (2005), the point is made that “MTBE is soluble in water and its plume travels faster and persists longer than other gasoline components, it has degraded ground water and surface waters. Throughout the state the degradation is due to leaks from tanks, pipelines, uncombusted gasoline from boats during refueling and operation in at least 52 surface water reservoirs, and direct spills (California Department of Health Services 2003.” This environmental hazard exists in every state.
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Founded in 1995, Electronic Sensor Technology has developed and patented a chemical vapor analysis process. We believe that the Company’s product line is positioned to eliminate key vulnerabilities in the homeland security market, specifically in maritime port, airport and border security applications.
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