Seair expands wastewater treatment capabilities

    EDMONTON, Sept. 30 /CNW/ - Seair Inc. (SDS:TSX Venture Exchange) is
pleased to announce it has expanded its remote wastewater treatment
capabilities by introducing a mobile treatment plant capable of handling all
wastewater processing requirements for camps of 500 or more people. The mobile
camp system is based on the same environmentally friendly proprietary systems
as Seair's portable wastewater treatment plants.
    In addition, Seair has expanded its fleet of automated portable
wastewater treatment plants. The fleet of just over 100 units will be
available for the upcoming winter busy season. Seair has more than doubled its
fleet since using proceeds from the convertible debentures issued in June
2007. The strong cash flow provided by the fleet provides Seair with a
foundation for expansion and market development in other applications of
Seair's patented diffusion technologies. For example, excellent field results
including improved production and reduced energy consumption at pulp and paper
mills continue to attract interest from a number of potential customers.
    Finally, Seair continues work on the Wolf Creek residential wastewater
treatment project. When this installation is completed in early 2009 it is
expected to be Seair's reference site for the new generation of eco-friendly
and efficient rural community wastewater treatment solutions.
    Harold Kinasewich, Seair's President and CEO, states "we are looking
forward to a strong winter with our expanded fleet of portable waste water
treatment plants. Now, with the addition of the mobile camp plants we are in
an even better position to meet our customers' needs no matter how large their
implementation may be."

    About Seair

    Seair is a leading developer of patent-protected diffusion and
sterilization technologies, which allow for the efficient diffusion of gases
into liquids, thereby facilitating numerous applications in a wide variety of
industries, including wastewater treatment, pulp and paper production, food
processing, aquaculture, agriculture/horticulture, sterilization, golf course
irrigation and pond treatment, animal enhancement and oil and gas. Seair's
primary focus is developing and selling equipment that diffuses gases, such as
oxygen, ozone or carbon dioxide, into a liquid, resulting in a supersaturated
solution. The major difference between Seair's and others' diffusion
technologies is Seair's ability to achieve extremely small bubble size, which
in turn allows for the mass transfer of gas to fluid. The result is a stable
condition, where gases remain in solution for extended periods of time,
leading to increased productivity and lower operating costs. Seair provides
diffusion-enhanced portable wastewater treatment plants through its
subsidiary, Seair Septic.
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    This news release may contain certain forward-looking statements that
reflect the current views and/or expectations of Seair Inc. with respect to
its performance, business or future events. Such statements are subject to a
number of risks, uncertainties and assumptions. Actual results and events may


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For further information:

For further information: Harold Kinasewich, Seair Inc., T: (780)
477-7188, F: (780) 477-6622, E:

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