BioteQ to Present Technical Paper at Expomin in Chile
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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Apr 09 (MARKET WIRE) -- BioteQ Environmental Technologies Inc. (TSX:BQE), a leader in the treatment of industrial waste water, will present a technical paper and have a trade show presence at Expomin, an international conference focused on the mining industry held every two years in Santiago, Chile. This year's conference takes place April 9 to 13 at Espacio Riesco. The conference and trade show is attended by more than 60,000 visitors from 35 countries over 5 days. BioteQ's paper will be presented at the Metals Recycling from Mining Waste Workshop on April 12 and 13. BioteQ's booth is located at C12-2-12B in the Canada Pavilion. WHAT: Presentation of a technical paper entitled "Recovery of Valuable Metals from Mining Wastewater: Case Studies" and presence at trade show WHEN: April 9 to 13, 2012 WHO: Andrew Hall, VP Sales and Marketing Antonio Saavedra, Sales Manager, Latin America WHERE: Espacio Riesco, Santiago, Chile, trade show booth C12-2-12B For more information, visit www.m2r2.eng.expomin.cl. BioteQ Corporate Profile BioteQ is an innovative clean technology leader in global industrial water treatment. The company's proven technologies have been applied at sites around the world to recover dissolved metals and remove sulphate, producing clean water and eliminating residual waste. BioteQ is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada and trades on the TSX under the symbol BQE. Please visit our website at www.bioteq.ca for additional information. Contacts: BioteQ Environmental Technologies Inc. Tanja McQueen VP Corporate Development 604-685-1243 or Toll Free: 1-800-537-3073 604-685-7778 (FAX) firstname.lastname@example.org www.bioteq.ca Copyright 2012, Market Wire, All rights reserved. -0-
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