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To: Sigmund who wrote (310)4/9/1999 9:27:00 AM
From: Frank Buck
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I want to see some serious financing.

Have you spoken or written to Brehm lately to see what is happening?

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To: Frank Buck who wrote (311)4/9/1999 11:38:00 AM
From: BRSteve
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There's been a lack of news here, except for the Arthur Anderson announcement. I hope at the seminar next week, there will be some information release on pending sales and shipments of product. We need something to stimulate interest in BUGS! Yours, Steve

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To: BRSteve who wrote (312)4/9/1999 5:01:00 PM
From: Sigmund
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talk about being volatile.

wonder what is going on.

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To: Sigmund who wrote (313)4/9/1999 5:17:00 PM
From: Frank Buck
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U.S. Microbicssees FY 99 EPS $0.50-$1.00

CARLSBAD, Calif., Nov 20 (Reuters) - U.S. Microbics said Friday that net income for its fiscal year ending September 10, 1999, will range between $0.50 and $1.00 per share, while revenues reach at least $30 million.

The company, a marketer of proprietary microbial technologies for environmental cleanup, said it will begin filling a $30 million product backlog on December 15, when its new Carlsbad facility begins full operations. Products will be shipped to customers in the commercial, industrial, agricultural and municipal markets.

Based on market conditions, the company said it could achieve revenues of up to $100 million by 2002.

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To: Sigmund who wrote (313)4/9/1999 6:43:00 PM
From: BRSteve
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I think Frank provided the news. See Msg. 313...What a relief and WOW! Yours, Steve

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To: BRSteve who wrote (315)4/15/1999 11:45:00 AM
From: Frank Buck
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Today is tax day (15 th) so that makes Monday the 19th of April. The day the International Insitu Bioremediation Conference kicks off.

"The first conference, the International Insitu Bioremediation Conference, will be held April 19-22, 1999 at the San Diego Convention Center, and will be attended by government, commercial, industrial and real estate professionals purchasing bioremediation products and services for the cleanup of contaminated properties. The second conference, the International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, scheduled for May 22-25, 2000 at the Monterey Conference Center and will be attended by companies, universities and government agencies seeking bioremediation solutions for the cleanup of sites contaminated by chlorinated solvents, PCBs, pesticides, explosive residues, chemical warfare agents and other toxic compounds."

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To: Frank Buck who wrote (316)4/21/1999 9:34:00 AM
From: VivB
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BUGS Bio-Raptor Well-Received at International Bioremediation Conference
biz.yahoo.com
Tuesday April 20, 10:02 am Eastern Time
Company Press Release
SOURCE: U.S. Microbics, Inc.
CARLSBAD, Calif., April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Over 1,500 scientists, engineers, consultants, and foreign company representatives are attending the International Insitu Bioremediation Conference in San Diego, where U.S. Microbics, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BUGS - news), is introducing its patented Bio-Raptor(TM) for contaminated soil cleanup, animal waste processing and green waste decomposition applications.

The Bio-Raptor(TM) is portable, street legal, and utilizes proprietary microbial blends with a patented application process to quickly and inexpensively decontaminate soil, decompose green waste, and remove odors, pathogen, and weed seeds from animal effluent.

The Bio-Raptor(TM) a shredder, conveyor, sprayer system is used to particalize soil into small chunks that can easily be sprayed with water containing activated microbial blends. After the contaminated soil passes through the Bio-Raptor(TM) system it is stacked onsite while the microbes break down the hydrocarbon chains into carbon dioxide, water, and other innocuous substances. In many cases, the concentration of the offending contaminates can be reduced to non-detectable levels or levels that meet governmental standards for a non-contaminated classification. Typical contaminants include: diesel fuel, gasoline, oil derivatives, pesticides and sludges, and animal waste streams from horse, cattle, and chicken sources.

The standard Bio-Raptor(TM) has a peak throughput capacity of 600 tons per hour and is ideally suited for portable insitu applications as well as centrally located operations such as a soil or waste-recycling center. The machine is also used worldwide in rock quarries and construction sites for soil screening applications, recycling, and aggregate sizing. Companies with machines similar to the Bio-Raptor(TM) can have their existing equipment retrofitted with the proprietary Microbial Application System to utilize the microbial blends required for bioremediation and waste processing.

''The International Insitu Bioremediation Conference is an excellent opportunity to introduce the Bio-Raptor(TM) and its applications as a high throughput, cost-effective solution for widespread soil contamination and waste problems plaguing our planet,'' said Robert Brehm, BUGS' president and CEO. Brehm indicated that he expected interest from many scientists around the world who wanted to use the Bio-Raptor(TM) for cost-effective, real world applications scaled up from their laboratory experiments. ''Here, at last, is a machine-microbe solution that solves the application problem of providing large surface area (small particle size), proper aeration, and water and microbe application all in a mobile package!'' To further the use of the Bio-Raptor(TM) on a world wide basis, BUGS is offering international licenses and Distributorships for selected applications in selected territories.

For further information about U.S. Microbics and their products contact Ric Eisenberg at 212-496-6828, or Robert Brehm at 760-918-1860 or visit the website at bugsatwork.com.

The information contained in this press release includes forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements usually contain the words ''estimate,'' ''anticipate,'' ''believe,'' ''expect,'' or similar expressions, that involve risks and uncertainties. These risks and uncertainties include the Company's status as a startup company with uncertain profitability, need for significant capital, uncertainty concerning market acceptance of its products, competition, limited service and manufacturing facilities, dependence on technological developments, and protection of its intellectual property. The Company's actual results could differ materially from those discussed herein. Factors that could cause or contribute to such differences are discussed more fully in the ''Risk Factors,'' ''Management's Discussion and Analysis or Plan of Operation'' and other sections of the Company's Form 10-KSB and other publicly available information regarding the Company on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Company will provide you with copies of this information upon request.

SOURCE: U.S. Microbics, Inc.

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To: VivB who wrote (317)4/23/1999 4:52:00 PM
From: Sigmund
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I can't imagine what is going on but the trading pattern is much more constructive. Even up on low volume the past three days and up on high volume today.

Looks to me like we are heading north.

Anyone have any ideas why?

I suspect it has to do with brokers recommending the stock.

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To: Sigmund who wrote (318)4/24/1999 8:36:00 AM
From: BRSteve
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I think it's the press release more than anything. I don't think that Stellar stocks, or whatever it's name is, recommendation has much to do with it, except it got BUGS name our to more investors. They show their compensation for their endorsement, so that, to me, deprives it of any real value. Yours, Steve

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To: BRSteve who wrote (319)4/24/1999 12:15:00 PM
From: Sigmund
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It is clear from Stellar report, they need financing to get listed on NASDAQ. That would seem to be the next step. The key question is financing at what price? $2.50, $4, $6, $8? Wish I knew the answer to that question. If the financing were at $2.50 they still couldn't get listed so I suppose that it will be at $4 or above.

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