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SW Umwelttechnik bucks market trend with strong order intake

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order intake

20.02.2009

* EUR5 million order for drinking water and wastewater treatment plant in Romania * Waste water purification systems for Austrian oil pipeline * First order for bridge beams in Hungary

SW Umwelttechnik - a listed family business with its  core  markets   in  Central Europe - won orders worth over EUR7 million in February 2009 and keep order books stable despite harsh trading conditions in the industrial and commercial market segment. This success is testimony  to  the  group's  strategy  of focusing  on public sector's infrastructural and environmental investments.

SW Umwelttechnik subsidiary OMS Romania srl has won two  orders  for wastewater treatment plants in Transylvania. A EUR4.5m contract comprises  a  drinking water purification plant and a 20 km distribution network for the town  of Sangeorgiu de Padure. It also involves a 20 km sewer network to collect wastewater  for  a fully biological treatment plant with a capacity of 710  cu m/hour. The other order is for a EUR1.7m project in Sancraiu de  Mures, Zalau municipality, under which the sewer network will be extended by 20 km and pumping stations will be replaced. Both projects are funded by the EU and the Romanian  government, and are scheduled for completion in the second quarter of 2010.

SW Umwelttechnik Österreich GmbH will supply surface  water   protection  systems for nine pumping, pressure relief and evacuation stations  on  the  Transalpine Ölleitung (TAL) oil pipeline in   Austria  and  Northern  Italy  worth EUR500,000. These  equipment   will  prevent  any  oil    spills    and    prevent    groundwater contamination.

The group has also won a EUR400,000 order for bridge beams for the Komarom bypass project - its first contract of this kind in Hungary; delivery is due in August of this year. SW Umwelttechnik is to manufacture 75 bridge  members  of lengths up to 33 m and deliver   them  to  the  construction  site,  resulting in rapid erection.

SW Umwelttechnik expects a further sharp decline in all forms of   investment  by industrial and commercial companies in CEE countries in 2009,  but  sees  public sector investment holding up or even increasing due to  the  announced  stimulus programmes.

The group will provide a detailed review of business developments  in 2008  and an updated outlook for 2009 when it announces  its   preliminary  results  on  27 February 2009.

Founded in 1910, SW Umwelttechnik remains a family business, though it has  been listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange since 1997.  The   group  is  known  for  its commitment  to  sustainable  enterprise   and  rapid  expansion  in  Central  and Southeastern Europe (CSE). Its innovative environmental technology products  are contributing to infrastructure renewal in CSE.

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Further inquiry note:
Dr. Bernd Wolschner
Member of the management Board
Tel:            +43 (0)7259 31350
Mobile:        +43 (0)664 3413953
Fax:            +43 / (0)7259 31356

Michaela Werbitsch
Investor Relations
Tel:            +43 (0)7259 31350
Mobile:        +43 (0)664 8117662
Fax:            +43 (0)7259 31356
E-mail:        michaela.werbitsch@sw-umwelttechnik.com
Web:            www.sw-umwelttechnik.com

Branche: Technology
ISIN:      AT0000808209
WKN:        910497
Index:    WBI
Börsen:  Börse Berlin / free trade
              Börse Frankfurt / free trade
              Wiener Börse AG / Regulated free trade



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