October 31, 2006


Elk Grove, CA (PRWEB) October 27, 2006—Concrete Washout Systems, Inc. (CWS), announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued three patents to Concrete Washout Systems, recognizing and protecting its industry-innovating concrete waste management solution, providing the safe containment and recycling of concrete washout wastewater and solids. The issued patents cover both ramped and rampless concrete washout bins, which are portable, self-contained, and watertight units that permit concrete trucks and pumps to safely wash out after pouring concrete. The watertight concrete washout containers can be moved throughout the worksite as needed.


Mark Jenkins, President of Concrete Washout Systems, Inc, stated, “These patents represent the tremendous effort and investment that CWS has made in developing technology to prevent pollution and enable recycling of a very challenging waste product. We want to congratulate our licensees across the country for being pioneers in a new industry and we look forward to their continued rapid growth.”


The Concrete Washout System is licensed to independently owned and operated CWS partners. CWS is accepting applications for licensed partners to distribute their concrete washout containers in select markets. Currently Concrete Washout Systems has licensed partners operating in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, and Texas.


About Concrete Washout Systems, Inc.

Concrete Washout Systems is a concrete waste management pioneer in the areas of concrete washout and wastewater removal, treatment and recycling. The company develops technologies that reduce the potential sources of water pollution from construction sites. CWS is a cost effective, environmentally friendly, and compliant alternative for homebuilders, contractors, ready mix and pump operators, and environmental engineering firms.


The CWS concrete washout bins are covered by one or more of the following patents: 7,118,633; 7,121,288 and 7,124,767. The patents can be viewed at the USPTO’s website at http://www.uspto.gov