AGILYX TO EXHIBIT AT WASTE EXPO 2014

2014 Marks Third Consecutive Year of Participation.

March 12, 2014 — (BEAVERTON, OR) -- Agilyx Corporation today announced that it will participate in Waste Expo 2014 which will be held in Atlanta at the Georgia World Congress Center April 29 through May 1, 2014. Waste Expo is the premier trade show for the waste and recycling industry with more than 500 equipment and service vendors and average annual attendance of more than 10,000 delegates. This marks the third straight year that Agilyx has been an exhibitor at Waste Expo. Agilyx will be located at Booth #1522.

"We are delighted to again participate as an exhibitor at Waste Expo and recognize this event as providing us with significant visibility to one of our key target audiences”, commented Jon Angin, Vice President of Business Development for Agilyx. “We look forward to updating our customers and others in the industry on our progress with our new Generation 6 technology.” 

About Agilyx Corporation

Agilyx is an alternative energy company – the first in the world to economically convert difficult-to-recycle waste plastics into crude oil through a patented system that is scalable, versatile, and environmentally beneficial. Applying its proprietary technology, Agilyx reduces plastic waste normally destined for landfills, produces refinery-ready crude oil, and creates community and local jobs with its small-scale, distributed waste management and energy production approach. The company’s technology is sold to industrial and municipal waste plastic generators and aggregators seeking to reduce disposal-related costs and increase plastics-associated revenues – all while meeting challenging environmental standards, curbing the need for new landfills, and extracting the often-unused and untapped energy contained within waste plastic. 

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