ATG Wins Two Contracts Worth $5.2 Million; Includes a $4.3 Million Waste Water Treatment Facility

Updated 8:04 AM ET October 23, 2000

FREMONT, Calif. (BUSINESS WIRE) - ATG Inc., a leading provider of waste management services, today announced that its Field Engineering Group has won two contracts worth approximately $5.2 million.

The first contract, valued at approximately $4.3 million, is the expansion of the wastewater treatment facility for the Hilmar County Water District, Hilmar, California. The project involves the installation of various wastewater treatment structures, including advanced fermentation ponds, high rate aeration basins, settling ponds, sludge drying beds, maturation pond and treated water percolation ponds. Performance period for the project is 270 days.

The second contract, valued at approximately $0.9 million, is the demolition and renovation of a Longs Drugs store in California. This is the second construction management project for Longs Drugs Stores. Performance period is 180 days.

"I am pleased that we increase contracting opportunities in the local government sector leveraging our wastewater processing capability," said Doreen Chiu, president and chief executive officer of ATG.

About ATG Inc.

ATG Inc. is a leading provider of environmental technologies and hazardous and radioactive waste management services. The Company offers a comprehensive set of thermal and non-thermal treatment solutions for hazardous and radioactive wastes. The Company's Engineering and Construction Division provides environmental remediation and facility construction services for the commercial, institutional and government clients.