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MedClean Technologies, Inc. Awarded MedAssets Supply Chain Systems Contract
Date:3/26/2009

MedClean to Offer RMW Solutions to MedAssets' GPO Customer Hospitals

BETHEL, Conn., March 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- MedClean Technologies, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: MCLN), a provider of innovative technology and services for onsite treatment and disposal of regulated medical waste (RMW), today announced that its RMW solutions, including its flagship MedClean(R) Series Systems, has been awarded a contract by MedAssets Supply Chain Systems, a leading group purchasing organization. The MedClean Series System is a turnkey RMW solution for customer hospitals and hospital networks to manage RMW and the destruction of confidential documents.

MedAssets Supply Chain Systems is one of the nation's largest group purchasing organizations (GPOs) providing innovative solutions for healthcare providers to improve their margins and cash flow. MedAssets awards vendor contracts based on extensive criteria including product quality and customer service. The terms of the contract make the MedClean Series immediately available to MedAssets' hospital and IDN GPO customers.

"We are excited to collaborate with MedAssets and believe that the relationship with this leading GPO will enable us to provide our proven MedClean solutions to an expanding base of potential hospital customers," said Scott Grisanti, President and CEO of MedClean Technologies, Inc. "We are proud that our solution meets the rigorous requirements of MedAssets and excited to help MedAssets' customers meet their regulatory requirements for processing RMW and the destruction of confidential documents, while simultaneously helping these customers to reduce their expenses, minimize liability and protect the environment. This unique relationship expands our market reach. We look forward to a long and mutually productive relationship."

Mark Miriani, president of MedAssets Supply Chain Systems added, "MedClean's on-demand, containerized solutions, al
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