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Date:11/8/2011

BAYSIDE, N.Y., Nov. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Structural Enhancement Technologies Corp. (OTCBB "EMWW") announces the launch of its Households "touch surfaces" anti microbial protection program in the state of Kentucky.  The purpose of the program is to deliver cost effective anti microbial protection to the surfaces in a home or apartment that family members most likely would repeatedly come in contact with, and possibly continue to transfer bacterial or viral surface contamination to other household surfaces.  The company's invisible, odorless, permanent, light activated treatment is harmless to humans and pets.  It will last effectively for over a year, and can be refreshed very inexpensively.  The company's trained applicators can complete a treatment in less than 2 hours with minimal inconvenience, at a charge of $199 per treatment.

The company intends to offer the service in the New York area after January 1, 2012.

Structural Enhancement Technologies Corp. has spent the last 12 months reorganizing its activities to move from sponsoring thick-film plastic carriers of anti-microbial technology to sponsoring liquid-film carriers of anti-microbial technology.   The benefits of the thin-film liquid coatings over thick-film coatings are: Higher application speed, lower material cost, less interruption to a customer's operation, and finally, less change to surface finish appearance after the anti-microbial application.

The Company's titanium oxide is light activated "extremeprotect" protection, which is durable and functional for high speed applicability for virtually all surfaces.  This family of coatings operates by deactivating the proteins that cripple viruses and bacteria.  MRSA and Ecoli are some of the multitude of pathogens effectively suppressed.  Our coatings also protect against corrosion, mildew, and mold.  Our coatings are perfectly safe and benign for the public.

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