FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Dec. 8 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (OTCBB: EVTN) announced today that it has been invited to be a guest speaker at the 20th Annual Produced Water Society Seminar, scheduled for January 14-16, 2010, in Houston, Texas. EVTN is invited to present a paper discussing the enhanced performance data for the Voraxial® Separator, resulting from significant engineering developments, and the exceptional results from its offshore project with Repsol. The offshore project demonstrates the separation efficiency of the Voraxial Separator as well as its structural integrity as the unit needed to meet stringent offshore specifications. Other characteristics of the Voraxial will also be discussed, such as ease of installation and operation and the reduction of operating expenses, which includes energy and space savings. John DiBella, Vice President of Business Development states: "The separation performance and benefits of the Voraxial can help operators achieve quality separation and in the process reduce their operating costs. The increasing volume of produced water is a significant issue facing the oil industry. The ability to separate a high flow with a small footprint and without a pressure drop is extremely valuable to the operators." The Voraxial® Separator provides a cost effective method to efficiently separate large volumes of solids and liquids with different specific gravities. Without creating a pressure loss, the Voraxial® provides for quality separation while decreasing the amount of space, energy and weight to conduct the separation - all of which are precious commodities, especially on offshore platforms. EVTN's latest generation Voraxial® Separators now offer an impressive 300% increase in separation G forces. Along with EVTN, other selected presenters will include: Chevron, the EPA, Saudi Aramco, Argon National Labs and 2 Universities. The US Dept. of Energy estimates more than 55 billion barrels of Produced Water resulting from Oil Production (water combined with oil, solids and other contaminates), is generated each year; creating one of the many, multi-billion dollar, global market sectors in which EVTN's separation technology has potential to play an important role.