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AGORACOM Small-Cap TV – 2 Great Press Releases At The Open (October 26th)

Posted by AGORACOM at 9:30 AM on Friday, October 26th, 2007

Good morning to you all. Please find enclosed a summary of the great small-cap and micro-cap press releases we highlighted on our TV show this morning. It’s Friday, October 26th and as usual Friday is a slow news day but we were still able to uncover 2 great releases today. At the end of the day, it is all about quality over quantity. Another great day for the small-cap and micro-cap world.

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Now, onto our show notes for the day.



Caprius, Inc.’ (OTCBB:CAPS)

subsidiary, M.C.M. Environmental Technologies, Inc. (“MCM”), announced that an order has been received from the United States Navy for an additional SteriMed Junior System.

As mentioned in an earlier press release, of the many commercially available on-site medical waste processing systems reviewed by the U.S. Navy, the SteriMed ranked among the highest in meeting the needs (sterilization capability, size, ability to reduce the volume of waste and ability to render the waste non-recognizable) identified for evaluation aboard ship. MCM has worked closely with the Navy during a year-long evaluation program which involved the modification of the commercial version of SteriMed Junior for shipboard deployment.

“We are pleased with the U.S. Navy’s continued investment in the SteriMed system as they develop a viable on-site medical waste management solution for the unique shipboard environment. We are encouraged by the Navy’s request for this additional SteriMed system and remain hopeful that our system is an effective alternative for the entire U.S. Navy fleet,” said Dwight Morgan, President and Chief Executive Officer of Caprius.

In September, MCM announced the first deployment of a SteriMed Junior unit for evaluation on an LHD Class flagship vessel within the Navy’s Expeditionary Strike Group.

About Caprius

Caprius, Inc is a manufacturer of proprietary equipment for the on-site disinfection of infectious medical waste through its subsidiary, M.C.M. Environmental Technologies, Inc. The Company’s innovative SteriMed technology simultaneously shreds and disinfects solid and liquid regulated medical waste, reducing the volume by up to 90% and rendering it harmless for disposal as ordinary waste. The SteriMed units are economical, compact, efficient and convenient, as well as environmentally friendly. The MCM patented technology offers an alternative to hauling and incinerating medical waste. Industry analysts estimate the medical waste market to be approximately $3 billion in the U.S. and approximately $10 billion worldwide. More information on the Company and MCM can be found at and

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RepeatSeat, Ltd. (TSX VENTURE: RPS)

announce the launch of a unique Mcommerce initiative in partnership with Bell Mobility, the wireless business arm of Canada‘s largest communication company.

Recognizing the revolution touching many aspects of the mobile consumer entertainment environment, the two companies are partnering to deliver mobile-friendly barcodes and coupons to mobile phones across Canada.

Offered exclusively by Bell Mobility and using RepeatSeat’s leading mobile commerce technology, a new Mobile Movie Ticketing service allows clients to use their cell phones to purchase tickets to movies at select theatres across Canada. A true Mcommerce initiative, the service features barcode delivery of the movie ticket, redemption by scanning the barcode on the phone, and payment completed wirelessly. with charges simply added to a client’s regular monthly invoice.

“Our team reviewed many competing technologies, but were unable to find one that delivered the complete solution RepeatSeat offers,” said Andy Wright, Bell Mobility’s Director, Business Development. “We look forward to working with RepeatSeat to offer this service to their existing and future clients in Canada and to pursue other new Mcommerce initiatives.”

“The mobile movie ticketing service we are now offering with Cineplex Entertainment is an example of the wide variety of mobile transactions clients will soon be able to perform on their wireless phones,” said Adel Bazerghi, vice-president, products for Bell Mobility. “Our clients now have the convenience of purchasing tickets in advance from their phones, wherever they may be.”

“Our theatre guests can now bypass the box office using Bell‘s mobile movie ticketing service, which is offered exclusively at Cineplex Entertainment theatres across Canada,” said Pat Marshall, vice-president, communications and investor relations, Cineplex Entertainment. “For the first time ever, clients can look up the movie they want to see, find the theatre location closest to them and purchase their tickets on their Bell Mobility phones.”


Headquartered in Calgary, with offices in Toronto and Denver, RepeatSeat, Ltd. offers interactive entertainment solutions through industry leading data, ticketing and mobile applications to the live event, movie, ski, tour and excursion industries throughout North America and the Caribbean. RepeatSeat also a Canadian leader in the video arcade industry is integrating this entertainment niche into its fully interactive data and mobile environment across Canada. RepeatSeat’s shares are traded on the Toronto Venture Exchange (TSX VENTURE: RPS).


**DISCLOSURE – RepeatSeat Is An AGORACOM Client. See IR HUB.


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