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Rubenstein Public Relations to Represent Industry Leader in Portable Water Purification

August 27, 2008

To: TECHNOLOGY EDITORS

Contact: Richard Rubenstein of Rubenstein Public Relations, +1- 212-843-9222, rrubenstein@rubensteinpr.com

NEW YORK, Aug. 27 /PRNewswire/ — Sionix Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: SINX) has hired Rubenstein Public Relations (RPR) to promote the Elixir, the company’s portable water treatment system that uses dissolved air flotation (DAF) technology as a pretreatment to produce clean, pharmaceutical-grade water.

Unlike traditional water treatment systems, the Elixir is environmentally friendly, as it uses ordinary air pressurized and dissolved to produce microscopic bubbles that remove 99.5+ percent of suspended particles and biological agents without chemical byproducts.

“We look forward to working with Rubenstein Public Relations to advance our mission of providing potable drinking water that is environmentally friendly and cost-effective,” said James Houtz, president of Sionix.

Sionix, a publicly-traded company, is preparing to release preliminary test results of its five-year pilot project at the Villa Park Dam in Orange County, California.

RPR will focus on generating coverage of the EPA results, as well as securing features on the humanitarian and environmental benefits of the Elixir’s advanced technology.

“The portable nature of the Elixir System has incredible global potential in developing nations and in the industrial marketplace,” said RPR President Richard Rubenstein. “We are looking forward to raising awareness of this technology as a vital tool for humanitarian causes and as key infrastructure for municipalities and industries.”

The Elixir System is built into a standard ISO shipping container and easily transported by truck, rail, ship, airplane or helicopter. This unique, practical feature makes the Elixir effective in emergency situations such as natural or manmade disasters, or for easy use by contractors needing to deliver clean water in remote locations within the United States or elsewhere. The Elixir can also be transported to areas of the world where clean water is essential for survival, including military bases and developing nations.

A Sionix system will process a minimum of 225 gallons of fresh, potable water per minute, about 325,000 gallons per day. This is enough for a community of 2,400 people (about 500 to 600 homes) and its infrastructure. Sionix systems are made to perform independently and remotely at a cost less than other mobile units and with the goal of removing viral, bacterial, organic and metallic contaminants in accordance with EPA clean water requirements.

About Rubenstein Public Relations

Rubenstein Public Relations (RPR) is a leading New York-based media relations firm specializing in high-end real estate, consumer products, financial services, technology and entertainment. The firm places a strong emphasis on the value of integrated programs, focusing on three core areas: media relations, message development and strategic planning. RPR has built a successful practice developing individualized programs that provide maximum brand recognition, helping to launch new businesses and generating added value for established brands.

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