Vancouver, British Columbia, June 29, 2018 – Micron Waste Technologies Inc. (the “Company”) (CSE: MWM, OTC: MICWF, Frankfurt: 7FM2), announces the results of its annual general meeting of common shareholders held on June 27, 2018 in Vancouver. Resolutions passed at the meeting included the appointment of Smythe LLP, Chartered Professional Accountants as auditors and the election of Rav Mlait, Kal Malhi, Cam Battley, Bob Bhushan and Hyder Khoja as directors.
About Micron Waste Technologies Inc.
Micron Waste Technologies Inc is a well-funded technology company with over $6 million in working capital. The Company’s organic waste management system processes organic waste directly on-site and treats the resulting waste water into clean water which meets municipal sewage discharge standards. The treated water can be discharged directly into the sewer or recycled back into industrial or agricultural operations. The Company has developed the world’s first Cannabis Waste Digester which denatures active pharmaceutical compounds from waste streams. Please visit our website at www.micronwaste.com for further information. Micron is a public company with listings on the CSE: MWM, OTC: MICWF, and in Frankfurt: 7FM2.
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