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Nisus Recognized in Local Newspaper

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An article in the Knoxville News-Sentinel notes that Nisus Corp. has received a commitment from Norfolk Southern, one of the largest railroads in the country, to use copper naphthenate, a wood preservative used in pressure treated railroad ties, telephone poles and bridge timbers.

| April 9, 2012

The Knoxville News-Sentinel profiled Nisus Corp in an article titled "Green investment pays off for Rockford company."

The article notes that Nisus Corp. has received a commitment from Norfolk Southern, one of the largest railroads in the country, to use copper naphthenate, a wood preservative used in pressure treated railroad ties, telephone poles and bridge timbers.

Nisus decided last year to build a 10,000-square-foot factory and hire up to 28 new employees to produce and market copper naphthenate after Environmental Protection Agency action led other suppliers of the chemical to leave the market.

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Source: Knoxville News

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