(For Immediate Dissemination)
Poly-Pacific Reports on Analysis of McAdoo Fibre
EDMONTON, ALBERTA, March 19, 2008 (Marketwire via COMTEX News Network) - - Poly- Pacific
International Inc. ("Poly-Pacific" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE: PMB) (OTCBB: PLYPF) (BERLIN:
A0LGDN) (FRANKFURT: POZ) is pleased to announce the results of the suspected waste nylon samples
recovered from the McAdoo’s Lane Landfill Site (“McAdoo”), located in Kingston, Ontario.
As previously announced in our news release of March 11, 2008, we were very encouraged about our
positive drilling results on the McAdoo Landfill Site. Six of the eight boreholes drilled on the north and central
areas of the site contained Nylon close to the surface, extending to depths reaching ten metres. These
results exceeded the Company’s expectations.
Test samples of nylon were recovered from the McAdoo Landfill during this successful drilling program, which
was conducted and supervised by XCG Consultants Ltd. between February 11 and February 13, 2008.
The submitted samples underwent analyses by Cambridge Materials Testing Ltd., an ISO 17025 Accredited
facility, in Ontario, Canada on March 3, 2008 for identification of the polymer material. The submitted
samples underwent Infrared and Thermal Characterization analysis. The samples were analyzed according to the
specified test methods. The generated data showed all samples are consistent with Polyamide (Nylon 6.6).
Nylon 6.6 is the most common commercial grade of nylon and is in high demand worldwide. It’s longer
molecular chain and denser structure qualifies it as a premium nylon fibre. It has the highest melting
point (256° C) of all synthetic fibres, making it the most resistant to heat and friction - enabling it to withstand
excellent heat setting for twist retention.
Nylon 6.6 is a part of the second largest industry in the world – the polymer industry. Nylon is a