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Budget Waste Podcast Now Available on MN1.com

Budget Waste Podcast Now Available on MN1.com

CALGARY, AB -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 03/30/07 -- Michael Kolankowski, Director of Investor Relations at Budget Waste (PINKSHEETS: BDGW), was featured on Market News First, Wednesday, March 28, 2007. If you missed the opportunity to learn about Budget Waste you can now catch the interview at www.mn1.com by clicking the Downloads and Podcasts icon.

Budget Waste provides customized, cost competitive services to construction, residential, oilfield, and industrial clients utilizing its strong management team with experience in various sectors of the construction and waste hauling industries.

During the interview Kolankowski talked about the Company's latest news highlighting the recent agreement with Highmark Hydrovac Services Ltd. To learn more about the Company's latest news and its plans to maintain a competitive edge in the marketplace, log on to www.mn1.com.

About Budget Waste

Budget Waste Inc. is a waste solutions company in Western Canada providing complete waste and recycling services to commercial, industrial, construction, homebuilding, oilfield and residential clients. With our broad range of innovative services we offer our customers more value for their dollar and reduce accounting costs by providing streamlined billing. BWI is currently following its growth through acquisition strategy with exceptional success. With regulations throughout North America pressing companies and individuals to be more vigilant in the way they handle their waste products we see vast opportunity for expansion of our distinctive services. We are confident that extraordinary growth and focus on customer needs will bring our stockholders outstanding value for the confidence they have placed in BWI.

About MN1.com

Market News First is an online, market news provider that brings investors current news on the market. Market News First is the only online, live IPTV web site that brings real market news to investors and features live interaction with companies from the Bulletin Board to NYSE.

Through daily, live interviews, we bring you up to date on all the established companies and inform the investors of the newest opportunities within the market. Market News First offers one-on-one interviews with the presidents and CFOs of companies to deliver answers to the questions that investors may ask and provides them insight into the companies' present condition and future plans.

For more information on Budget Waste Inc., please visit our web site at www.budgetwaste.com or contact our investor relations department at:

Budget Waste Inc.
Investor Relations
Mike Kolankowski

3915 - 61st Ave. SE.
Calgary, AB T2C 1V5
Ph.403-255-2900
Toll Free 1-888-255-2990
Fax: 403-255-3237
Email: [email protected]

Mercantile Ascendency NewsWire
Angela Junell
214-461-3411
[email protected]

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