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Primary Energy Recycling Announces Board Resignation

Friday, January 11, 2013

Primary Energy Recycling Announces Board Resignation17:29 EST Friday, January 11, 2013 OAK BROOK, IL, Jan. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - Primary Energy Recycling Corporation (TSX: PRI) today announced that Douglas Graham has resigned from the Company's Board of Directors for personal reasons. The resignation is effective immediately. "We wish to thank Doug for his contributions since he joined the Company's Board of Directors more than two-and-a-half years ago," said A. Michel Lavigne, Chair of the Board of Directors of Primary Energy Recycling. "On behalf of the Board, we wish him success in his future endeavors." About Primary Energy Recycling Corporation Primary Energy Recycling Corporation, headquartered in Oak Brook, Illinois, owns and operates four recycled energy projects and a 50 per cent interest in a pulverized coal facility (collectively, the "Projects"). The Projects have a combined electrical generating capacity of 283 megawatts and a combined steam generating capacity of 1.8M lbs/hour. Primary Energy Recycling Corporation creates value for its customers by capturing and recycling waste energy from industrial and electric generation processes and converting it into reliable and economical electricity and thermal energy for resale back to its customers. For more information, please see www.primaryenergy.com. SOURCE Primary Energy Recycling CorporationFor further information: <p> Chief Financial Officer<br/> Mike Alverson<br/> 630.230.1314<br/> <a cr="true" href="mailto:investorinfo@primaryenergy.com">investorinfo@primaryenergy.com</a> </p> <p> Media and Investor Relations<br/> Adam Peeler<br/> 416.815.0700 ext. 225<br/> <a href="mailto:apeeler@equicomgroup.com">apeeler@equicomgroup.com</a> </p>