Sionix CEO to Be Interviewed Live on Bloomberg Television

Airing Scheduled for Today at 5:35pm Eastern

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - March 17, 2011) - Sionix Corporation (OTCBB: SINX), designer of innovative and patented, advanced mobile water treatment systems, is pleased to announce that its Chairman and CEO James R. Currier will be interviewed today on Bloomberg Television during the airing of Taking Stock with Pimm Fox. According to Bloomberg, "Pimm Fox talks to Wall Street's brightest minds, enterprising business leaders, and the creative geniuses behind the next 'big thing.'" The show is scheduled to air beginning at 5:35pm ET and can also be viewed on The interview will focus on the Sionix solution for energy, agriculture and other industrial water treatment issues and, also, global water crises.

About Sionix Corporation
Based in Los Angeles, CA, Sionix designs innovative and advanced water treatment systems intended for use in defense, government facilities, emergency water supplies during natural disasters, housing development projects, and various industrial processes including subterranean fracturing used in oil and gas drilling. These systems are located adjacent to contaminated water sites thus reducing cost and toxic exposure and can be used to remove organic materials including oil, waste and other infectious bacteria from contaminated resources. They can be also used as pre-treatment for reverse osmosis and other membrane applications. Industries involved in dairy, agribusiness, meat processing, mining, poultry operations, and many others can benefit from Sionix's cost-effective, easily maintained, portable water treatment systems. More information about the Company can be found on its website located at

About Sionix Technology
Using a patented dissolved air flotation (DAF) technology packaged in a mobile shipping container, air bubbles between the size of 1 and 2 microns are injected and float organic contaminants to the surface where 99.95% are skimmed off. This compares to standard DAF units which historically have been limited to using bubble sizes of 50 microns or larger. The size of these bubbles are important because the smaller the bubble, the greater the surface tension and the greater the electrical charge. They can then hold together longer and elevate more organic contaminants to the surface for removal.

Contact Information:

Company Contact
James R. Currier
(704) 971-8400

Investor Relations Contact
Scott Kitcher
EcoFin Consulting LLC
(949) 435-2056