Vicki Benne Elected CFO and Treasurer at Isco, Inc.

January 17, 2000

LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. 28 -- The Board of Directors
of Isco, Inc., a leading producer of wastewater samplers and open channel flow
measuring devices, has elected Vicki Benne to the positions of chief financial
officer, treasurer and assistant secretary. She will be responsible for
accounting, cash management, risk management and customer financial services.
Benne replaces Phil Wittig, who has retired from Isco after more than 30 years
of service.

"On behalf of Isco's employees and
shareowners, we look forward to Vicki contributing to the future growth and
success of Isco in her new position. We congratulate her on this much-deserved
promotion," said Doug Grant, president and chief operating officer. He
noted that Benne has been with Isco for 12 years, starting as a tax accountant
in 1988 and moving up through positions of increasing responsibility as
corporate controller and assistant treasurer.

Regarding the retirement of Wittig, Dr. Robert
Allington, chairman and chief executive officer, said, "I am pleased and
honored to have been a colleague of Phil's for many years. He has been chief
financial officer and treasurer for most of Isco's corporate life. His
commitment to Isco and its employees has contributed greatly to the company's
growth and success over the years. We have appreciated his wise guidance during
his 34-year tenure, and are grateful that he will continue serving Isco as a
director."

In addition to producing samplers and flow
measuring devices, Isco manufactures chemical separation instruments for
industrial, environmental and research use, and analyzers for process monitoring
applications.

SOURCE: Isco, Inc

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