Blue Vista Technologies Closes Acquisition of Hurdman Property

September 4, 2013

Toronto, CANADA, September 4, 2013 - Blue Vista Technologies Inc. (NXT: BV.H) ("Blue Vista") and Eloro Resources Ltd. (TSXV: ELO, FSE: P2Q) ("Eloro") are pleased to announce that they have closed their previously announced transaction (see press release of September 8, 2011) to acquire the Hurdman Property, which is comprised of 13 contiguous mining claims covering 2,944 hectares in Hurdman Township, 120 kilometres north-northwest of the city of Timmins, Ontario.

On September 7, 2011, Blue Vista and Eloro entered into a purchase agreement (the "Purchase Agreement"), whereby Eloro agreed to sell all of its interest in and to the Hurdman Property. In consideration of Blue Vista's purchase of the Hurdman Property, Blue Vista issued 5,000,000 common shares to Eloro and paid $40,000 to Eloro. In accordance with securities regulations, the common shares are subject to a four month hold period.

The Hurdman Property acquisition is part of Blue Vista's change of business from a "waste treatment and disposal company" to a "junior mining issuer", which change of business was recently approved at Blue Vista's annual and special meeting of shareholders on June 14, 2013.

The Hurdman Property

The Hurdman Property has concentrations of base-metals within pyrrhotite-pyrite mineralization in biotite-garnet gneiss and pegmatites, and has been explored for base-metal mineralization since the 1960's. Mineralization consists of disseminated and massive pyrrhotite and pyrite with associated sphalerite, gahnite, silver and smaller amounts of lead and copper. The zinc-bearing zone can be followed 250 metres along strike, 125 metres down dip and over drill widths varying from 1 to 38 metres. Drilling by Eloro identified a continuous zinc-silver rich, semi-massive to massive sulphide zone. Nineteen of 25 drill holes drilled in 2007 intersected the Hurdman Sulphide Zone (HSZ). The drilling work confirmed the presence of a zinc (greater than 2%) and silver (greater than 15 g/t) corridor, which displays thicknesses varying between 1.9 and 19.95 metres. The HSZ represents a large Zn-Ag system that remains open in all directions.

About Blue Vista

Blue Vista is listed on the NEX Exchange, under the symbol BV.H. Blue Vista is in the process of applying to become a Tier 2 Resource Issuer on the TSX-V, which will be greatly assisted through the acquisition of the Hurdman Property.

About Eloro Resources

Eloro Resources is an exploration and mine development company with a portfolio of gold and base metal properties in northern and western Quebec. Eloro is focused on expanding the historic gold resources at its past-producing Simkar gold mine property ("Simkar Property") with the objective to outline quality gold resources in an established mining camp. The Simkar Property consists of two contiguous mining concessions totaling 226 hectares in Louvicourt Township, approximately 20 km east of Val-d'Or, Quebec.

The above technical information on the Hurdman Property has been reviewed and approved by Steve McCutcheon, P.Geo. who is a "Qualified Person" under National Instrument 43-101.

For more information please contact;

Judy Baker
President and CEO
Blue Vista Technologies Inc.
Telephone: (416) 786-7860

Thomas G. Larsen
President and CEO
Eloro Resources Ltd.
Telephone: (416) 868-9168
Facsimile: (416) 361-1333

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