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GeneSyst was first formed as an Ohio corporation in 1991, and a Delaware “C” corporation of the same name was incorporated in 1996. It is a privately held corporation with 118 shareholders.

It is organized to take commercial advantage of a new proprietary technology to convert organic, toxic, hazardous and carcinogenic wastes of modern society into environmentally harmless substances or products. The company has secured exclusive rights to license a series of US and foreign patents authored or co-authored by its co-founder and chairman, James A. Titmas, an engineering professional with 52 years experience in engineering design and supervision, including water processing and wastes treatment across the US and the world.

James Titmas

GeneSyst International, Inc. is the exclusive source of Licensing of the intellectual property for the exploitation of the gravity pressure vessel and supporting patented arts. As authorized by the respective Licensees, GeneSyst functions as the coordinator for the lateral transfer of gravity pressure vessel design enhancements. Other contracted services may include, but are not limited to: design assistance, components supply, conceptual design, yield analysis or enhancement, application planning, funding, permitting, training, operation and maintenance.

GeneSyst International, Inc. project needs include adequate planning and funding for each facility, responsible administration of funds and resources, engineering design in accordance with generally accepted engineering practices by locally registered, insured and qualified consultants in conjunction with supporting certified laboratory design criteria support, construction management quality control and execution by performance and maintenance bonded contractors, compliance with project insurance coverage requirements, training qualification of the supervisors and staff responsible for production quality and targets, extended warrantees for all equipment and materials of construction, compliance with all government agency permits, operational consistency within applicable patent claims and a comprehensive plan and investment in public education.


GeneSyst, its Market Development Partners and Team Members -- through a unique combination of method patents and proprietary technologies -- shall utilize its processes to reduce to zero all wastes currently polluting the land, water and air of Planet Earth and convert them to the highest and best commercially and environmentally sound products while returning optimum financial rewards to all involved.

In all decisions, we act under the principal that we are borrowing our planet from those who will follow.


GeneSyst International, Inc. is the exclusive licensing source for a unique combination of patents and proprietary technologies regenerating waste to energy, utilizing the Gravity Pressure Vessel (GPV). A leader in American innovation, GeneSyst coordinates autonomous corporate representatives in ten states, and extends its global outreach to 34 countries.

GeneSyst recognizes that change begins at home. That’s why our Market Territory Licenses are issued to local, autonomous corporations within their respective local markets, working within the language and culture to address regional needs.


Professional Profile

James A. Titmas, P.E., holds a BSCE degree from the University of Akron in Ohio. As a Co-op Engineering student in Civil Engineering he worked for the City of Akron, Department of Sewers in September of 1957. Beginning in 1959 while still in his College of Engineering, he began thesis work on the use of oxidation with heat as a broad-spectrum method of waste destruction. Since that time he has continued to champion the cause to end the practice of burial/land storage described as "disposal". Starting in 1960, James A. Titmas served three years in the regular United States Army as an Airborne Ranger officer in the Corps of Engineers. His military operating specialties included Construction, Staff Functions at the S-2, S-3, G-2 and G-3 levels, Small Unit Commander, Technical Intelligence and Nuclear Demolitions. Other experience included planning and design of airports, munitions storage, earth structures, foundations, quarry operations, expedient bridge construction, and liaison with German and French engineers for heavy equipment routing through Europe, including dynamic bridge loading analysis with field testing as well as spill analysis and water treatment. During military service continuing postgraduate education included study of European languages, University of Maryland, and after military service, advanced mathematics at the University of Akron.

He began his career in consulting engineering in 1963 in municipal electric power generation, including rate analysis, thermal mass balance, coal-steam power generation, fossil fuel emissions control, load factor corrections, thermal cycle efficiency enhancements, operational troubleshooting, monitor and control methods, bond financing, and steam turbine extraction steam usage. Research and development involved rubber de-polymerization and recycling as well as design for interstate highways. In 1967 he authored the design criteria for lateral stability for thirty story structural frames and long span beams still in use today at Babcock and Wilcox. From 1968 to 1977 James A. Titmas was in responsible charge of the civil and sanitary engineering services division for Hale and Kullgren, Inc., which included custom designed wastewater treatment plants, wastes analysis, wastes minimization or reduction, solid wastes disposal – permitting and standards, statistical comparison of waste generation to production, industrial and commercial structures and land development, drainage, bridge, road and highways and railroad design engineering. This included conversion of rubber recycling efforts through odor control, reducing employee exposure to process chemical use, wastes mitigation and reduction. He developed the soils science department for foundation and earth structures, and had lead responsibility for the protection of historic structures. He established design policies for Hale and Kullgren Inc. for industrial foundations in expansive soils and unconsolidated soils. During this period he did extensive work in the design of industrial service structures supporting moving loads including heavy equipment and massive industrial mixers. In the latter part of this period emphasis was centered on troubleshooting industrial waste problems, structural failures from vibratory loadings, earthquakes, sonic boom cracking and complications involving resonance and unbalanced rotating machinery loadings. Ongoing water supply and wastes treatment responsibilities included work on plants up to 150 million gallons per day and solid waste loadings up to 2,000 tons per day.

During his career he has lead responsibility in over eight hundred projects, spanning twenty four States, and nineteen foreign countries. He has authored numerous technical papers, most of which are held on a proprietary basis by his clients and employers. Mr. Titmas has authored engineering design and zoning standards as well as portions of national building codes. For the first thirty years of his career his focus was on engineering problems troubleshooting, maintenance programs and distressed plant efficacy improvements. A significant portion of the period from 1977 to present, as the owner of his own consulting firm, has included public speaking, seminar presentations and expert witness testimony in litigation involving Civil, Structural, Foundation, and Sanitary Engineering matters including wastewater treatment, wastes reduction and Industrial Waste Treatment. Starting in 1988 he has served as an expert witness for the United States Department of Justice to identify the sources of waste originating from World War II industrial, synthetic rubber, and petrochemical production facilities. In 1996 he co-authored papers for the United States Department of Energy on the volume reduction and elimination of organic debris from low level mixed radioactive wastes. He has also been active in the fields of wastes control in naturally occurring radioactive wastes from the petroleum industry as well as chemical and biological weapons demilitarization including Lewisite and arsenic based chemical weapons.

Beginning in 1997 he has been working with emerging economies in Africa, Asia, India, the Americas, Europe and the near east to establish a frame work for new methods of wastes management with emphasis on producing economically viable products from wastes to support, all or in part, the costs of wastes elimination. Seminars have been organized to brief environmental authorities on emerging technologies and design approval parameters in the U.S. and abroad. These include programs to control deforestation, solid waste management, and garbage conversion to fuel grade ethanol and animal feed. New programs have been proposed for sewage treatment and the conversion of residual wastewater treatment plant wastes concentrate, or sludge, into phosphate, lime, ammonium nitrate and urea fertilizers. These include domestic, commercial, industrial, solid and toxic wastes management procedures. James A. Titmas holds twenty three method and apparatus patents, including twenty US patents, plus their multiple foreign equivalent patents, directly relating to the development and exploitation of the gravity pressure vessel and supporting infrastructure critical to the commercial application of the conversion of organic wastes to ethanol. Currently, another twenty more patents are in application procedures. These are in methods of wastes management, structural components enhancement, vented foundations, trace dissolved materials extraction, rubber de-vulcanization, soils decontamination, renewable energy sources including wave and tidal sources and multiple solar heat applications, vibration isolation, non-metallic rechargeable batteries, water desalination, sub-dewpoint air emission, bridge and roadway structures. The latest patents relate to the commercially viable conversion of wastes to marketed products. These include methods for true de-vulcanization, or the severance of the carbon sulfur bonds in used rubber to allow actual reuse and recycling as rubber, and the highest and best use of used polymers. The most recent awarded patents relate to efforts directed to sub-dew point emission control and the commercial recovery of acids and toxic metals from air combustion.


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Currently, Thomas serves as President of TSI, a Consulting firm specializing in chemical engineering and software implementations. From 1971 to 2002 he was business manager, chemicals for Georgia Pacific Corporation in Bellingham, Washington. His duties included profit responsibility including management of sales, marketing, production, logistics and research for chlorine, caustic, ethanol derived from the acid hydrolysis of pulp wastes, and lignin. Sales revenue exceeded $75,000,000 per year with 120 employees and 500 customers in the Pacific and Americas. The pulp and chemical operations were closed on June 1, 2001, as a result of the west coast electrical crisis. From 1989 to 1995 he managed the corporate functions of purchasing, stores, traffic, production planning, marine distribution, and customer service for pulp, tissue, and chemicals. Coordinated a total facility material flow of 5000 tons per day with 200 SKU's and 700 customers. Facility employment was 850 with yearly revenues of approximately $250,000,000. As senior project manager from 1987 to 1989 he was responsible for implementing a computer business system into the nationwide tissue business of Georgia-Pacific, emphasizing Bellingham. The project involved all business functions and was extremely financially successful turning Bellingham tissue from annual loses of $7,000,000 per year to profits of $12,000,000 per year. From 1984 to 1989 as manager, pulp and chemical operations and from 1982 to 1984 as pulp superintendent Thomas managed production including 85 salaried employees and 250+ union employees. Established and complied with four operating budgets of $120,000,000 per year for pulp, chlorine, caustic, cellulose powder, sulfuric acid, ethanol and lignin. Management responsibility included annual capital budgets of $5-10,000,000, production and maintenance scheduling, safety and quality policies, union grievances, and management of three offsite plants in Texas and British Columbia. From 1975 to 1982 as technical director and from 1971 to 1975 as process engineer he supervised five chemical engineers, six technicians and three quality specialists. Responsibilities included economic analysis, process engineering, environmental engineering, capital project management, quality control and lignin product development Managed multiple capital projects of $0.5-10,000,000. From 1968 to 1969 Thomas served as a supervisor for the Procter and Gamble Company of Sacramento, California as a member of management program for new college graduates in warehouse and shipping.

Thomas Spink holds academic credentials including a Master of Science, Chemical Engineering, Oregon State University, Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering, University of Washington. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Washington State, a Member of American Institute of Chemical Engineers and is an expert in implementation of MRPII and ERP computer business systems as well as several certificates including "Deming Principles." Thomas Spink is currently President, Pacific Section TAPPI (Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry), President, Lignin Institute; Atlanta Georgia. In coming Board president, Whatcom County YMCA, 2003, School Board President, Local Private Grade School and Western Washington University, Operations Management Advisory Board. His publications and awards include "Corporate and Mill Information Needs--Making It Work"; The 23rd Annual PIMA/MIS International Conference, May6-8, Sheraton Harbor Island Hotel, San Diego, CA "Facilitating Change in Integrated Information", An Executive Briefing for Manufacturing Professionals, Cincom Systems, Miami, Feb 21-24, 1989. "MRPII, a Business Philosophy; Presented inside G-P and to six other corporations. Class A Awards, MRPII; (Two separate awards) Dan Hull (1992) and Don Nading (1993) of RD Garwood and Associates.


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Dr. Rappe possesses strong technical skills in project development and research pertaining to chemical and biological treatability of waste streams. As founder, Principal and Senior Consultant of Aspen Environmental Services of Westminster, Co. in 1989, he focused on understanding issues crucial to removing airborne contaminants in clean rooms and modern energy efficient office buildings.

Dr. Rappe served as Vice President of Technology of VerTech Treatment Systems, which included sub-critical oxidation of municipal sludge in a mile-deep gravity pressure vessel and assessing chemical and biological treatment of waste streams at Longmont, Colorado. Dr. Rappe was in responsible charge of the design, construction and operation of the first commercial size wet oxidation equipment of the gravity pressure vessel type.

Dr. Rappe also was Vice President of Medical/Industrial Applications for American Environmental Systems. Dr. Rappe holds a Doctor of Science in Chemical Engineering from MIT and graduated with distinction with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University. His patents include: US 4,399,041 -- Process for Particulate Removal from Coal Liquids, US 4,671,351 – Fluid Treatment Apparatus and Heat Exchanger (VerTech Treatment Systems, Inc.) and US 4,741,386 Fluid Treatment Apparatus (VerTech Treatment Systems, Inc.)


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Luke first worked with the University of Akron, Ohio in 1990 and now serves as Professor and Chair, Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering. He received his Doctor of Philosophy in 1988 and his Master of Science, Chemical Engineering, in 1985 from the State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. From 1987 to 1990 he was a Senior Research Engineer with BioChem Technology, Inc., in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania in development of the BioGuide system which oversees WWT plant performance based on the fluorescence of intracellular NAD(P)H and cell metabolism in simulated biological nutrient removal processes under anaerobic, anoxic, and aerobic conditions.

His patents include Gas Vesicles of Cells and Methods of Harvesting, Isolating, and Modifying Same. US Patent No. 7,022,509 (April 4, 2006), Method of Removing Gas from a Site Using Gas Vesicles of Cells. U.S. Patent No. 6,413,763 (July 2, 2002), Compositions and Methods Relating to the Production, Isolation, and Modification of Gas Vesicles. U.S. Patent No. 6,036,940 (March 14, 2000), Affinity Foam Fractionation for Collection and Purification of Materials. Patent pending, Method of Maximizing Production of Biological Products by Active Non-Growing Cells. Patent pending and Production of Biological Materials by Simultaneous Aerobic and Anaerobic Respiration. Patent pending.

Consulting services experience includes: Enviroquip, Inc., Syngenta Crop Protection, Inc., Ecopetrol, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, The Consortium for Plant Biotechnology Research, Inc., Becton Dickinson & Company, REnewed energy and BioChem Technology, Inc. He has thirty three projects in funding and pending research in his field of specialty. He has published eighty one papers in his field of endeavor, plus nine proceedings and thirty two invited lectures seminars and workshops, with fifty four conference presentations, details of which are available on request.

His awards include: Member of Executive Committee for Ohio Bioprocess Research Consortium, Member of American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society, American Oil Chemists Society, and Water Environment Federation, Louis A. Hill Award, College of Engineering, University of Akron, Outstanding Researcher Award, College of Engineering, University of Akron, NASA-ASEE Summer Faculty Fellowship, Favorite Faculty Member honored by Omicron Delta Kappa and Mortar Board and the NASA Tech Brief Award.


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Fairman Thompson is a domestic and international ethanol marketer with significant experience in market development, sales problem solving and management, and government relations. From 2000 to 2004 he worked with Parallel Products as Manager Ethanol Sales and Distribution: Markets the fuel grade ethanol and industrial grade ethanol produced by four beverage waste ethanol plants in the United States and Canada. Also has limited responsibility for inbound streams of pharmaceutical and industrial waste ethanol. The distribution responsibilities include rate negotiation with trucking companies, rail car leasing companies and the rail roads involved in interplant transfers in bond, and final customer sales. From 1995 to 2000 he was self-employed as a domestic and international ethanol marketer and consultant, and clients included: Murex N.A., Ltd.: Purchase, sell and distribute ethanol, toluene, and E-85 in the mid-western US and Canada. Ohio Corn Marketing Program, and National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition: A consultant and representative for all fuel ethanol issues. The Ohio Corn Grower’s Association Representative to the Clean Cities Program steering committees for Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio. Presenter at the DOE Fuel Ethanol Workshops in Ohio, Kentucky and Pennsylvania (1999 and 2002). Presentations feature an overview of current markets, ethanol use as an oxygenate and an octane-enhancer, incentives & regulations.

From 1982 to 1995 Fairman served as Director of Ethanol Marketing for South Point Ethanol. He founded South Point Ethanol’s marketing department. As a pioneer in the evolution of the United States’ renewable fuels industry, solved the challenges of chaotic energy prices, inconsistent state and federal subsidies, and massive major oil company opposition. Identified the independent gasoline marketer and foreign buyer as targets and developed a niche market amounting to $109 million annually (approximately 8% of the then existing domestic fuel ethanol market). Testified before the states of Ohio and Pennsylvania environmental, energy and weights and measures officials to guarantee ethanol’s place in state clean-air implementation policies. Successfully negotiated contracts with west-coast petroleum industry leaders to assure 1992 compliance with the “Clean Air Act”. He has been a requent speaker and radio talk-show authority for the Ohio Corn Growers Association about energy issues, specifically ethanol and the “Clean Air Act”. From 1975 to 1982 he worked with the Ashland Petroleum Company, Transportation Fuels Department as manager of the Pittsburgh office, administered the 1979 diesel fuel allocation program. Sold $85 million of diesel fuel and gasoline annually to national fleet accounts headquartered in the northeast.

Fairman belongs to several organizations including the Clean Cities Steering Committee, City of Columbus, and Central Ohio: 1999-2004 Clean Cities Steering Committee, City of Cleveland, Ohio: 1997-2004 Clean Cities Steering Committee, City of Cincinnati, Ohio: 1996-2004 Renewable Fuels Association: 1982-present Renewable Fuels Association: Board Member 2000-present National Conference on Weights and Measures, Petroleum sub-committee: 1995 Society of Independent Gasoline Marketers Association: 1982-1995 Ohio Petroleum Marketers Association: 1982-present. Fairman Thompson attended Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky, graduating in 1966, with a B.A degree in Business Economics.


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Dr. Daley is CEO and principal owner, Graymalkin Corp., Environmental Technology Consultants. Current clients include Waste Management, Inc., Waste Management International, PLC; Bechtel Corp.; Battelle Memorial Institute. (Since 1997). Activities include military, chemical & municipal waste management methods and businesses. CEO and principal owner, Catoctin Creeks LLC. Land development and leasing company. (Since 1995) He has served as Vice President, Technology Planning, Waste Management, Inc. Responsible for development and execution of technological programs for all Waste Management Family Companies.

Peter was Vice Pres., Environment and Technology, Waste Management International, PLC, London. Responsible for environmental and tech. programs for Waste Management Companies outside of N. America, and Sr. Director, R&D, Chemical Waste Management, Inc., responsible for all R&D programs, including process development support for all Waste Management companies worldwide. Activities encompass treating, stabilizing, destroying and handling chemical wastes, resource recovery and waste reduction. He was Director of Environmental Policy - Department of Defense, Pentagon. Directed DOD environmental policy and activities, spokesman to Congress and press in environmental matters. Additional duties included Asst. Prof. of Preventive Med. USUHS.

Dr. Daley was Assistant for Environmental Quality, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force, Pentagon. Led formulation of Air Force environmental policy. Principal environmental liaison with Congress, Federal agencies and states. He also served as Assistant Prof. of Preventive Medicine and Director, Env. Health and OCC. Safety, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, MD. Lecturer and researcher on environment, OCC. health and safety. Managed radiological health, Env. health and safety programs. Peter was Chief, Air Pollution Control, Environmental Planning and Modelling R&D, Air Force Engineering and Services Center. DoD Coordinator for Air Pollution Control Research &Technology. He also held Various USAF staff and field environmental engineering positions.

His affiliations and awards include: Royal Society - Royal Academy of Engineers Annual Lecture, London, HM King Carl XVI Gustaf Royal Colloquium on Environment, Development and Industry, Invited participant, Stockholm, 1992. Waste Management President's Technology Award,1988. Defense Superior Service Medal,1984. Air Force Legion of Merit, 1983. Air Force Meritorious Service Medals,1978, 1982. Air Pollution Control Association American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Industrial Hygiene Association, Society of Sigma Xi, 43 Technical Publications, 3 U.S. Patents. His academic qualifications include B.Eng., M.Eng., Chemical Engineering, Cornell University, 1964, 1967 and Ph.D. Environmental Engineering, University of Florida, 1974. He was a Registered Professional Engineer and a Certified Industrial Hygienist. He retired from military service in 1984 as a Lieutenant Colonel.


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Ms. Rofer currently serves as a Principal for Tammoak Enterprises LLC, from 1999 to present, Institute of Nuclear Physics, National Nuclear Center, Kazakhstan, Assessment and cleanup of Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site. Currently writing a paper on results for publication in a Western scientific journal.

At the Los Alamos National Laboratory Ms. Rofer served as Module Leader, ARIES Project responsible for canning of plutonium metal and oxide processed from excess nuclear weapons for long-term storage; also for obtaining data for detailed analysis of worker radiation exposures. She was Field Project Leader, Environmental Restoration Project and Managed environmental restoration activities at six of twenty-four geographical areas (operable units) of Los Alamos National Laboratory containing hazardous, radioactive, and explosives wastes with an Annual budget of $5 to $10 million as Operable Unit Project Leader. She was responsible for environmental restoration activities at two of twenty-four geographical areas (operable units) of Los Alamos National Laboratory containing hazardous, radioactive, and explosives wastes.

She served as Program Coordinator for Supercritical Water Oxidation, geo-pressurized program (Gravity Pressure Vessel), Principal Investigator Responsible for research, development, and engineering projects funded by the DOE Office of Technology Development, the Air Force Civil Engineering Support Agency, and the Army Corps of Engineers. Principal Los Alamos contact for the funding agencies, industrial developers, and potential industrial users of the technology.

As Staff Member she Participated in projects on the controlled oxidation of methane to methanol, catalysis in coal gasification, Fischer-Tropsch synthesis, and water gas shift reaction, a molten salt process for production of hydrocarbon fuels from oil shale. She did the first macroscopic-liquid phase laser isotope separation. Developed photochemical applications for reprocessing of nuclear fuel. Designed and constructed the highest energy dye laser. Measured first quantitative UV-visible spectrum, Argonne National Laboratory. As a Student Aide she Studied mechanism of adsorption of plant pigments in solution-adsorption chromatography. Rofer organized a NATO Advanced Research Workshop: "Turning a Problem into a Resource: remediation and Waste Management at the Sillamae Site, Estonia." Co-Director with Toenis Kaasik. Technology Information Exchange Workshop, United States Department of Energy, Santa Fe, New Mexico. Workshop on Supercritical Fluid Processing of High-Risk Wastes, Sponsored by the United States Air Force and Department of Energy, Los Alamos, New Mexico.

Her teaching experience includes the Colorado School of Mines: Adjunct Assistant Professor (Professional Research and Teaching Leave from Los Alamos National Laboratory, September1978-June 1979). University of California: Teaching Assistant (January 1963©June 1964). Ripon College: Teaching Assistant (September 1960©January 1962 and September 1962-January 1963). The educational background of Ms. Rofer includes an M.S.University of California, Berkeley Organic Chemistry. Ripon College, Wisconsin in Chemistry, January 1963. Honors and awards include the National Atomic Museum Women of Science: Hall of Fame, 1995, Ripon College Distinguished Alumnus Citation, 1991 Los Alamos National Laboratory Distinguished Performance Award, 1990 Outstanding Young Woman of America, 1975-77. Her professional associations and listings include the American Chemical Society, American Institute of Chemists (Fellow), American Association for the Advancement of Science, Association for Women in Science, and the New York Academy of Sciences. The Sillamae International Expert Reference Group (advisory group for cleanup of Sillamae uranium processing site, Estonia), present Member, Board of Trustees, Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin, DOE Office of Health and Environmental Research Working Group on New Remediation Technologies (Part of the Planning Group on Environmental Restoration: Significant Basic Research Needs). Ms. Rofer has authored four patents, authored multiple publications in refereed journals, government reports, Professional Society meetings, Internal meetings for the departments of Energy and Defense, Gordon conferences and NATO conferences.


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From 1998 to present Dr. Neizen has been CEO International Storage Systems Holding B.V., Netherlands with International activities in process equipment. Dr. Neizen has multi-lingual capability. From 1993 to 1998 he served as Director, Participation Division, Koop Holding B.V., Director Technical Development, Restructuring of different subsidiaries of the Group, Business Process Re-engineering Koop Holding B.V., Growth of Koop Group NLG 325 to 1,600 Million between 1993and 1998. From 1988 to 1993 he was Process Manager and General Manager, Morton International B.V., EPC of a Grass-root production plant of Sodium Boro Hydride, Introduction of TQM in all European plants. From 1988 to 1985 he served as Process Technology Manager, Katalistiks B.V. ( Union Carbide ), Fluid Cracking Catalyst production plant in Delfzijl ( Netherlands) and Savanah ( Georgia , USA), Zeolite production plant in Delfzijl (Netherlands) and Savanah (Georgia , USA). From 1985 to 1980 he was a Process Chemist, Magnesia B.V. (Billiton Refactories – Shell ), Magnesium-oxide production plant From 1976 to 1980 he served as Chemist, PPG , (Pittsburg Plate Glass ), Fibre glass production plant Dr. Neizen has a M Sc. Degree in Chemical Technology and a PhD Degree in Business Development.


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For over two decades, Dave Shriber has been in Sales and Marketing and has combined these skills with a strong track record in promotion, publicity and public and media relations. In 1984 Shriber joined the International Exposition (I-X) Center in Cleveland, Ohio. The I-X Center as it was called was, at that time, the largest exhibition center in the US and the scope of what could be produced was limited only by one’s imagination. Shriber was hired as one of three sales managers to train more than 30 sales executives who were responsible for selling booth space for the 1985 International Capital Goods Trade Fair which was the I-X Center’s first and largest show.. During the ’85, ’86 and ’87 Fairs he managed over 100 salespersons. After the ’87 Trade Fair Shriber became a Vice President. During his nine years there he worked closely with the producers of the trade shows, conferences and public events that took place in the I-X Center and established an excellent rapport with personnel in television, radio, newspapers and industry trade journals. His skills in promotion, publicity and public relations proved to be a great asset in promoting the events at the I-X Center such as the largest welding show in the US or the world’s largest indoor amusement park that Shriber helped establish.

Shriber left the I-X Center in 1994 and began a marketing consulting firm to produce large, local and national events. Two such events were GuitarMania 2002 and 2004. Both of these events were public art events that raised over $1.5 million net for United Way Services and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Shriber was the project manager for both and had the overall responsibility for the sales and promotion of the project. Of the several hundred articles written about GuitarMania in newspapers and magazines, Shriber was involved with or was quoted in many of them. Additionally, there were nearly 100 television spots about Guitar Mania on all of the network stations including four one minute segments on ABC’s Good Morning America where Shriber was the media contact.

Education: The University of Akron, Business Administration/Marketing, Kent State University, Political Sciences/American Studies, Iteso University Guadalajara, Mexico, Spanish, The University of Akron, Political Science. Associations include International Associations of Exposition Managers (IAEM), registered speaker American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), Akron Summit Community Action, Inc., Board member.

Recent accomplishments include: Conference Coordinator 50th Annual CWTA Conference and Trade Show, Established sister-facility relationship with the I-X Center and LITEXPO (Vilnius, Lithuania), Established sister-facility relationship with the I-X Center and KOEX (Seoul, Korea) Produced and hosted Nigerian Trade Conference to promote US/Nigerian joint ventures and co-production agreements as well as sales of Nigerian and US products, US Coordinator for CMEC (China Machinery and Exposition Company) and the I-X Center Speaker to International Conference in Lisbon, Portugal, Ohio Valley IAEM Conference Speaker, Nashville, Tennessee, Established I-X Amusement park sponsorship with Lego; negotiated in Billund, Denmark, Speaker, Akron Round Table (Akron, Ohio), June, 1994, Prior to leaving the I-X, booked the American Welding Society trade show for April, 1995


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Mark W. Boslett has been working in his chosen field since 1982 in all phases of accounting, with proven expertise in financial management and reporting, costing analysis, budgeting, taxes, internal controls, cash management, banking relationships, and insurance procurement. Strengths include the implementation and streamlining of systems. Therefore, obtaining time and cost savings and a staff trained to be more effective. From 1993 to 2001 he worked with the T&B FOUNDRY COMPANY, INC. Manufacturer of gray and ductile iron castings. As PLANT CONTROLLER he developed systems and internal controls that were instrumental in saving the company approximately $150,000-$200,000. He rewrote costing system and established activity based costing standard costs to improve the pricing and costing functions. He converted the computer system from seller of company to company-owned software. He was directly involved in the reduction of inventory handling costs and related personal property taxes by 50%. He reduced outside audit costs 50% by preparing work papers internally. He reduced insurance premiums by 20% by instituting competitive bidding. Established effective budget process and five year operating plan. He performed analysis for company sponsored 401 k plan. Implemented several financial reports that were invaluable in decision-making and compiled personnel policy handbook and developed an optimal production model to determine the most efficient production levels. He reduced monthly and year-end closing cycles by 15% through automation.

From 1988 to the present he served as president of MARK W. BOSLETT, INC., C. Provider of financial reporting, tax compliance, and budgeting services for small business clients. He specialized in providing controller-level functions for businesses too small to have a full-time person on staff. He was responsible for personal and corporate tax planning and preparation services. During 1989 to 1990 he worked with the SAMUEL STEEL PICKLING COMPANY Service Center specializing in industrial cleaning of steel coils. Annual sales $5 million. Subsidiary of Samuel Manutech Company of Toronto, Ontario. As PLANT CONTROLLER he Implemented all accounting, reporting, and computer systems for start-up company and performed an internal audit function that saved on outside audit fees. With the CHRISTIAN CENTRE SCHOOLS, a Private school system in Parma, from 1987 -1989 he served as CONTROLLER-ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS and played an integral part in decreasing costs by approximately $100,000 while increasing student enrollment base by 25%. From 1985 to 1987 he wprked with the AKRON-SUMMIT COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY a multi-location, non-profit provider of social programs for the culturally deprived. Annual sales $5 million. He also served as CONTROLLER for the accounting department was the agency's most effective. Costs were reduced by 31 % while productivity increased by 20%. The Board of Trustees and Funding sources often commented on these successes. He served as ASSISTANT CONTROLLER for CERIO, MAZZONE, KAMINSKY, AND COMPANY, INC. Certified Public Accountants - Local Cleveland firm from 1984-1985 he was a STAFF ACCOUNTANT-AUDITOR for the CLEVELAND ENGINEERING SOCIETY from 1982 to 1984, a Non-Profit Professional Engineering Society.

MEMBERSHIPS include the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants his education includes a BBA-BS Accounting - 1982 Cleveland State University Certified Public Accountant - Ohio 1985


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Dr. Stephen C. Paspek has spent more than 25 years as a leader in chemical reaction and process engineering. He currently holds more than 25 US patents related to hydrothermal processing, synthetic fuels upgrading, environmental remediation and petrochemical process improvements. A list of patents and publications is attached to this document. Dr. Paspek received his Ph.D. in chemical engineering from the University of Notre Dame in 1979. He has worked with Standard Oil of Ohio, British Petroleum, Corning, and the Ferro Corporation as a research scientist, process engineer, and manager. His prime focus has been on validation and implementation of novel technology to increase corporate profitability. Areas of expertise include chemical kinetics, high pressure – high temperature reactions, reactor design, supercritical fluids, and wet air oxidation. Dr. Paspek has numerous publications, and has presented papers at many technical conferences including the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the American Chemical Society, the National Petroleum Refiners Association, the International Symposium of Chemical Reaction Engineers, and the Metals and Materials Symposium. He is past-chairman of the National Bureau of Standards Consortium on Supercritical Fluids.


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President and owner of PEDCON, and for thirty three years a leading designer and producer of Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) handling equipment company with operations based in Cleveland, Ohio. His corporation specializes in analytical technology applications with a major emphasis on problems relating to municipal solid wastes handling on-line processes, including pick lines, packaging, sorting, baling and associated appurtenances. PEDCON provides high quality technical consulting, design – build contracting, customized equipment development and analytical support. Lee specializes in process and equipment sizing, maintenance and troubleshooting.


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Mr. Miller has served as a Director of GeneSyst International, Inc., the Delaware corporation and has been in the management of solid wastes since 1979. He has served as a transfer station operator, supervisor for a municipal recycle center, and as a plant manager. As Vice President of R. C. Miller Refuse Services, Inc., a Materials Recovery facility (MRF) he was responsible for the profit and loss responsibilities industrial division, Mark's Paper Stock, and the Stark Recycling Center. These responsibilities include staffing, budgeting, maintenance, capital improvements, purchasing, environmental permits and issues, operations, transportation, marketing, and sales for a plant processing 1,000 tons per day. Education qualifications include Kent State University, environmental studies, University of Akron, Business Administration, and Accounting with Baldwin Wallace College. He is a member of the National Solid Waste Management Association, Industrial Scrap Recycling Institute, the Future Leaders Forum, and the Environmental Industry Association.


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Richard Bridgwaters has served as contract compliance officer and coordinator for the response to the City of Houston sludge disposal Sims Bayou gravity pressure vessel RFP in the years 2002 and 2003. He has served as a member of the GeneSyst International, Inc. Board of Directors. He has served as gravity pressure vessel project coordinator for the AGS Inc-GeneSyst facility to serve the City of Lagos, Nigeria, and was the GeneSyst corporate negotiator with SRS Lacassine, LLC in Louisiana.

Richard Bridgwaters has extensive experience in operations, logistics, material handling and distribution. He served in various areas of management with Hecht’s, Division of May Department Stores. Prior to his retirement from May Department Stores he was VP Director of Material Handling and Distribution. Mr. Bridgwaters directed two facilities over one million square feet and 800 employees in the Washington Metropolitan Area. He was instrumental in the strategic planning of the company’s growth in the operations division. During his tenure as VP he oversaw the consolidation of two store companies into the system. Mr. Bridgwaters had oversight responsibility for industrial engineers, methods improvements, productivity standards, manpower planning, and building construction projects. He directed the Human Resource functions, purchase order management, and customer service areas related to the material handling system. Mr. Bridgwaters also served as the May’s corporate representative for material handling functions at its Import Consolidation Facility in Jersey City.

Mr. Bridgwaters has had various other management responsibilities that include a wide range of business activity. Mr. Bridgwaters was COO for Shopco Services Company and was responsible for strategic planning, market research/analysis and growth prospects for new business ventures. With the Department of Defense, Kelly AFB in San Antonio, Texas, he served as a Financial Manager/Inventory Management Specialist for the Engine Division, managing and controlling aircraft material through requirements determination, material distribution, procurement authorization and funds management. With the Lily Division of Owens Illinois he was a Territory Sales Manager responsible for South Jersey and Philadelphia markets where he developed sales plans and strategies in an ever expanding marketplace. He advised wholesalers in product knowledge, inventory levels, controls and sales presentations.

Mr. Bridgwaters served as President of a family owned business, Albridge Development Corp., while at Hecht’s and directed the development of a twelve acre residential housing project. He has also acted as a Management Cosultant/Staff Executive for George S. May Intl, consulting to small to medium sized businesses.

Richard is a graduate of the University of Louisville and has studied at the Center of Intercultural Documentation, Cuernavaca, Mexico. He has received many awards including the Chairman’s Cup and Expense Reduction Award (3), Operations Division (Hecht’s). He has received special appreciation awards for community service from the National Association for Higher Education, National Council of Negro Women, Prince Georges County Human Relations Commission, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. He also served as a Commissioner for the Human Relations Commission Prince Georges County.


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Since 1985 David has served as President and part owner of Envantage, Inc., consulting and analytical services company with operations based in Cleveland, Ohio and Houston, Texas. Corporation specializes in analytical technology applications with a major emphasis on problems relating to petroleum distillation and on-line processes, including but not limited to: Crude Oil Distillation auditors for TAPS Quality Bank, Natural Gas, LNG, Condensate, Landfill Gas, BTU, Dew-point characterization, On-line analyzer specialized application development, Hydrocarbon Fingerprinting Technology, GC, GC/MS, FT-IR, Thermal Analysis, AA/ICP, Physical Distillation, Effluent Wastewater Management and Acrylonitrile Process Measurement. Envantage provides high quality technical consulting, customized software development and analytical support primarily to the refining, natural gas producing and chemical processing industries.

David is a graduate of Miami University of Oxford, OH with a B.A. Geology and a B.S. Mineralogy and from 2000 to Present is working on his MBA in Technology Management with the University of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ. From 1985 to 1993 David worked with BP Research & Development in Cleveland, OH as an Analytical Chemist, On-line process chromatography, Laboratory automation and robotics, GC, GC/MS, FT-IR, XRD, Thermal Analysis and Environmental field analysis and assessment. Publications include: Engler, P., Santana, M., Mittleman, M., Balazs, D., “High Temperature X-ray Diffraction Techniques for Enhancing Time/Temperature Resolution”, Thermochimica Acta, 130 (1988) 309-318 and Engler, P., Santana, M., Mittleman, M., Balazs, D., et al, “Non-Isothermal In Situ XRD Analysis of Dolomite Decomposition”, The Rigaku Journal, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1988. Professional memberships include the American Chemical Society, American Standards & Testing, North American Thermal Analysis Society, North Coast Thermal Analysis Society and the Environmental Assessment Association.


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Presently, Peter is an Independent Construction Consultant and Engineer, including services for Van Wijnen b.v. and Vertech Treatment Systems of Apeldoorn, Netherlands. He is technical Advisor to a Far Eastern Process Company on its proposals for treating sludge and municipal wastes, technical Consultant to a joint venture consortium vying for the replacement programme to an Incineration Complex for Sludge in Pacific rim countries. From 1995 to 1998 Peter was Business Development Manager in Taylor Woodrow Construction. Advising company on its activities in the water and waste water infrastructure industry and preparing business development plans and proposals. Succeeded in gaining the company’s access to the PFI program for the West of Scotland Water at Dalmuir STW (capital value € 60 million) 1997. Secured other opportunities in the sector including works in Scotland, Ireland and within the UK. Gained access to British Waterways and Environment Agency on Construction and Program (Construction) Management opportunities for works.

From 1995 to 1996 Peter was Reviewer of Companies’ approach to entering the Portuguese Environmental and Infrastructure Market preparing Board briefing papers for acquisitions and collaborative ventures in mainland and offshore Portuguese dependencies. Strategic development resulted in the Company forming Anglo Portuguese Joint ventures for the extension of the Madeira Airport and for the reclamation of the Sintra area around Lisboa for environmental clean up of the Tejus Estuary. Developed a strategic relationship with the Ministry of the Environment and the LNEC for implementing a joint venture approach for a concession bid on a waste programme for Greater Lisbon. From 1990 to 1995 he was Project and Construction Manager with Taylor Woodrow Management Contracting. On the innovative € 260 million Thames Water Extended Arm project (part of the programme to clean up the river Thames) including: - (i) potable water reservoirs at Nunhead; Windsor; Mortimer and Swindon: and pipelines at Bearwood and Honor Oak: (ii) waste water programmes at Henley, Chertsey, Mogden, Rye Meads, Alton and Filkins Stws. Continued with developing company business in water/environmental infrastructure arena embracing partnering work in the with Environment Agency, Scottish water sector, Northern Ireland, and industrial food companies. He developed formal agreement on working with Construction company in the Netherlands for working on joint environmental projects in sludge treatment and waste disposal. From 1991 to 1998 Peter was company representative and member of British Water

From 1988 to 1990 Project Manager and Business Proposals manager for Armfibre on the design and use of odour control systems and structures for sewage works at Wigan, Chertsey, Plymstock, Aldershot; and industrial waste water treatment works including Isle of Sky Maltings, St Ivel Dairy Foods, Port Sunlight and a group of ten abattoirs and tanneries and MOD plants. During this time increased the company turnover from € 8 million to € 16 million. From 1984 to 1988 Peter was Project Manager and design engineer with Taylor Woodrow Construction for the use of composite GRP materials for use in the waste water industry and in construction group including waste water plants at Chester, St Helens, Sheffield, Riverside, and Beckton. From 1984 to 1985 Peter was Construction Consultant and Advisor working for a German Consulting Engineer on the design and development of free spanning and circular roofed structures in FRP composites for use to enclose large buildings and storage areas, including aeration plants for odour containment and as replacement digestion tank roofs operating at 200 mm water gauge gas pressures for 60 metre free spanning and 50 metre diameter tanks for a chemical complex near Essen and for Dartford and Burnley digestion plants.

1982 to 1984: Senior Civil Engineer with John Taylor and Sons as part of the AMBRIC Consortia. Engaged on the design of the Cairo waste water treatment project, and from 1981 to 1982, Senior Engineer with Watson Hawksley working on waste water treatment plants. Engaged on the design for Mombassa, Wellingborough and Milton Keynes Plants. From1978 to 1981 he served as Assistant and then Resident Engineer with Watson Hawksley. Initially working on the Bahrain Sewerage Scheme overseeing a Korean contractor Hyundai on the principal drainage and pumping stations in Manama, and later on a local area drainage project. From 1975 to 1978 with Watson Hawksley working on a number of sewerage and sewage treatment projects including Dubai, Bahrain, and High Wycombe

Peter is a Member of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, Chartered Engineer and Member of Institution of Civil Engineers, receiving his BSc(Eng) from Liverpool, HNC/D Engineering Wigan Civil Engineering/Mining College - Brighton College of Technology 1970 and ONC Engineering at Brighton College of Technology.


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During his tenure with GeneSyst International, Mr. Webster had principal responsibilities in planning documents, economic analysis, research, commodities pricing and histories, pro forma development and business planning for Gravity Pressure Vessel facilities. Prior to joining GeneSyst International, Inc. as Senior Engineer, Mr. Webster served as Senior Engineer for ProTec Environmental Corporation, Brooklyn Heights, Ohio. He has authored proposals and coordinated operations in environmental remediation (underground storage tank installations and removals, bio remediation of petroleum contaminated soils, lead and asbestos abatement).

He has developed contract submittals and performed Title V air pollution studies of several ferrous scrap yards located in various states. He has Investigated airborne PCB and Mercury contamination and developed storm water pollution prevention plans (sampling procedures, applications for National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits, SARA Title III Tier II reports, Form R reports, monthly ground water injection reports and a spill response report for submission to Ohio EPA).

He has authored petroleum contaminated soil treatment reports; Site Assessments of suspected petroleum release sites, Remedial Action Plans and Risk Assessments for submission to Ohio State Fire Marshal Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulation (BUSTR). He is responsible for development of Employee Health and Safety Plans. He has authored approximately 500 Phase I environmental site assessments of real estate transactions involving apartment buildings, shopping centers, flex space, vacant land, machine shops, former paint manufacturing, aluminum anodizing and other industrial facilities. David has served as Service Director for the City of Willowick, where he managed the public works department in the maintenance and repair of equipment, roads, sewers, grounds and buildings.

David G Webster has a masters degree in Civil Engineering with an Accounting minor.


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George Hartmann is expert in the field of environmental Permits. Mr. Hartmann has 20 plus years experience is design, start-up, operations, inspection, and management of waste water treatment systems. He has supervised research, development, design and operation of innovative water treatment and water line inspection technologies. He developed technical documents and studies for use in marketing and business development of water treatment technologies, inspection services and consulting engineering services. He has worked for the US E.P.A. Region VIII Office in Denver Colorado, Vertech Treatment Systems as an engineer for the construction and operation of the Vertcal Tube Reactor, (a.k.a. Gravity Pressure Vessel) built and operated in Longmont Colorado, J.M. Smith & Associates, the Oxidyne Corporation of Dallas Texas, as a design principal for the Oxidyne Gravity Pressure Vessel project for Houston, Texas, and Geraghty and Miller Inc. He was project engineer/project manager for the first commercial deep well wet oxidation project at Longmont Colorado. George Hartmann is a graduate of Rutgers University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with a masters degree in Sanitary Engineering from Cornell University. He served as an Officer for the US Coast Guard in Jeneau Alaska and Cleveland Ohio.


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Dr. Gerhardt joined General Tire, Inc. In 1973 and in 1979 was promoted to Manager of technical Staff Development. In 1984 he was promoted to Manager of the Product Engineering & Research Administration and Directed Mechanical Engineering Research. In 1987 Dr. Gerhardt was assigned the Directorship of Tire Research including the departments of Mechanical Engineering, Analytical Chemistry, Materials Research, and Computational Mechanics. Dr. Gerhardt also had responsibility of the Tire test center and the Uvada test track as Director of Research and Tire Testing. Dr. gerhardt accomplished his academic qualifications at the University of Cincinnati in Mechanical Engineering, and since 1973 served as a part time professor at the University of Akron. At the University of North Carolina, Dr. Gerhardt held the position of Assistant Dean of Continuing Engineering Studies and Assistant Professor of mechanical Engineering.


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From offices in Utah and Idaho, Vern F, Miller identifies marketing opportunities for GeneSyst in gravity pressure vessel technology. Vern Miller served as vice president for marketing for Vertech, which built the first gravity vessel in Longmont, Colorado. Mr. Miller also served as vice president in charge of sales and contracting for the Oxidyne Corporation of Dallas Texas. The Oxidyne estate has been purchased by GeneSyst. Mr. Miller was responsible for the sale of the Oxidyne installation proposed and started to serve the City of Houston, through the Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority. Mr. Miller is widely known and maintains contacts with many municipalities and the pulp and paper industry.


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Mr. Fatland started as Regional Sales Manager of Safety Kleen from October of 1990 to November of 2000 and was promoted to National Sales and Exports Manager. He was responsible for gaining market acceptance of their products. Beginning with production from the Breslau facility, then with the new refinery in East Chicago Safety Kleen obtained industry approval coordinating efforts with Lubrazol. During that period Mr. Fatland increased sales from $5 million to $35 million. He opened markets in Mexico, Australia, and Hong Kong. In addition to marketing he managed contracts with ACBL and was part of the management team coordinating growth, production capacity and quality requirements. Mr. Fatland was in responsible charge of the Asian marketing plan. Other corporate officer responsibilities assignments included the L.J. Kaiser Company, Seacoast Petroleum, Inc., Transammonia, Inc., Moore & Munger, Inc., Seacoast Oils, with additional employment history including 8 years with Mobile Oil Corporation, and Dow Chemical. Mr. Fatland has a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and Marketing, Western Michigan University, 1964, with graduate studies in Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan. Dale is the lead manager for the GeneSyst MSW conversion to Ethanol in the Kentucky-Tennessee market.

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January 1998 to Present, Providing engineering services pertaining to exploration, drilling, completion and acquisition of producing properties for various companies. For four years he served as Vice President for IPSCO DRILLING, a Div. of UTI Energy Corp. who maintains and operates 5 air rotary drilling rigs from its base at Sheffield, PA, employing up to 125 persons. My responsibilities included bidding, contract formation, customer relations and yearly budgeting in addition to the day to day operations and safety. Drilling operations ranged from north west Pennsylvania to New York, Ohio, West Virginia and Virginia. Average drilling depth was 5,500' in the Medina Sands and 7,800 feet in the Knox (Rose Run) formations. The company, specialized in the deep drilling, completing wells to depths of 12,000 feet. For six years before joining IPSCO Mr. White provided consulting services. Operations included supervision of seismic exploration, drilling and well completion. During this period the company also drilled, completed and produced oil and gas wells, designing and supervising the acquisition of seismic data and geo-chemistry, well sitting and completion. Before working as a consultant Willard was President of Belden and Blake, oil and gas production. Mr. White served as CEO for R-Source Exploration, Inc. and from 1978 thru 1984 as receiver for Delta States Drilling Company.

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John M. Smith has over 31 years of experience in civil and sanitary engineering, including a broad background in process design of conventional and innovative wastewater treatment technologies. This experience is derived from an initial four years of sewer and wastewater treatment plant design and construction experience with the engineering firm of Barbeau Construction Management in Batavia, Ohio, followed by over 16 years of research and engineering experience with the USEPA Office of Research and Development, and over 13 years as president and CEO of J.M. Smith and Associates. During his tenure at EPA, Mr. Smith directed the Agency's Pilot Plant Research Program that included an engineering and technical staff of approximately 60 persons who operated multi-line pilot plants in Washington, D.C., Pomona, California and Lebanon, Ohio. Basic and applied research was conducted under the direction of Mr. Smith on over 50 advanced waste treatment processes over a period of six years.

Mr. Smith later directed the three million dollar per year engineering and evaluation activities of EPA's Wastewater Research Program, including the development and management of a plant operations and design program, a small community research program, an innovative and alternative technology research program, and an engineering and technical assistance program. Highlights of Mr. Smith's EPA experience at USEPA's Office of Research and Development include the analysis of research data from over 140 wastewater treatment processes, the development of six new treatment processes and the development and dissemination of rational design information for the full scale implementation of these technologies, including the oversight of the vertical tube reactor built at Longmont Colorado. Mr. Smith is recognized internationally as a process design expert in Wastewater and Sludge Treatment Technology, and in Sewer System Evaluation and Odor and Corrosion Control.