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  • GeneSyst Consulting Group

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.

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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.

JAMES A. TITMAS, PE

Professional Profile

James A. Titmas, P.E., holds a BSCE degree from the University of Akron in Ohio. In April of 2011 received the coveted “Distinguished Alumni Award” from Akron University’s College of Engineering. He worked for the City of Akron, Department of Sewers beginning in September of 1957.  He began his career in consulting engineering in 1963 in electric power generation, including rate analysis, thermal mass balance, coal-steam power generation, fossil fuel emissions control, starved air combustion (gasification), thermal cycle efficiency enhancements, operational troubleshooting, monitor and control methods and bond financing. 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. 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. James A. Titmas holds twenty six US method and/or apparatus patents, critical to the commercial application of the conversion of organic wastes to bio-fuels and marketed products. The most recent awarded patents relate to efforts directed to sub-dew point emission control, the commercial recovery of acids and toxic metals from air combustion, enhanced conversion of organic debris to fuels, extracting products from contaminated debris and processing of materials using supercritical wet oxidation means.

GEERT ROELOF NIEZEN, Ph.D

Professional Profile

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 Refractories – 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. Dr. Niezen has demonstrated expertise  in the conversion of saccharides to bio-degradable plastics.

MARK W. BOSLETT

Professional Profile

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 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. Professional 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

MARK E. HEADLEY

Professional Profile

President and owner of Pro-Tech Engineering, Inc., Akron, Ohio; Established 1986. Application Engineering, Design and Assembly of Control Systems, including the GeneSyst process simulation apparatus and computer controls, Industrial Air Pollution Control, Industrial and Municipal Waste Treatment, Commercial Building Energy Management, Heat Treating of Metals, Steel Manufacturing, Natural Gas Utilities, Rubber and Plastics Machinery, Commercial Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, Leased-Line Telemetry Operations, Specialization in: Air and Fluids Handling including Mass Flow, Flue Gas Analysis and Thermal Processes, Control experience includes: Allen-Bradley PLC's, Andover Systems, Bristol-Babcock Distributed Control, Fisher-Porter Instrumentation, Honeywell Smart Transmitters, Leeds and Northrup Instrumentation, Siebe-Foxboro Instrumentation, Texas Instruments PLC's, Yokagawa, Instrumentation. Formal education includes B.S.M.E., University of Akron, 1981, Major: Mechanical Engineering, A.S.E.T., University of Akron, 1981, Major: Mechanical Technology Professional Associations include: Member, Instrument Society of America (ISA, Member, American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE)

LU-KWANG JU, PH.D.

Professional Profile

Luke first worked with the University of Akron, Ohio in 1990 and now serves as Professor and Chair, Department of Chemical & Bio-molecular 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.  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.

MARK W. BOSLETT

Professional Profile

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 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. Professional 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

RICHARD L. BRIDGWATERS

Professional Profile

Mr. Bridgwaters is the Managing Director, Bridgwaters and Associates, LLC. The company was established to promote the development and implementation of the Gravity Vessel Technology in Sub-Saharan Africa. The company supports his role as project coordinator for the American and Nigerian interests in a Nigerian infrastructure Development project. Bridgwaters & Associates is comprised of a group of business professionals experienced in project management, finance, banking, real estate development, human resource management, procurement, logistics, operations, material handling and distribution management. The highlights of the program include job creation, technology research, transfer, commerce development, and trade. The company also coordinates project management, design, build and operate support where needed by project promotors.  Utilizing its network of professionals, the company provides turnkey services to its clients to ensure successful projects. Mr. Bridgwaters has extensive experience in operations, logistics, material handling and distribution. He was VP Director of Material Handling and Distribution for the Hecht’s Division of May Department Stores.  During his tenure as VP he oversaw the consolidation of two major Department Store companies into the system. He had oversight responsibility for industrial engineers, methods improvements, productivity standards, manpower planning, and building construction projects, Human Resource functions, purchase order management, and customer service areas. He served as the May’s corporate representative for material handling functions at its Import Consolidation Facility in Jersey City, New Jersey.   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 Awards, Prince Georges County Human Relations Commission, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. He also was a Commissioner for the Human Relations Commission Prince Georges County.

DAVID J. BALAZS

Professional Profile

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, 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.

PETER HURRELL, CHARTERED ENGINEER

Professional Profile

Presently, Peter is an Independent Construction Consultant and Engineer, including services for Van Wijnen b.v. and  Vertech (a.k.a.GPV) 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.  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.

GORDON C.SPELICH

Professional Profile

Mr. Gordon C. Spelich served as CEO/Chairman for Charter Air Transport and as a Member of the advisory board for private equity fund focused on the distribution industry. Senior level executive with extensive experience in mergers and acquisitions, new company start-ups, Chapter 11 re-organizations, and turn around management in the steel industry. Most recent accomplishments include the Start up and growth of a 30 passenger charter airline, the restructuring of the largest Steel company in Canada, and the successful acquisition and integration of seven distressed steel companies into International Steel Group. Stelco Inc.  He restructured the largest Steel Company in Canada returning it to profitability. As Vice President - Business Development, & Officer his Key Responsibilities included: managing the restructuring of Transportation, purchasing and Raw materials departments. Successfully disposed of numerous non-core assets, and responsible for all joint venture and subsidiary companies. With International Steel Group Inc. the largest Steel Company in the US as Vice President - Business Development, & Officer his key responsibilities included: Lead M&A efforts for all acquisitions. Provided strategic analysis for future growth, worked with investment bankers to analyze potential acquisitions. perform operational analysis and recommendations for organizational restructuring and operational improvements to improve overall company results, provided oversight for purchasing policies and procedures. Negotiated major contracts for key supplies and raw materials. managed non-core assets and asset sales to generate cash for future growth. and responsible for management of all joint venture companies; including Iron Ore mines, steel framing, galvanizing operations, steel processing, and real estate management.  Mr. Gordon C, Spelich has a Master of Business Administration degree - Finance, from Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, Illinois 1990, and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Illinois 19803967

JOHN B. KOOGLER, Ph.D., P.E.

Professional Profile

From 1957 to 1961, Dr. Dr Koogler was responsible for Industrial Waste Treatment and Air Pollution Control Programs as Project Manager, Whitman and Howard Engineers and Architects, Boston, Massachusetts, and Air Resource Management Programs, as project Manager, Environmental Engineering, Inc.  Served in Management of Air Science Programs; Senior Advisor for Company and Divisional Projects; Project Management of Environmental Assessment Programs. Vice President, Air Sciences Division, Environmental Science and Engineering, Inc., Gainesville, Florida.  From 1974 to present: Principal, Koogler and Associates, Inc. (and Sholtes and Koogler Environmental Consultants), Gainesville, Florida.  Areas of Specialization include: Air Resource Management; Air Pollution Source Permitting; Air Quality Modeling and Impact Analysis; Control Strategy Development; Environmental Impact Assessment; and Emission Measurements. Environmental Impact Studies for Phosphate Fertilizer Plants, Exploratory Petroleum Drilling, Fossil and Nuclear Power Plant Siting and Sulfur Recovery Facilities. Meteorological Studies, Air Pollutant Impact Litigation, Inspection Manual Preparation, Source and Indoor Air Sampling Method Evaluation and Development.  Project Advisor and Project Manager. Air Quality Monitoring Studies including Networks to Monitor Ambient Levels of Particulate Matter, Lead, SO2, NOx, H2S CO, Mercaptans, Oxidants, Sulfation Rates, Soiling, Corrosion Rates and Hydrocarbons. Air Pollutant Emissions Measurements for Compliance and Process Evaluation in Cement Plants, Earth Mineral Processing Plants, Phosphates Fertilizer Plants, Kraft Pulp Mills, Municipal Incinerators, Sugar Mills, Hazardous Waste Fuel Fired Sources, Power Boilers, Asphalt Plants, Acid Plants, Smelters and others.  Air Quality Dispersion Studies for Micro, Meso and Macro Scale Transport.  Dispersion and Plume Behavior Evaluation in the vicinity of buildings, Air Quality Modeling for permitting (Ambient Air Quality Standards and PSD Increment Consumption), Long-range Pollutant Transport Modeling and Accidental Release Modeling. ir Pollution Source Permitting including State Permit Applications, PSD Applications, RACT Applications, and Title V Applications.  Permitting has involved Assessment of Control Technology (BACT, RACT, LAER, MACT), Process Modifications, Air Quality Issues and Regulatory Issues.  Education: B.C.E. 1960  Major:  Civil Engineering, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio. M.E. 1963 Major:  Environmental Engineering (Radiological Health) University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Ph.D. 1966  Major:  Environmental Engineering (Air Resource Management), University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida. Dr. Koogler has published articles and proprietary and expert reports in the areas of air resource management, resource utilization, industrial air pollution control, and air quality surveys.