SOURCE: Global Technologies Group, Inc.
SARASOTA, FL--(Marketwire - Aug 6, 2012) - Global Technologies Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GTGP) announces that the scheduled full two week run at the cement plant under normal operating conditions will begin August 7th and be completed August 21st. The MBS chemicals are on site and MSE engineers will be arriving there today. The Mercury removal percentage will be monitored daily and verified by both the plant and MSE Technology Applications, Inc. Global will inform its shareholders of the amount of Mercury exiting the stack, if any, on a daily basis beginning Thursday, August 9th.
"Global is pleased that this run will give both the EPA and the DOE the data results for the use of MBS in that industry and final verified plant data for the DOE and the EPA for mercury removal from all stack gasses. This will be the final verification for moving towards the use of MBS in all areas of both the cement and power plant industries as well as the DOE and EPA benchmarking MBS for best use status. We are looking forward to the completion of this run and its impact on the removal of a highly toxic airborne pathogen from not only cement plants but all industries that emit toxic Mercury into our environment," stated James Fallacaro, President of Global Technologies Group, Inc.
Global Technologies Group, Inc. (GLOBAL) is a company that is in the business of acquiring exclusive licenses and distribution and reseller contracts on proven technologies in the environmental, green and war fighter industries. The criteria for the licensing or distribution agreements of the technologies are: they must be proven, validated and in use. The business plan of Global is to sublicense the technologies it acquires to companies in Countries covered under the original license grants and for its own use. For our exclusive distribution and reseller agreements, we partner with appropriate representatives in the covered countries for resale of turn key projects.
Solucorp Industries is the patent holder and licensor of the MBS technology.