Global Technologies Group, Inc. Enters a Strategic Teaming Agreement With Science and Technology Applications, LLC

September 17, 2009

SARASOTA, Fla., Sept, 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Global Technologies Group, Inc., (Pink Sheets: GTGP) (Global) has executed a strategic teaming agreement with Science and Technologies Applications, LLC. (STA)

“With this agreement, Global significantly enhances its group capabilities, which include not just heavy metals remediation but also other environmental technologies, as well as high level, low-level and transuranic radioactive waste management,” stated James Fallacaro, President of Global. “We believe that STA, led by its President and founder Dr. Dash Sayala, has the best technologies and approaches to evaluating, engineering solutions and implementing for the containment of all types of radioactive wastes and for protection of health and environment, giving our group full range of capabilities to handle any project which our group decides to pursue.”

“STA provides a variety of services in the areas of health and environmental protection, pollution prevention and waste minimization, radioactive waste management technologies, health physics, drinking water and wastewater treatments, site investigations and remedial investigation and feasibility studies. These engineering services allows Global’s team to provide expanded specialized services and mature technologies geared toward environmental cleanup activities, radioactive waste management and pollution prevention and protection of health and environment. Our combined capabilities makes Global a uniquely qualified group to meet various service needs of our valued customers,” stated Dr. Sayala.


STA offers state-of-the-art technical, engineering, analytical and management support services. To ensure client satisfaction, we assign highly qualified professionals to develop innovative multidisciplinary approaches to problem solving and to meet the specific needs of our clients. Quality assurance and quality control form an integral part of our support services. STA offers the following professional services:

Health and Environmental Program Support Services

  • Environmental assessments, including environmental impact assessments
  • Hazardous waste site investigations
  • Depleted uranium pollution investigations
  • Environmental program planning, management and guidance
  • Analysis and development of environmental laws, regulations and policies
  • Regulatory compliance support services – The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)
  • ISO 14000 and 9000 based environmental monitoring, auditing and reviews
  • Water and soil pollution investigations, modeling and assessments
  • Health and environmental risk assessments
  • Assessment of environmental liability in industrial privatization and restructuring
  • Environmental economic analysis
  • Environmental program support related to energy and mining industries
  • Environmental program support related to Base realignment and closure (BRaC)
  • Agricultural pollution assessments
  • Coastal marine environmental investigations, monitoring and assessments
  • Oil spill pollution assessment and management support
  • Fate and Transport of pollutants (organic, inorganic and radioactive) in different environmental media
  • High-level, low-level and transuranic radioactive waste management and disposal programs support

Health Environmental Safety Program Support Capabilities

With ever increasing impacts of radioactive waste and pollution on health and environmental resources, and threats of nuclear terrorism, it is imperative to take timely and appropriate measures to minimize the impacts of radioactive materials on human health and environmental resources. STA professionals offer the following services:

Environmental radiation management and advisory services:

  • Environmental radiation monitoring, Radiation impact assessments, Regulatory compliance support, Environmental radiation incident investigation, and Environmental radiation-dosimetry.
  • Environmental Health and Occupational Safety – EHOS
  • Radiation protection program development, guidance and monitoring
  • Assessment of radiation health risks and contingency planning
  • Regulatory compliance support with:
    • National Regulatory Commission – NRC
    • International Commission on Radiological Protection – ICRP
    • Food and Drug Administration – FDA
    • Occupational Safety and Health Administration – OSHA
    • States’ regulations and other governing regulations and standards
  • Design radiation shielding for radioactive waste storage, D&D and medical applications, as well as for protection against radiation due to IED explosions
  • Dose Calculations

Environmental Technology Support Capabilities

STA offers the following technologies and services in support of specific needs of different industry clients:

  • Concrete and polymer based Gamma, neutron, beta and alpha radiation shielding technologies
  • Liquid/sludge radioactive waste solidification technology
  • Drinking water and Industrial/municipal wastewater treatment
  • Pollution Prevention and waste minimization techniques
  • Pollution remediation technologies
  • Assessment of polymer chemical (ionic and anionic) technology for specific
  • applications
  • Clean technology and guidance

Current and Former Clients Served by Our Professionals

    United States Environmental Protection Agency - EPA
    National Institutes of Health - NIH
    White House Conference on Environmental Technology
    Department of Energy - DOE
    Department of Defense - DOD
    National Science Foundation - NSF
    World Bank - The Republic of Kazakhstan Project
    United States Mining Companies
    Asian Development Bank - Republic of Malaysia Project
    Brookhaven National Labs
    Oak Ridge National Labs
    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration - NOAA
    Army Corps of Engineers
    National Academy of Science (National Research Council Panels)
    United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
    Naval Research Labs
    Ocean Science and Technology Labs
    United States Geological Survey
    American Board of Toxicology

Dr. Dash Sayala President

Field of expertise:

  • Program/project Management
  • Geochemistry/hydrochemistry and modeling
  • Hydrologic Investigations
  • Environmental technologies
  • Water and waste water treatment technologies
  • Hazardous and Radioactive Waste Management
  • Radioactive Waste Management, and Radiation shielding and liquid waste solidification technologies
  • EA and EIS (NEPA)
  • Environmental Regulations/Policies Analysis and Development
  • Health & Ecological Risk Assessments
  • Radiation dosimetry and Surveys
  • Air Quality Assessments
  • Fate & Transport of pollutants
  • Pollution Prevention and Waste Minimization – Clean Technologies and Market based Economic Instruments
  • Waste water and drinking water treatment technologies
  • GIS and Statistical Applications
  • Institutional Strengthening & training
  • ISO 9000 & 14001 EMS auditing, review and monitoring
  • Knowledge Management

About Global Technologies Group, Inc.:

Global Technologies Group, Inc. is a company that is in the business of acquiring exclusive licenses on proven new technologies in the environmental and green industries. The criteria for the licensing of the technologies are: they must be proven, in use and have an underlying valid patent. The business plan of Global is to utilize the licenses for its own use and to also sublicense the technologies it acquires to companies in geographic regions covered under the original license grant.

Under exclusive license, Global utilizes the Molecular Bonding System (MBS) technology for Brownfield and Redevelopment sites. MBS renders metal-contaminated soil inert and has passed the United States EPA Multiple Extraction Procedure (MEP) 1,000 year test, showing that the technology permanently stops heavy metals, such as lead, arsenic and cadmium, from leaching into the environment, including rivers, marshes and streams. This system is especially suited for on-site remediation, eliminating the transportation of contaminated soils to off-site locations. The MBS technology is a product of U.S. patents. US Patent numbers 5,898,093 and 5,877,393.


SOURCE Global Technologies Group, Inc.

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