SOURCE: NuTech, Inc.

October 29, 2007 08:00 ET

NuTech Inc. Increases Ownership in RPM to 51%

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire - October 29, 2007) - NuTech, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: NTCI), an emerging provider of innovative technology solutions for the security industry, today announces the signing of definitive agreements with the owner of Resource Protection Management (RPM) that results in NTCI increasing its ownership position in RPM to 51%.

"RPM is presently a private partnership but is being reformed into a corporation as part of the transaction. In connection with this process and additional investment by NuTech, we will gain the ability to include financial information from RPM into NuTech's consolidated financial statements," stated Lois Newman, President and CEO of NuTech, Inc. "Increasing our ownership position to 51% was formerly a long term goal that we are proud to accomplish at this early stage in our association. Given the positive facts regarding RPM, we knew it was important for both companies to create a relationship that benefits our investors and meets the expectation of the marketplace."

NuTech, Inc. is an emerging provider of innovative technology solutions for the security industry. NuTech actively incubates leading-edge technologies while monitoring the market for compelling technologies to acquire and implement.

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