SOURCE: East Morgan Holdings, Inc.

June 17, 2011 08:00 ET

East Morgan Holdings, Inc. Shareholder Letter Updating Operations

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL--(Marketwire - Jun 17, 2011) - East Morgan Holdings, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: EMHI) EMHI today announces status of areas of business of the company to date.

EMHI through its joint venture partner Global Technologies Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: GTGP) has executed joint venture agreements with MSE Technology Applications (MSE) Butte Montana ( and M2 Polymer Technologies, Illinois (


The current results of these joint venture agreements:

MSE is authoring a report to be presented by them for the Annual Waste Management (WM) Conference, presented by WM Symposia (WMS) The Symposia is widely regarded as the premier international conference on the management of radioactive materials and related topics. WM2012 is the 38th year of the conference and is expected to attract over 2,000 nuclear specialists from over 35 countries, presenting more than 500 papers in over 90 technical sessions. WMS was founded to provide a forum for discussing and seeking cost effective and environmentally responsible solutions for the safe management and disposition of radioactive waste and radioactive materials. This year the conference theme for the WM2012 is: Improving the future in waste management. Sponsoring organizations include the American Nuclear Society (ANS), the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development/Nuclear Energy Agency (OECD/NEA). The conference is also organized with input from the US Department of Energy (DOE), the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA); the US Department of Defense (DOD) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

EMHI's Joint Venture partner GTGP is spearheading this effort. This is the next step for M2 and EMHI / Global as it puts the new combined technology tested and validated by MSE in front of the major government agencies they work with along with their credentials in this field. M2 and EMHI / Global have also been in contact with several companies that are current clients and contacts of M2 that were interested in the combined new product and were waiting for the final results and validation of the combined technologies which were achieved.

Global Technologies Group, Inc. advised EMHI that it had received verification and final validation from MSE Technologies Applications, Inc. on the successful completion of testing on dual use treatability of contaminated soils with combination of Molecular Bonding System (MBS) and M2 Polymer Technologies, Illinois.

The final optimum percentages were calculated; the dual treatment final testing for TCLP was initiated. The application of proper mixtures was added to the spiked baseline soil samples that were submitted for TCLP analysis on March 11, 2011. On March 28, 2011, Global and M2 were notified that the TCLP results of the combination of both chemicals used can definitely perform simultaneous treatment on heavy metals for dewatering and remediation.

This important final verification of the dual use formulation which encompasses two EPA approved technologies will enable the joint venture companies to commence penetration of the substantial government and private sector market. This will uniquely enable us to take advantage of the combined technologies for major Governmental and private companies' energy related remediation projects and enable each company to expand their penetration of both heavy metal and de-watering cleanup capabilities. "To my knowledge, this new treatment represents the first time a polymer compound and the MBS chemical formulation have been tested successfully and is the first combined formulation to be used for heavy metal remediation," said James Fallacaro, President of Global Technologies Group, Inc.

EMHI/GLOBAL has been asked to provide a design for treatment of mercury for a well-known cement plant along with design features to retrofit the plant to use the MBS process. For this project, we are asking MSE for design and implementation.

It should be noted that the EPA has mandated all cement plants must conform to new regulations requiring the reduction and omission of hazardous metals. Ash from these plants has already been classified as hazardous and the EMHI Licensed Technology MBS has already been tested and proven to correct the ash problem.

M2/MSE is preparing required documents for submission for a 100 million dollar project.

SOL: N62470-11-R-8004
DUE: 071211
Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) type contract for one base year and four one-year option periods. The total maximum value for the contract is $100 million inclusive of the base year and all options. Work will be performed by the issuance of task orders. The work includes remedial actions at environmentally contaminated sites predominately located at NAVY and Marine Corps Installations and other Government agencies.

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EMHI has now added the technical and consulting capabilities of MSE to its infrastructure. MSE gives EMHI more than 30 years of engineering and solutions capabilities to offer its clients.

MSE offers diverse engineering services, drilling services (Geoprobe), soil and groundwater sampling, remediation, grout testing, technology testing and prototyping, control and monitoring systems, and a full analytical laboratory to bolster EMHI's operating capabilities.

MSE FACILITY. Various Government and commercial customers have used the MSE facility as an intermediate-scale test facility for more than three decades. Covering 53 acres, the site houses the infrastructure and a number of large-scale components to conduct scale-up and prototype testing. MSE offers customers focused integrated use of the facilities with an experienced staff.

The MSE Test facility, named the Mike Mansfield Advanced Technology Center (MMATC), situated in Butte, Montana, houses equipment and systems to test components, equipment and energy/material handling systems ranging from bench-scale apparatus through engineering-scale demonstrations and full-scale equipment development. The facility buildings and infrastructure combine to offer customers a complete testing center-with indoor and outdoor testing areas, test bays, utility systems, and welding, fabrication, and machine shops that allow for on-the spot changes and fabrication or modification of one-of a-kind components.

MSE has successfully infused the patented MBS Technology into an energy related product eliminating the potential for metals pollution at the end of the products useful life. Infusion of the MBS Technology into commercial, car and household batteries will be the next target for EMHI. Previous bench scale testing has proven that batteries can be self remediating when the MBS/IFS Technology is infused into them.

EMHI intends to move forward with its effort to build a strong infrastructure through joint venture relationships by utilizing established companies which have an established client base as well as know-how and contacts within the targeted government and private sectors. The additions of GTGP, MSE and M2 Polymer is a major step in this endeavor.

EMHI intends to utilize MSE to determine application costs for use of its remediation technology in coal burning plants. This technology has already proven its ability to effectively reduce both ionic and elemental mercury from coal burning energy plant emissions while remediating the mercury. Coal burning plants currently spend more than $15 billion per year in the United States alone in failed emission control technologies.

About East Morgan Holdings, Inc.

The Company intends to focus its operations on pollution prevention from metal contaminated air emissions from manufacturing plants and on energy products containing heavy metals. The Company's technologies are proven in the remediation of metals in coal combustion gas emitted from coal fired plants, also the Company's technologies have proven capable of eliminating highly toxic mercury and other metals from the ash and waste water which are byproducts from coal fire plants.

The above transaction is subject to and contingent upon all Federal and State regulatory approvals. The foregoing discussion contains forward-looking statements, which are based on current expectations. Actual results, including the outcome of demonstration results, timing and amount of revenues recognized contracts awarded and performed and net income may differ due to such factors as: delays in payment on contracts due to specifications; economic and other conditions affecting the ability of prospective clients to finance projects; and other risks generally affecting the financing of projects. Investors are cautioned to perform a proper due diligence and consult-licensed professionals prior to making an investment decision.

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