SOURCE: NuTech, Inc.

September 11, 2007 06:00 ET

RPM Meets With Houston City Officials to Discuss Dual Notification

HOUSTON, TX--(Marketwire - September 11, 2007) - NuTech, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: NTCI), an emerging provider of innovative technology solutions for the security industry, announced today that Mr. B. Allen Fletcher, President of Resource Protection Management, LP (RPM) in which NuTech has a 49% ownership interest, met with Mr. Craig Ferrell, Deputy Director, Administrative General Counsel for the Houston Police Department and Chief Harold Hurtt, to discuss RPM's Dual Notification technology for the City of Houston.

Discussions have centered on the introduction of RPM's Dual Notification capabilities and how it would benefit the city of Houston and its law enforcement efforts. Mr. Ferrell voiced his concerns with regard to burglar alarms and has sought feedback from RPM regarding procedures the city might implement to handle alarm issues in a more efficient manner. RPM's Dual Notification technique reduces the average time it takes to notify the Law Enforcement from 12-15 Minutes down to 20-30 Seconds. This reduction in notification time significantly increases the possibility that the burglar will actually be caught in the act and potentially prosecuted.

In the meeting, Mr. Ferrell has indicated his belief that Dual Notification would be a great asset to the Houston Police Department and expressed interest in a pilot program for targeted areas in the city. Mr. Ferrell plans to present the RPM's Dual Notification monitoring method to the legal counsels of the fifty-two largest police agencies at the Fall 2007 meeting of the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

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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