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Chairman Of The Bioteq Board Added

Brad marchant stated, "the board and i believe that bioteq is now in a position to bring in a new ceo to provide fresh thinking and leadership for the senior management and staff.The company is in a great position for rapid growth and i believe we need a different skill set in the ceo position to work with david and his team to advance the corporate strategy.I am looking forward to my new role with the company and hope that this change will result in accelerated growth for bioteq, its staff and its shareholders." george poling, chairman of the bioteq board added, "we thank brad for his leadership and vision to bring bioteq from the seed of an idea in 1999 to an innovative leader in industrial water treatment today.We wish him well in his retirement, and look forward to his ongoing support and input as the primary company enters its next stage of growth." environmental technologies inc., a leader in the treatment of industrial waste water, announced today that brad marchant, chief executive officer, will be retiring from the company as of june 30, 2011.Following his retirement, mr.Marchant will continue with the company as a consultant to ensure a smooth transition to a new ceo and also to provide continuity and support for the company and the board of directors as required for investor and customer relations, strategic planning and corporate issues.Dr.David kratochvil will take on expanded executive responsibilities in his role as president and chief operating officer.The board of directors has initiated a search for a new ceo with cooperation and input from mr.Marchant.Gold fields limited (gold fields) today announced that attributable group production for the march quarter (q1 2011) is expected to be approximately 830,000oz, which is 5% higher than for the corresponding quarter a year ago (793,000oz).As expected production is lower than that achieved in the previous quarter (900,000 ounces), almost entirely due to the customary christmas break in south africa, when all mines close for two weeks.The guidance of between 3.5 and 3.7 million ounces for the full year 2011, provided on 18 february 2011, takes account of the seasonal decline in production in south africa which typically affects the march quarter.The higher year-on-year quarterly production is due to improvements at both the south african and international operations.

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