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ROLLINS ENVIRONMENTAL CONTINUES ITS JOINT COMMERCIALIZATION OF MOLTEN METAL TECHNOLOGY'S CATALYTIC EXTRACTION PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY

 ROLLINS ENVIRONMENTAL CONTINUES ITS JOINT COMMERCIALIZATION OF


MOLTEN METAL TECHNOLOGY'S CATALYTIC EXTRACTION PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY
 WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Rollins Environmental Services, Inc. (NYSE, PSE: REN) has reaffirmed its commitment to Molten Metal Technology, Inc., focusing the two firms' joint development efforts through applied technical development to be performed at Molten Metal Technology's Fall River, Mass., Recycling-R&D Center.
 These applied development efforts will be targeted to expand Rollins' technical service capabilities to allow recycling of currently hard-to-treat materials, such as halogenated and heavy metal containing wastes and byproducts. "Molten Metal Technology's Catalytic Extraction Processing (CEP) provides Rollins with a strategic way to expand and diversify our technical base, positioning us to service our customers better, while maintaining our competitive edge," said Nicholas Pappas, Rollins' president and chief operating officer.
 Rollins has committed additional funding and senior technical personnel to this phase of commercialization. Following this initial commercialization, Rollins said it anticipates installing CEP units at its existing processing facilities under a license from Molten Metal Technology.
 The company is a technological leader for commercial incineration in the chemical waste treatment and disposal industry and operates facilities in Baton Rouge and Plaquemine, La.; Bridgeport, N.J., and Deer Park, Texas. Chempak treatment and disposal services for small- quantity generators of hazardous waste are provided through offices located in Delaware, North Carolina, Michigan, Illinois, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, California, Connecticut, Florida and Washington. The company also operates waste processing, recycling and repackaging facilities in Tipton, Mo., and Los Angeles, and a major laboratory facility in Ann Arbor, Mich.
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 /CONTACT: Jack Hornberger, group vp, External Affairs of Rollins Environmental Services, 302-426-2949, or Ian C. Yates, vp, Market Development of Molten Metal Technology, 617-487-7635/
 (REN) CO: Rollins Environmental Services, Inc.; Molten Metal Technology, Inc. ST: Delaware, Massachusetts IN: MNG SU:


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