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CONCORD RESOURCES GROUP SELECTS NEW EXECUTIVE

 CONCORD RESOURCES GROUP SELECTS NEW EXECUTIVE
 PITTSBURGH, April 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Concord Resources Group, Inc. (CRG) today announced the appointment of John T. Corcia to the position of president and chief executive officer, where he will oversee the company's hazardous waste management facilities and development plans.
 Corcia, 46, joins CRG from Environmental Systems Company (ENSCO) of Little Rock, Ark., where he served as executive vice president and chief operating officer.
 Established in 1989, CRG is a hazardous waste management company formed through a joint venture between Philadelphia-based Consolidated Rail Corporation (Conrail) and OHM Corporation of Findlay, Ohio. Conrail operates the largest rail transportation network throughout the northeastern and midwestern regions of the United States; OHM designs and implements environmental remediation services, and the company offers extensive experience in environmental regulatory matters.
 "Concord is fortunate to have attracted a professional with a proven record of accomplishment in the waste management industry," said CRG Director Charles Marshall. "John Corcia brings superior operations, regulatory and development experience to Concord, as well as an entrepreneurial spirit that will maximize the company's potential for continued growth."
 At ENSCO, Corcia was responsible for the management and operation of all of the company's business units, including three rotary kiln incinerators in El Dorado, Ark. Under his leadership, ENSCO's sales grew to more than $150 million annually. The company provides services to industries, utilities and government entities throughout the United States. He joined the company in 1987.
 From 1984 to 1987, Corcia was senior vice president of Hall-Buck Marine Services in Burnside, La., where he established a regulatory management function to focus on environmental and safety issues.
 Prior to joining Hall-Buck, Corcia held a variety of management and engineering positions with Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Co. and Corning Glass Works.
 Corcia received bachelor's and master's of science degrees in ceramic engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and completed the Harvard Business School Executive Management Program. He and his wife, Dianne, have three children, ages 16, 11 and 9.
 He succeeds Swep Davis, who resigned from the company in December, 1991. Corcia will assume duties on May 1, 1992.
 CRG owns and operates Highway 36 Land Development Company, a hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facility 70 miles east of Denver, Colo., and Stablex Canada, Inc., a treatment and disposal facility near Montreal, Quebec. The company, with executive offices in Pittsburgh and Lawrenceville, N.J., is continuing development of a state-of-the art treatment facility in northwestern Pennsylvania.
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 /CONTACT: William J. Green of William J. Green & Associates, 412-281-5555, for Concord Resources Group/ CO: Concord Resources Group, Inc. ST: Pennsylvania IN: SU: PER


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