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Global Resource Corp. Adds Expert in Microwave Technology.

WEST BERLIN, N.J. -- Global Resource Corp. (OTC: GBRC), a developer of a patent-pending microwave technology and machinery for extracting oil and gas, announced today that Mr. Carl A. Everleigh has joined the staff as a consultant. Mr. Everleigh is a leading expert in microwave technology.

Prior to joining Global Resource, Mr Everleigh was President of Pendulum Electromagnetics, Inc., which he founded in 1993. Prior to founding Pendulum Electromagnetic, Inc. he was Founder, President and Chairman of the Board of Microwave Laboratories, Inc. In addition, Mr. Everleigh has also held Senior Management and Engineering positions at Litton Industries, Microwave Associates, Raytheon and ITT.

Mr. Everleigh's design experience in the Microwave field is extensive, including Teledyne Microwave Electronic Technologies (TWTs) and TWT Amplifiers; coaxial, conventional and positive-pulsed magnetrons; reflex klystrons; klystron Amplifiers and tetrodes covering frequency ranges from 300 Mhz to 35 Ghz at power levels from 10 MW to 2 MW.

Mr. Everleigh's major accomplishments in the Microwave field include:

* Co-developer of the magnetron used in the Radar Altimeter to fire the retrorocket for the first soft landing on the moon.

* Development of the Microwave Amplifiers used in the world's most powerful electronic countermeasure Radar Jamming System presently used by the U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force.

* Co-Inventor of the Variable Frequency Microwave Heating Oven.

* An award for one of the best Invention of the Year was awarded to Mr. Everleigh and co-inventors.

Mr. Frank Pringle, CEO of Global Resource, stated "I have been involved in microwave technology since 1997 and have worked with many electro-magnetic engineers throughout the world. Carl Everleigh is one of the leading experts in the world for microwave technology. Having a person with Carl's knowledge and credentials on our staff solidifies our ability both scientifically and mechanically to commercialize our technology and truly begin to reduce our dependency on foreign oil."

In 1997, Mr. Everleigh and Mr. Pringle found the magnetic resonance frequency in 2 different types of glass for a glass recycling project that Mr. Pringle had been pioneering. In 1999, Mr. Pringle and Mr. Everleigh completed experimenting with tires to find the magnetic resonance frequency of tire material, which is the cornerstone in the development of all Global Resource technologies and applications.

During the short time Mr. Everleigh has been on Global Resource's full-time staff he has been developing a suite of new specific frequency microwave tube designs for our commercial applications. Global Resource's intent is for the new designs will to carry certain patents that will assist in preserving our existing technology and will ensure our systems are more economical.

About Global Resource Corp.

Global Resource Corp., (OTC: GBRC), is a developer of a patent-pending microwave technology and machinery that extracts oil and petroleum products from shale deposits, tar sands, capped oil wells, bituminous coal and processed materials such as tires and plastics as well as dredged soil from harbors and river bottoms. Its process produces significantly greater yields and lower costs than are available using existing technologies. Because the process takes place in an enclosed environment it is emission-free and an efficient and cost-effective tool for cleaning environmental wastes and toxic materials. For more information see:

Forward-Looking Statements

This news release contains forward-looking statements regarding Global Resource Corp.'s business strategies and future plans of operations. Forward- looking statements involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties. The forward-looking statements contained in this news release speak only as of the date hereof and Global Resource disclaims any obligation to provide public updates, revisions or amendments to any forward-looking statements made herein to reflect changes in Global Resource's expectations or future events.
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