PEOPLE: Ex-ExxonMobil Chemical chief named director of Nalco

In other personnel news: 1) DCWASA veteran joins HydroFlo as PR specialist; 2) ADS appoints new general manager for Accusonic; 3) Earth Tech promotes Hickman to senior vice president; 4) R.W. Beck adds two to staff new Mid-Atlantic office; 5) Tasker hires beverage industry veteran Bob Jenkins as CFO; 6) Culligan names former Kinko's executive Mark Seals as CEO...

Also below, see:
-- CDC, DCWASA veteran joins HydroFlo as PR specialist;
-- ADS appoints new general manager for Accusonic
-- Earth Tech promotes Hickman to senior vice president;
-- R.W. Beck adds two to staff new Mid-Atlantic office;
-- Tasker Products hires beverage industry veteran Bob Jenkins as CFO, and
-- Culligan names former Kinko's executive Mark Seals as CEO

Daniel S. Sanders named director of Nalco Holding Company
NAPERVILLE, IL, Jan. 10, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Nalco Holding Company added Daniel S. Sanders to its board of directors, serving on the board's Audit Committee. His appointment brings the board to a total of nine members.

Sanders is the former president, ExxonMobil Chemical Company, and vice president, Exxon Mobil Corporation. He retired from ExxonMobil on Aug. 31, 2004 after 43 years of service.

A native of Georgia, Sanders earned a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of South Carolina and joined Exxon as an engineer at the company's Baton Rouge, La., refinery. Early in his career he held positions in Exxon Chemical's manufacturing operations and later he held positions of increasing responsibility with Exxon's chemical business.

In 1988, Mr. Sanders became executive assistant to the chairman and president of Exxon Corp., and in 1990 was appointed senior vice president of Exxon Co. U.S.A. In 1992, he became worldwide president of the Basic Chemicals Group of Exxon Chemical Co., and in 1994 he became vice president of human resources of Exxon Corp..

He was named executive vice president of Exxon Chemical in 1998 and president in January 1999. He was named president of ExxonMobil Chemical Co., in December of 1999 when the two companies merged.

Sanders is past chairman of the board of the American Chemistry Council and past chairman of the Society of Chemical Industry, American Section. He is also on the board of directors of Milliken & Company, Arch Chemicals and Celanese Chemicals.

Nalco (www.nalco.com) is the leading provider of integrated water treatment and process improvement services, chemicals and equipment programs for industrial and institutional applications. The company currently serves more than 60,000 customer locations representing a broad range of end markets. It has established a global presence with over 10,000 employees operating in 130 countries, supported by a comprehensive network of manufacturing facilities, sales offices and research centers. In 2003, Nalco achieved sales of $2.8 billion.

CDC, DCWASA veteran joins HydroFlo as PR specialist
RALEIGH, NC, Jan. 10, 2005 (MARKET WIRE) -- HydroFlo, Inc. announced that Rebecca Morgan has joined the company's team of professionals as the public relations specialist.

In her position, she'll be responsible for developing marketing materials for corporate and subsidiary companies. She will expand investor relations programs as well as design company materials for print and distribution.

"We are excited to have Ms. Morgan join our team," said Dennis L. Mast, CEO of HydroFlo. "Her knowledge of multiple facets of HydroFlo's operations convinces me that she will be a true asset to the organization. With her experience our shareholders and clients will be assured of efficient and effective dissemination of information."

Morgan began her career in public relations at the wastewater treatment division of the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority. During that time she obtained extensive familiarity with the engineering processes of water and wastewater treatment.

In her latest position as a health communication specialist at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's national bioterrorism hotline, Morgan was responsible for providing information to the public on potential bioterrorism hazards. These positions have equipped her with extensive knowledge of potential terrorist threats and the latest water treatment technology.

"HydroFlo's Safety Scan Technology is not only ground-breaking but ingenious," stated Morgan. "I firmly believe that HydroFlo will revolutionize the process for advanced detection of water contaminants to protect the citizens of this country. I am excited that my skills and expertise fit so perfectly with HydroFlo's goals and mission."

HydroFlo, Inc. (http://www.hydroflo.us) is a Business Development Company, as defined by the Investment Act of 1940. Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, HydroFlo's core focus is to seek out synergistic acquisitions that will provide capital appreciation and income from its portfolio companies. Its portfolio investment companies include; HydroFlo Water Treatment, Inc. (www.hydroflo-inc.com), Metals & Arsenic Removal Technology Inc. (www.martiinc.com), and the newly acquired subsidiary Safety Scan Technology Inc.

ALSO...
In other people news, see:
-- ADS appoints new general manager for Accusonic
-- Earth Tech promotes Hickman to senior vice president
-- R.W. Beck adds two to staff new Mid-Atlantic office
-- Tasker Products hires beverage industry veteran Bob Jenkins as CFO
-- Culligan names former Kinko's executive Mark Seals as CEO

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