Save the variables using Application or Session if you are passing from an ASP page.
Just before the Response.Redirect (if thats what your using) add:
Then load them on the new page:
And use them.
This sort of system will work fine if you are passing from an AspX page and the params are static.
Otherwise you can create a Session("params") variable with a list of all the params the destination page has to process. You can then split the params list using Split(), put them to an array and use a 'for each' to run through and load each parameter or load them as needed.