Monthly Archives: February 2011

February 22, 2011 – I live on the Catawba River in Belmont just downstream of the proposed ReVenture Park. I am an engineering chemist and I work primarily with pharmaceutical and alternative energy firms helping them improve their operational efficiency, sustainability and environmental impact. I am an avid environmentalist and knowledgeable regarding municipal waste to energy.

By |2011-02-22T00:36:06+00:00February 22nd, 2011|News|

As part of my commitment to the environment, I recently spoke on sustainability at the 3rd Annual Symposium on Green Chemistry in Boston; International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering in Boston, Montreal, Raleigh and San Francisco, The International Society of Automation in Philadelphia and Wilmington, and I will be addressing the EPA Energy Star Pharmaceutical Subgroup

February 13, 2011 – Turning trash into electricity is a better bet for the environment and local government budgets than burying it in landfills, said experts who convened at UNC Charlotte last week.

By |2011-02-13T00:36:33+00:00February 13th, 2011|News|

In the world of waste, they say, landfills are considered the crudest form of disposal. They gobble land, burp up greenhouse gases and waste potential energy sources. North Carolina relies so much on landfills, burying 84 percent of its trash, that it ranks with Slovakia on an international index of waste-management sophistication, said Columbia University

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