Waste Water Treatment Process Specialist
Robert "Bob" Goodrich has over 32 years’ experience in evaluating and applying environmental control technology to operating plants and capital projects with Exxon Mobil’s engineering company. He now continues to specialize in evaluating industrial water pollution control processes as part of independent or cold eyes assessments and project cost reduction reviews.
He was a member and chaired groups in the American Petroleum Institute that sponsored and oversaw technical studies to improve large and small treatment facilities at petroleum plants. These groups also developed cost-effective industry practices and commented on government regulations.
Mr. Goodrich is a licensed professional engineer in N.J. and has 2 patents; one in oil/water separation and another in hazardous waste management. He is a Diplomate in the American Academy of Environmental Engineers (DEE) which board certifies engineers and lists members in Who’s Who in Environmental Engineering.
Mr. Goodrich received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology and a M.S. in Environmental Engineering from the University of Illinois, Urbana. He continues to be a member of the professional organizations including AICHE, ACS and the Water Environment Association.