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Robert Reimers

Position: 
Guest Lecturer

Dr. Reimers is an environmental engineer and applied chemist specializing in natural resource management including residuals management and toxic/hazardous waste management. Areas of research are: biosolids treatment, disinfection, stabilization and reuse, industrial residual product development, innovative process development, usage of applied-fields to enhance existing processes and development chemical blends and other constituents for control of odors and sanitization. In these areas, he has published extensively along with the development of various patents. His research has assessed, developed or enhanced various techniques for over 55 industries, consulting firms and government agencies in the last 25 years. This research has been a result of over 80 grants and contracts yielding over 140 papers, 170 presentations and 120 technical reports. Dr. Reimers is active with various professional organizations specifically Water Environment Federation (WEF), International Water Association, American Water Works Association, The New York Academy of Science, Louisiana Academy of Sciences, and Fellow in American Institute of Chemists. He is past-chairman of WEF Disinfection Committee and co-chairman of Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation, along with chairing many symposiums, specialty conferences and preconference workshops for WEF.

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Degrees: 
  • BA, Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa
  • MA, University of Texas, Austin, Texas
  • PhD, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee
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