Meet the Team

Our team provides innovative and effective mercury capture solutions to a wide variety of industries. We work with diverse clients to determine the best carbon for their application, and ensure successful implementation with our  personalized approach. Beyond this, our extensive experience includes consulting for carbon manufacturers worldwide and assisting with the United Nations Minamata Convention, Global Treaty for Mercury. Both principals of C12 have served as the Chairperson for the American Water Works Association Activated Carbon Standards Committee.

Dr. Regina Rodriguez earned her Ph.D. from the University of Florida, where she was recognized as an outstanding graduate student and received the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Student Fellowship. Beyond this, she received numerous awards including the Madelyn Lockhart Emerging Scholars Award from the Association of Academic Women, the Thomas O. Hunter Leadership Scholarship, the C200 Scholar Award, and is a member of The Committee of 200. Dr. Rodriguez currently sits as the Chairperson of the Activated Carbon Standards Committee for the American Waterworks Association. Her consulting activities have led her to develop one-of-a-kind sorbents and systems for power stations, and have generated over $2 million in sales.

Dr. David Mazyck holds a full Professorship of Environmental Engineering Sciences at the University of Florida. He earned his Ph.D. from Penn State University in Environmental Engineering, and has developed several technologies that have been commercialized through small businesses. Additional offices include previous technology lead for a NASA commercialization center, appointment by the World Coal Association to the United Nations to assist with a Global Treaty on Mercury, and service as Chairman of the American Water Works Association Activated Carbon Standards Committee. He is recognized as a world leader in activated carbon technologies.