Both have served as the Chairperson for the American Water Works Association Activated Carbon Standards Committee, and have worked with domestic and international utilities to engineer innovative environmental solutions. Their extensive educational and professional backgrounds enable them to offer strong, science-based information to assist clients in challenging cases.
Dr. Regina Rodriguez earned her PhD from the University of Florida, where she was recognized as an outstanding graduate student for her work in the environmental sciences, received the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Student Fellowship, and published several papers on engineering sorbents for pollutant capture. Her consulting activities have resulted in more than $2 million in sales, as well as one-of-a-kind sorbents and systems for power stations.
Dr. David Mazyck holds a full Professorship of Environmental Engineering Sciences at the University of Florida, and earned his Ph.D. from Penn State University in Environmental Engineering. His myriad of offices include appointment by the World Coal Association to the United Nations for assistance with a Global Treaty on Mercury, and serving as Chairman of the American Water Works Association Activated Carbon Standards Committee. He is recognized worldwide as an expert in activated carbon technologies.