Confronted with toxic wastes hazardous to both the environment and its dwellers, Waste Treatment Engineers or Waste Management Engineers design and implement processes and equipment to mitigate or overcome the health risks posed by waste products of chemical, mechanical and biological processes, both natural and synthetic A waste treatment engineer’s resume can benefit from a portfolio of projects that deploy eco-friendly waste treatment systems.
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Engr. Denis A. Tucker
Southgate St., Mildenhall, UK
To work as an Waste Treatment Engineer in a manufacturing company
2003 – Present: Jr. Waste Treatment Engineer, Witton Chemical Company, Ltd. Mildenhall
- Coordinate with the lead chemical engineers in developing and implementing eco-friendly waste treatment facilities in compliance with heath and safety regulations
- Investigate and troubleshoot existing waste treatment facilities to ascertain their safety levels, efficiency, safety and compliance to government regulations.
- Develop and implement chemical processing safety procedures for workers of each industrial product line.
- Attend local and international conferences on waste management.
- Excellent knowledge in sanitation specializing as a treatment and disposal of non-biodegradable and toxic wastes
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
- Excellent leadership and interpersonal skills for managing a team of engineers
- Waste treatment project portfolio available on request
- Received commendations from the rotary club of Suffolk in 2009 for a good job in the county’s waste management system
2003: passed the Engineering Council’s professional regulatory qualification as a Chartered Engineer
1998 – 2003: BS Chemical Engineering, University of East Anglia, Norfolk
To be furnished upon request