Provides specialist advice in areas such as mine water treatment and marketable reserves definition, facilitates industry dispute resolution, and offers practical services such as water and mineral sampling.
ID10710 has over 35 years of process engineering experience, mainly in the fields of water and wastewater treatment, coal quality and preparation, and process efficiency auditing. Within these sectors, he can engage in both aspects of applied science such as sampling, and organisational factors such as contract management. He also makes assessments regarding due diligence.
As the field of process engineering is so diverse, ID10710 has a breadth of expertise which makes him a highly valuable and versatile expert witness. His forensic aptitude is likewise enhanced by his work as an accredited mediator and his studies in the legal field. Further, he has experience in expert determination and is a Professional Member of the Resolution Institute.
While completing his undergraduate studies at the University of Queensland, ID10710 began his practical experience in the mining industry while working at an international mining Research and Development Laboratory in Mackay during his vacation time. After completing his PhD in Chemical Engineering, he branched into water treatment. He still engages with the academic field as a fellow of several institutes, producing abundant research publications.
Professionally, ID10710 has spent the last fifteen years as consultant both for a wastewater treatment plant operator, and as a self-employed director of his own more diverse consulting firm.
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