Title: Environmental Engineer
Location: Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States
Steven Greenwood, Environmental Engineer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in civil and environmental engineering.
When Mr. Greenwood graduated from high school in 1970, he started without an idea of what to do. He really liked ceramics and photography, but knew he couldn’t make a living by making pots and taking pictures. Since he was good in science and math, he thought he would go into water and wastewater treatment and environmental engineering. He earned a BCE from the University of Minnesota in 1975 and an MSCE in 1982. He continued his education at the institution to earn a BME in 1998. He is a certified professional civil engineer with the Minnesota Board of Architecture, Engineering. He is also a Land Surveying Environmental Health Specialist at the Minnesota Department of Health.
Mr. Greenwood’s achievements in the field include the development of a mathematical model for de-watering sewage bio-solids using a variable volume plate and frame press, and research in optimizing sewage activated sludge BNR process using a hydraulically controlled SRT after an evaluation of methods to calculate “Solids Retention Time.” Mr. Greenwood has also conducted research in multiple hearth incinerator and wet scrubber operations as well as the design of a new method to accurately determine slag formation temperature of incinerator ash and methods to control incinerator excursion temperatures.
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