Eric William Henry, American chemical engineer, environmental consultant. Achievements include development of air sparge/soil vapor extraction technology applications. Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers, National Society of Professional Engineers, National Ground Water Association.
Henry, Eric William was born on September 8, 1963 in Greensburg, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of William George and Eleanor Ann (Dolinsky) Henry.
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, 1985.
Chemical professor, Waste Conversion, Inc., Hatfield, Pennsylvania, 1986;
chemical engineer, PreFinish Metals, Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania, 1986;
consultant chemical engineer, Groundwater Technology, Inc., Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, 1986-1993;
consultant chemical engineer, Austin James Associations, Inc., Pocono Pines, Pennsylvania, since 1993.
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Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers, National Society of Professional Engineers, National Ground Water Association.