Jim Myers is a staff environmental engineer with 30+ years of experience in the petroleum industry. He is a biologist with a couple of degrees in engineering. His technical specialty is the biological treatment of liquids and solids from worldwide upstream and downstream petroleum operations. Some of his projects include treatment of produced water, refinery wastewater, ground water and marketing terminal storm water, constructed treatment wetlands, water reuse, landfarming and composting of sludge, spill response (domestic and international), natural resource damage assessment, permit negotiations, wildlife habitat enhancement (duck nesting, purple martin houses, wildflower planting), and environmental workshops on wastewater treatment, constructed treatment wetlands, landfarming and solid waste management. He has used prescribed burns to control plant succession for wildlife habitat enhancement and to clean up oil spills. He has served on technical committees for API, PERF, OSRADP and TGLO. He has two patents in landfarming and a volunteer award from USFWS for a waterfowl database. Jim’s wetlands have garnered awards from IOGCC and the Wildlife Habitat Council.