Session 5: Final Panel

Thursday, May 2, 2013, 11:30am-12:30pm CDT

Session Chair: Tracy Young, DOW

Industrial water reuse and conservation projects: a productive, efficient, and economic proposition or a pipe dream?

Confirmed Speakers

  • Travis Capps, Valero
  • James Mihelcic, University of South Florida
  • Tim Eggert, GE Power & Water

James Mihelcic

James R. Mihelcicis a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and State of Florida 21st Century World Class Scholar at the University of South Florida. He directs the Peace Corps Master’s International Program in Civil & Environmental Engineering.  Dr. Mihelcic is a past president of the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP), a member of the EPA Chartered Science Advisory Board, a Board Certified Environmental Engineering Member and Board Trustee of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists (AAEES).  He is lead author...

Tim Eggert

Mr. Eggert is a Senior Technical Consultant functioning as a Regional Engineer for the GE Water and Process Technologies Western Geography since 1999. In this role, Mr. Eggert provides Technical recommendations for Boiler, Cooling and Wastewater treatment to the Water and Process Technologies sales force and customers in the west. He specializes in Water Treatment applications in the Power and Refining Industries.

Mr. Eggert has been involved with the use of Reclaimed water in Southern California since the early 1990’s. At that time, he helped developed the treatment program through...

Travis Capps

Travis Capps is Vice President of Energy and Gases, Valero Energy Corporation. He received his Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree from Auburn University in Auburn, Alabama in 1994 and his Masters of Business Administration from The University of Texas in San Antonio, Texas in 2003.