Ellen Moyer is an environmental engineer with 30 years of professional experience. She holds a B.A. in anthropology, an M.S. in environmental engineering, and a Ph.D. in civil engineering. She is a registered professional engineer and a U.S. Green Building Council LEED Accredited Professional.

Moyer’s work for federal agencies and Fortune 500 companies involves investigating and designing remediation strategies for some of the most highly contaminated sites in the United States. A particular area of focus is the use of naturally-occurring microorganisms to destroy or detoxify hazardous chemicals.

Moyer is a sought-after expert in matters concerning the controversial gasoline additive MTBE, consulting for clients on all sides of this issue. Known for her superior knowledge of the subject and her strong writing and speaking skills, Moyer was the lead editor of the MTBE Remediation Handbook. She has authored more than 25 technical papers and co-presented more than 100 seminars on the topic of MTBE remediation in North America and abroad.

She also practices in other areas of environmental engineering including engineering economics, pollution prevention, sustainability, and environmental impact analysis. Other experience includes emergency response planning, wetland protection, storm water management, and water and wastewater treatment. Services Moyer provides include technical consulting, program and project management, quality management, business development, environmental research, and educational outreach through writing and speaking. After working for several consulting firms, she established her own consulting practice, Greenvironment, LLC, in 2004.

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