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P2 Internship Program - 1994 Interns

 

1994 Pollution Prevention Interns from UNH Chemical Engineering Dept. From left to right.

Front Row: Vincent Perelli (DES Project Manager), Denise Saltojanes (GE Meter, Somersworth),

Claire Golden (DES, NHPPP, Concord), Sarah Conant (Markem, Keene), Anna Waller (Hadco, Derry),

Ihab Farag (P2 Internship Program Director).

Back Row: Christopher Walter (Polyclad Laminates, Franklin), Jason Garland (GE Meter, Somersworth),

Keith Eichmann (Hadco, Salem), Michael Milani (Ferrofluidics, Nashua), and William Getchell (Davidson

Interiors, Farmington). Absent interns are: Jennifer Olivier (Janco PC, Somersworth), and Jeffrey Perry

(PSNH, Manchester).

(UNH photo by Tad Ackman)

 

 

The following is an article that appeared in the NH Wastelines, Vol 2, Issue 4, Fall 1994.

 

From Left to Right:
Jason Garland; Denise Saltojanes; and Coleen Fuerst, General Electric Meter Division, Somersworth, NH.

 

Anna Waller presenting her P2 project at the TRI workshop, Boston, Dec. 1994


1994 Interns:

 

Claire Golden, DES:

NH Case Study Project

 

Michael Milani, Ferrofluidics:

VOC Pollution Prevention with Ferrofluid Seals

 

Sara Conant, Markem:

Recyle of Nitric Acid

 

Christopher Walter, Polyclad Laminates:

Reduction of Prepeg Scrap Material

 

Anna Waller, HADCO:

Evaluation of Stripping Process Baths

 

Jason Garland & Denise Saltojanes, General Electric:

Elimination of Chlorinated Solvents

 

Keith Eichmann, HADCO:

Optimization of an Aqueous Cleaner

 

Jennifer Olivier, Janco P/C:

Alternatives to Formaldehyde and Methylene Chloride

 

Jeffrey Perry, PSNH:

Pollution Prevention and Waste Minimization of PSNH

 

William Getchell, Davidson Interior:

Recyling Program and Waste-Stream Analysis

 

 

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