Paul Matz Joins AdEdge Technologies as Senior Project Engineer

December 13, 2010

Matz has more than 25 years of experience, including work as a government subcontractor

Matz has more than 25 years of experience, including work as a government subcontractor

AdEdge Technologies announced that Paul Matz joined AdEdge Technologies as senior project engineer. Matz will be responsible for project management and engineering on large treatment system projects.

Matz brings more than 25 years of experience in project engineering, project management, system design and development and testing. In addition, his field experience includes pilot testing, construction oversight, construction quality assurance and operation and maintenance of facilities, processes and process equipment. Fifteen years of Matz’ experience was working for the government as a subcontractor to the military and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on design/construct/operate projects.

“We are extremely pleased to have Mr. Matz join the AdEdge team,” said Greg Gilles, vice president and principal, AdEdge Technologies. “His addition continues the exceptional growth AdEdge has achieved over the past few years. His extensive project management and engineering experience will further the AdEdge commitment to providing high quality treatment solutions supported by high quality professional individuals.”

Matz’ design/construct/operate background includes groundwater treatment systems and facilities, chemical weapon destruction systems and facilities, mobile thermal treatment systems, landfill gas management systems, landfill gas-to-energy systems, soil vapor extraction systems, bioremediation systems and waste stabilization systems. He earned a Bachelor of Science from Purdue University in mechanical engineering technology in 1982.

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AdEdge Technologies Inc.

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