ECT2 comprises highly qualified, experienced professionals with skills in project evaluation, planning, design, coordination, implementation–and the myriad of steps involved in these processes. We have the unique combination of capabilities and nationally recognized experts to “problem solve” all facets of your project requirements.
Steve Woodard, Ph.D., P.E., brings over 33 years of experience in water and wastewater treatment to the ECT2 team where he works as SVP, Research and Development. Currently focused on commercializing synthetic media technology targeting PFAS, 1,4-dioxane, specialty VOCs, and other emerging contaminants, his responsibilities include leading research and new product development, providing technical leadership on all projects, proposal development, intellectual property, and communication with the engineering and remediation communities. Due to his subject matter expertise and industry development success, Steve has delivered many presentations and participated in expert panel discussions across the globe. Steve holds ten patents for technology developed in the implementation of various systems and methods for treating water, wastewater, groundwater and vapor. He has also authored multiple publications including journal articles and textbook chapters related to his industry knowledge and expertise. Steve holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from Purdue University.
Andy Bishop, P.E., brings over 21 years of industry experience to the ECT2 team where he is a company co-founder and currently leads as SVP, Product Commercialization. Prior to co-founding ECT2, Andy worked in various engineering and management positions for companies such as CWT/Siemens Water Technology, Nestle Waters North America, and Woodard & Curran. Andy is a certified Professional Engineer in the State of Maine and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering from Clarkson University.
Marilyn Sinnett brings over 14 years of experience in consulting and manufacturing environments to the ECT2 team where she serves as Vice President of Design and Product Engineering. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Maine, her technical focus is on the mechanical design of water and vapor treatment systems including synthetic media vessels, steam generation systems, cooling systems, and automated control. Marilyn holds a Professional Engineer license in eight states across the U.S. and is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). In 2018, Sinnett, along with colleagues, authored and was featured in a publication titled Perfluoroalkyl Substances in the Environment: Theory, Practice, and Innovation. Since then, she has presented on similar topics at multiple professional conferences across the globe.
Dale Wynkoop brings over 27 years of industry experience to the ECT2 team where he currently works as the Director of Sales and Applications, leading teams responsible for the sustainable treatment of emerging contaminants in various waters. Prior to joining the ECT2 team, Dale was the Vice President of Veolia Water Technologies Standard Products Group where he was responsible for the business development success of industrial water treatment products, including media filtration, ion exchange and reverse osmosis systems across North America. Dale holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from The Ohio State University.
Global Engineering, Design & Operations Team
John Berry brings over 26 years of industry experience to the ECT2 team where he currently works as Lead Process Engineer. Prior to this, John held various related positions at companies such as Haley & Aldrich and GEI Consultants. He is a certified Professional Engineer in New Hampshire, Maine, and Florida and is a member of the ITRC PFAS and 1,4-dioxane teams. John has authored Perfluoroalkyl Substances in the Environment – Theory, Practice, and Innovation 1st Edition and the article Ion exchange resin for PFAS removal and pilot test comparison to GAC which was published in Remediation Journal in 2017. He also is an inventor with an industry related patent. John holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from WPI.
Michael Sims brings over 10 years of industry experience to the ECT2 team where he currently works as Project Manager. Prior to this, Michael worked in various Engineering roles for companies such as Ramboli, Woodard & Curran, and Hussey Seating Company. Michael is a Certified Professional Engineer in Arkansas, Illinois, Georgia, Missouri, Idaho, California, and Maine. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Systems Engineering, Mechanical Focus from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and M.B.A. from the University of Southern Maine.