Peter G. Moleux

P.E. Chemical Engineering

Peter is a registered professional chemical engineer specializing in the investigation of chemical usage, chemical emissions, environmental and OSHA regulations and process equipment for over 45 years. His engineering career began as a sanitary engineer working for the State Division of Water Pollution Control inspecting facilities to determine the use of and identifying sources of chemical and other wastes that could enter the environment, inspecting operating environmental control systems, reviewing engineering plans and equipment specifications supplied by consultants to the state for approval within Massachusetts. Leaving as the Vice President of a public firm, after leaving state employment, that supplied environmental controls (air, water and wastewater treatment), he was the responsible manager for equipment being specified, purchased, assembled, then sold, plus the protocols recommended for proper operation by clients on a world-wide basis.

As a chemical engineer working for himself, he continued to expand by taking on projects involving assessment of quality control in laboratories, application of best management practices of equipment and chemical storage, applications for and use of air emission controls, identifying waste minimization and recycling opportunities, identifying poorly installed floor coatings, prioritizing options for increasing the efficiency of process modifications, and proper room air and ventilation of equipment to avoid hazardous and toxic fume exposure to employees. He has conducted environmental and process related projects in the automotive, aircraft, electronics, metal finishing, agribusiness, mining, chemical laboratory, inorganic, organic and petrochemical industries and provided training with manuals when appropriate.

Peter has served as an expert witness providing “expert assessment” followed by providing expert reports, provided depositions and testifying in both federal and state courts. He has international experience, in addition to Canada and Mexico, in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. He is registered as an expert with the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). He has a Bachelor’s of Science in Chemical Engineering and a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts.