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Dr. William Anderson

Senior Chemical and Analytical Project Consultant, TestAmerica

Dr. William Anderson has 20 years of experience in the environmental testing industry.

Dr. Anderson's particular expertise is in analytical methodology and supporting quality assurance programs related to trial burn programs. He has extensive project experience regarding the analytical program design of incinerator and ambient air permitting activities. As an analytical chemist, he directly participates in the design and implementation of new analytical methods developments, project specific testing, and supporting quality assurance protocols. Much of the work produced by Dr. Anderson and his staff is used to generate legally defensible performance demonstration test reports that are to be judged by various regulatory agencies, including the EPA and state authorities.

Dr. Anderson earned his Ph.D. degree in Analytical Chemistry at the University of Tennessee.

Publications

Dr. Anderson has published an extensive array of scientific journals and has presented at technical symposia, which include:

  • J.C. Lodmell, W.C. Anderson, M.F. Hurley, and J.Q. Chambers, "High Performance Liquid Chromatography of Electrolysis Solutions: A Study of the Reduction of Carbon Disulfide in N, N- Dimethylformamide", Analytica Chemica Acta, 1981, 129, 49.
  • Hu-lin Li, W.C. Anderson, J.Q. Chambers, and D.T. Hobbs, " Electrocatalytic Reduction of Nitrate in Sodium Hydroxide Solution in the Presence of Low-Valance Cobalt Cyclam Species," Inorganic Chemistry, 1989, 28, 863.
  • R.G. Wilbourn, W.C. Anderson and M.L. Foster, "Planning and Implementing Effective Thermal Site Remediation Operations", IT Corporation Technology Exchange Symposium, June 1992.
  • M.L. Keever, R.L. McBride, and W.C. Anderson, "Demonstrated Stability of Hexavalent Chromium (Cr+6) in Spiked Stack Gas Samples Analyzed by EPA Method 218.6", IT Corporation Technology Exchange Symposium, June 1993.

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