The CAE-M team is passionate about clean air! In a few short years we have taken a concept for cleaning air in ports from design to a tested and proven reality.
Nicholas Tonsich: Attorney (1988 – present); Principal in Clean Air Engineering – Maritime, Inc. LA Harbor Commission President (2001 to 2005); Owner, Ocean Terminal Services, Inc. (maintenance and repair company employs 105 ILWU mechanics for repair of terminal equipment and quayside cranes in Los Angeles/Long Beach (2008 – present)
Kevin D. Moss
Business Development Director Tri-Mer Corporation
Kevin is the Business Development Director for Tri-Mer Corporation. He has degrees in physics and the humanities, and 25 years of experience working within interdisciplinary teams to bring unique technologies to market. The last seven years he has been with Tri-Mer Corporation, an air pollution control company with a 52 year history of accomplishments in advanced air pollution control. Tri-Mer offices and factory are in central Michigan. Kevin is focused on the UltraCat catalytic ceramic filter system, a multi-pollutant control technology for particulate, NOx, acid gases, mercury, and dioxins.
Dr. Wayne Miller
Wayne Miller, Ph.D.: Principal, JWM Consulting Services, Associate Director of CE-CERT, Adjunct Professor Chemical and Environmental Engineering at UCR and 10+years a member of AQMD Clean Fuels Advisory Group.
Rod J. Gravley
Technology Director Tri-Mer Corporation
Rod has twenty five years of experience in the air pollution control industry. He holds a B.S. degree in a combined major of chemistry, physics, and math. His background includes 15 years of hands-on source testing, engineering, field work and lab expertise. Rod spearheaded the technical development of new pollution control systems for one of the large international consulting firms. In 2005 he accepted the position of Technology Director for Tri-Mer Corporation, a progressive company located in Michigan with a 52 year history in pollution control. Rod has direct responsibility for the UltraCat catalytic ceramic filter system, a multi-pollutant control technology for particulate, NOx, acid gases, mercury, and dioxins.