Steven R. Woodruff has over nineteen years of process and environmental engineering experience, which includes evaluation, design, and operational troubleshooting related to municipal, industrial and agricultural wastewater treatment applications. His experience includes chemical treatment, biological treatment, land treatment, and nutrient removal systems. He was the Director of Environmental Engineering and Safety for a Fortune 500 Food Processing and Agronomy company with corporate responsibility for all EHS functions, including pollution control systems design, evaluation, and operational troubleshooting. Mr. Woodruff also has more than ten years of consulting engineering experience with projects ranging from wastewater treatment and design and evaluation to chemical and plastics processing plant design, permitting, and construction. Mr. Woodruff is a board member of the Cherokee County Water and Sewer Authority. Mr. Woodruff is a Registered Soil Classifier for the siting and design of Onsite Sewage Management Systems (OSMS/septic systems) in Georgia, and he is also Certified Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan Writer including "Manure and Wastewater Handling and Storage Specialist Certification," "Nutrient Management Specialist Certification," and "Land Treatment Specialist Certification" elements. Mr. Woodruff has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of South Florida, and he is a registered Professional Engineer (P.E.) in various states.