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Jim Hunter
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

Education: B. AgEc, University of New England; MBA, Queensland University of Technology; GAICD
Favourite Destination: Double Island Point, QLD

Jim is a highly experienced CEO, with 29+ years of commercial experience throughout the water/wastewater, ecology, and agricultural industries.

Jim’s uncanny ability to commercialise emerging technologies has allowed him to develop commercialisation strategies for several university and CSIRO led technologies. His most recent focus has led him to introducing a new wave of game-changing and ecologically based wastewater treatment and PFAS extraction technologies into Australia.

He is driven by his desire to bring about a new wave of thinking into many of Australia’s environment and utility-based industries. Determined to leave a positive and lasting impact, his job is not done until we are moving in the right direction toward a more sustainable and liveable future.

When Jim isn’t working, you can usually find him surfing at one of the many pristine beaches in SEQ or riding mountain bike trails at Mt Coot-Tha.

Jim Hunter
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
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Amanda Bochow
CFO & FINANCIAL CONTROLLER

Education: B.Com & B.Econ (Business Finance & Accounting), University of Queensland; Chartered Accountant (CA), CA ANZ
Favourite destination: Italy (Tuscany, Cinque Terre, Amalfi Coast)

Amanda is the Chief Financial Officer at the Water and Carbon group, responsible for managing and controlling the company’s finances. She also holds a board member position for Our Rainbow House, a NFP based in Central Queensland.

After starting her career in Big 4 accounting, she gained over 20 years of experience working with several high-profile international companies such as, BHP Billiton, Petronieos (London) and Morgan Stanley (London).

Amanda joined the WCG team in 2020, with a desire to work in a leading role for a company who shares her interest in sustainability and innovation. The passion Amanda brings to her work stems from her love of learning new things and the ability to create opportunities for positive changes in the industry.

Outside of work she enjoys cycling, travelling, cooking, and spending time with her family.

Amanda Bochow
CFO & FINANCIAL CONTROLLER
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Mark Mullett
PFAS AND MINING DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

Education: B.Sc (Hon) (Mineral Science), Murdoch University; M.Sc (Applied Chemistry), RMIT University

Favourite destination: Blackwood River, Augusta, W.A. 

Mark is the PFAS and Mining Development Manager at WCG, responsible for the development of PFAS and mining solutions.

Throughout Mark’s 25+ year career, he has worked across several projects resolving hydrometallurgical and wastewater problems within the industrial and mining sector, has been involved in over 30 journal and conference publications and is a co-inventor of a related patent.  

To add to his vast experience, Mark has completed a Masters in Industrial Chemistry and an Honours Degree in Mineral Science, demonstrating his extensive industry knowledge. 

When Mark is not working or hanging out with family, he will be at the gym, or bowling, fishing, kayaking, camping or gardening.

Mark Mullett
PFAS AND MINING DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
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David Leinster
WASTEWATER & SOLUTIONS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

Education: B.Eng (Chemical), University of Queensland; GradDip (Science), University of New England
Favourite destination: Basque Country, Spain

David is the Manager of Wastewater at WCG, responsible for the development of bespoke wastewater treatment solutions that lead the industry in performance and sustainability.

Over his 18+ year career, Dave has worked in the design and construction of wastewater treatment, bioenergy, biosolids management and resource recovery projects. Completing projects spanning from Australia to the South Pacific, Europe and South East Asia.

Growing up in an industrial-focused area, the importance of environmentally conscious decisions was immediately apparent to David. Together with the creativity required, the ability to develop sustainable wastewater infrastructure that create positive impacts is what drives him in his work.

When David is not at work, you’ll find him on the basketball court or camping with his family along the beaches of Stradbroke Island.

David Leinster
WASTEWATER & SOLUTIONS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
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Jean-Marc Laurillard
PROJECT MANAGER

Education: B.Eng (Mechanical Hons 2.1); RPEQ / NPER / CPEng Mechanical Engineering; Diploma of Project Management: Cert IV in Leadership and Management; Cert IV in Frontline Management.
Favourite destination: Home

Jean-Marc Laurillard is a Project Manager at WCG, responsible for the delivery of innovative water and wastewater solutions that promote long term, sustainable outcome for our clients. 

Jean-Marc has over 17 years’ experience in mechanical engineering, design management and project management in the water and wastewater industry. Having led significant water treatment projects across the country, Jean-Marc thrives in a team environment, working collaboratively to develop efficient systems and cost-effective solutions.

Jean-Marc Laurillard
PROJECT MANAGER
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Callum Howell
CARBON AND NATURAL CAPITAL MANAGER

Education: B.AgrEc (Rural Development); GradDip (Project Management); GradCert in Rural Systems Management.

Favourite destination: Moreton Island, Queensland, Australia

Callum joins the Water & Carbon Group team as Carbon and Natural Capital Manager, responsible for developing and managing programs that tackle the issues of biodiversity loss and climate change.

Callum has more than 24 years’ experience in leading and managing complex projects and operations across Australia and Europe. He brings high-level expertise in commercial contracting, financial and project management from working in the property acquisition, land management, agriculture, eco-tourism, business growth, strategic planning, and environmental markets.

Callum joined the Water & Carbon team in September 2022 to use his multidisciplinary experience and skills to tackle biodiversity issues and help contribute to Australia’s emissions reduction targets.

In his spare time, you will find Callum with his friends and family, playing cricket or golf, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, cooking, gardening, hitting the gym, or camping. 

Callum Howell
CARBON AND NATURAL CAPITAL MANAGER
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Jai Sudholz
PRE-CONTRACTS MANAGER

Education: B.Eng (Civil and Environmental Hons1), B.Sc, Dip.Eng.Prac, University of Technology; M.B.A., Griffith University (In progress)

Favourite destinations: Tasmania and Japan

Jai is the Pre-Contracts Manager at WCG, responsible for client relations, estimating, tending, proposal drafting, commercial negotiations, and ensuring projects are set up for successful delivery.

He brings more than 20 years’ experience in the construction, development and utility sectors to the team. His breadth of knowledge supports his determination to broadly identify and analyse risks and opportunities, ensuring these are articulated, and most importantly apportioned and managed efficiently and cost effectively.

In his spare time, Jai loves all manner of outdoor activities, like riding, bushwalking, or going for a swim at the beach with his three kids. Otherwise, you’ll find him working on multiple projects around the house or garden.  

Jai Sudholz
PRE-CONTRACTS MANAGER
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Kylee Carpenter
MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

Education: B. Tech (Environmental Technology); GradDip (Social Media and Public Engagement); Cert in Digital Marketing

Favourite destination: Denmark in Western Australia

Kylee is the Marketing & Communications Manager at the Water & Carbon Group, joining the team in October 2022. She is responsible for shining a spotlight on the incredible work of WCG.

Kylee holds a Bachelor of Environmental Technology and has completed graduate studies in digital marketing and communications. Her expertise in marketing and content strategy has been forged over a decade working across government, healthcare, research and consulting. She has experience in government, communicating about water management, solar programs and resource recovery, and as a science communicator for cooperative research centres. Her diverse background includes work as an environmental sustainability adviser and a campaigner in environmental NGOs (non-governmental organisations).

In her spare time, Kylee teaches tap dancing, wrangles a small child, dabbles in climate change activism, and likes to read every book on the planet.

Kylee Carpenter
MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER
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Dan Cole
ENVIRONMENT & ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION MANAGER

Education: BHortSc (Horticultural Science), Western Sydney University; CERP (Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioner).
Favourite Destination: Samoa

Dan is the Manager of Environment & Ecological Restoration at the WCG, responsible for producing robust solutions for a variety of Australia’s emerging ecological challenges. He is also the president of the Slacks Creek Catchment Restoration Group (SCCRG), a community focused NFP based in Logan, QLD.

In recent years, Dan’s impressive knowledge of ecological restoration, horticulture, reforestation and diversified landscapes has seen him achieve several awards for his work both in Australia and abroad. He is currently one of the few Certified Ecological Restoration Practitioners (CERP) in Australia.

Dan’s passion for his work stems from a perpetual desire to make meaningful impacts on the environment and communities at large. For him, it is most rewarding when ecological restoration projects generate strong social and cultural co-benefits.

In Dan’s free time, he enjoys surfing in the Gold Coast and exploring the national parks and rainforests around SEQ and Northern NSW.

Dan Cole
ENVIRONMENT & ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION MANAGER
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Robert McKenzie
SENIOR DESIGNER

Education: B.ASc (Hon), Southern Cross University; MEng, Griffith University
Favourite destination: Spain

Robert is a Senior Designer at WCG responsible for leading the design of wetland, effluent irrigation and water reuse projects.

Robert has amassed over 20+ years of experience working in the field of ecological engineering, specialising in wetland design. Throughout his career he has led multiple wetland design teams, most notably for Unity Water’s award-winning biodiverse forest and treatment wetland project in Maleny (designed by WCG). Earlier in his career, he also spent time researching and lecturing on ecological engineering and passive treatment systems at Griffith University and abroad.

Since Roberts introduction to ecological engineering, he has been a passionate advocate for the utility and benefits that natural process provide to water treatment. In his work, he is driven to create solutions with strong, long term benefits that leave a legacy for future generations to enjoy.

Robert spends most of his spare time on his 40ft sailing boat, cruising along the east coast of Australia.

Robert McKenzie
SENIOR DESIGNER
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Sean Karimi
PROCESS ENGINEER

Education: B.Eng (Chemical) at University of Queensland 

With an educational background in Chemical Engineering and strong working experience in water and wastewater projects, we are very excited to have his expertise on the team. Sean’s seven years in the industry has seen him preparing concept designs and providing crucial feedback, managing teams of people and projects, and working closely with contractors, directors and clients, ensuring maximum professional satisfaction in water treatment and engineering. He also has experience in the mining industry, having completed the Design and Operation of Membrane system in the Municipal, Mining, and Industrial Application course.  

He looks forward to working towards a more sustainable future by collaborating with customers and colleagues to find holistic environmental solutions in a cost-effective way to ensure WCG delivers lasting and positive outcomes for the ecology. 

When Sean is away from work, he enjoys camping, four-wheel driving or watching Arsenal in the EPL.  

Sean Karimi
PROCESS ENGINEER
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Linc Symons
TREATMENT PLANT OPERATION MANAGER

Education: Cert IV in Environmental Management, Cert IV in Training & Assessment, Cert IV Workplace Health and Safety, Cert III in Water Treatment Applications.

Favourite destination: Wherever my wife/kids are, do love Cairns as well.

Linc Symons is the Treatment Plant Operation Manager at WCG, responsible for supervising and coordinating wastewater treatment plant activities and overseeing workplace safety policies and procedures.

Over his 12+ year career, Linc has worked in several medium to large water treatment facilities. His extensive experience in operations and project delivery in the environmental services and water treatment field saw him deliver clean and safe drinking water for local communities as well as environmentally safe water for beneficial re-use by effectively leading and managing his water operation’s team.

Linc is an expert safety and environmental management specialist, committed to ‘zero harm’ for both his team and stakeholders.

In his spare time, he loves to support and watch his AFL team, Adelaide Crows and enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife.

Linc Symons
TREATMENT PLANT OPERATION MANAGER
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Joey Frawley
OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

Education: Cert III and IV in Plumbing Services, Cert III in Engineering Air-conditioning Installation

Favourite travel destination: Noosa, QLD

Joey Frawley is the Operations and Maintenance Technician at the Shoal Bay Waste Management Facility leachate treatment plant, responsible for overseeing the commissioning and operation of the plant, conducting all site-based repairs and managing potential safety hazards.

With more than 10 years’ experience in commercial, industrial and domestic plumbing, he has solved many complex plumbing and logistical problems with his excellent ability to read and interpret hydraulic drawings, piping and instrumentation diagrams and housing plans. Joey’s passion for safety and operational time frames makes him an excellent team player as he continues to monitor the operations of the leachate plant in Shoal Bay, NT.

In his spare time, Joey loves to bring his partner and three boys to Queensland to enjoy Noosa’s beautiful beach weather.

Joey Frawley
OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
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Maree Lovell
PROJECT & OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

Education: Diploma of Bookkeeping
Favourite destination: Saint Anton am Arlberg, Austria

Maree is the Project & Office Administrator at WCG, responsible for managing day-to-day tasks in the office and working alongside project managers to assist with administration tasks.

After beginning her career in bookkeeping, Maree has spent over 20 years working as a project administrator and executive assistant for businesses throughout Australia and the UK. In recent years, she has worked for international, privately owned companies Morrow Equipment LLC and Liebherr Australia.

Maree joined WCG with a keen interest in innovation. She is motivated in her work by being the backbone of an organisation, allowing her management team to focus more intently on driving company strategy and achieving key initiatives.

In her downtime, Maree loves to travel and cultivate plants for her garden – especially succulents and citrus fruit trees.

Maree Lovell
PROJECT & OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR
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Paul Patterson
CONSTRUCTION MANAGER

Education: Associate Diploma of Construction Management; Qualified Carpenter & Joiner
Favourite destination: Moffat Beach, QLD

Paul is the Construction Manager at WCG, responsible for managing and coordinating all building activities throughout our project sites.

Paul began his career working on large-scale construction projects, before pivoting to planning and managerial roles later in his career. With 40+ years of experience, Paul has amassed an impressive resume of construction projects ranging from wastewater & green infrastructure to high-rise towers, shopping centres and bridges.

Disappointed by the lack of environmental consideration within the building industry, Paul made a switch to constructing sustainable infrastructure with WCG in 2014. With a passion for the outdoors, Paul enjoys constructing projects that enhance the surrounding environment and benefit the local community.

When Paul isn’t managing construction sites, you can find him downhill mountain bike riding throughout SEQ, dirt bike riding or surfing on the Sunshine Coast.

Paul Patterson
CONSTRUCTION MANAGER
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Simon Toomey
CONSTRUCTION & COMMISSIONING MANAGER

Expertise in Construction, engineering, site & construction management.

Favourite Destination: Darwin (at the moment)

Simon is a highly experienced infrastructure site manager, currently based at one of our project sites in the Northern Territory. He is responsible for the project management and commissioning of new wastewater infrastructure projects at the WCG. 

Simon is an industry veteran, amassing over 35+ years of experience working within construction management, field services and environmental management. Over his long career, he has project managed, commissioned, and supervised hundreds of infrastructure projects throughout both urban and rural Australia. 

With a passion for educating the new generation of engineers and construction managers, he is driven in his work to set a strong example and create positive, sustainable outcomes wherever possible.  

Despite his penchant for constructing infrastructure, Simon enjoys building hot-rods in his spare time. 

Simon Toomey
CONSTRUCTION & COMMISSIONING MANAGER
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Gabrielle Shears
FINANCE MANAGER

Education: B.Bus (Accounting and Finance) at Queensland University of Technology, Certified Practising Accountant, CPA Australia

Favourite destination: San Francisco, California

Gabrielle, Finance Manager at the Water & Carbon Group, is responsible for managing the financial activities of the organisation while providing financial insights that help support the group’s vision.

Since graduating from QUT with a Bachelor of Business, majoring in accounting with a minor in finance, she has gained more than five years’ experience in the industry and is currently undergoing her studies to become a Certified Practising Accountant (CPA).

Gabrielle joined the team in March 2023 and is passionate about collaborating and providing valuable accounting insights which contribute to WCG’s environmental solutions for a more sustainable future.

In her spare time, she loves to take her dogs on adventures and undertake her own home renovation projects.

Gabrielle Shears
FINANCE MANAGER
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Atalana Hague
STUDENT PROCESS ENGINEER

Education: B.Eng (ChemEnv) (Honours) 

Favourite destination: Stanthorpe, southeast Queensland, in winter. 

Atalana joined the Water & Carbon Group in 2022 as a Student Process Engineer, responsible for assisting in the design and implementation of wastewater treatment solutions. As a graduate her role is varied, allowing her to apply knowledge from her studies and bring a fresh perspective and innovative ideas to the team. 

Through her work experience and tertiary studies, Atalana has been well prepared for her role, having built solid skills in meeting multiple deadlines, contributing to group projects and discussions, and taking the lead. 

She is passionate about the environment and her long-term goal is to make a difference through designing and developing innovative solutions for a more sustainable future. 

Outside work, Atalana enjoys soaking up some sun at the beach with her dog and escaping reality in the pages of a good book.

Atalana Hague
STUDENT PROCESS ENGINEER
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Bruce Duguay
ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION TEAM LEADER

Bruce is an Ecological Restoration Practitioner and Team Leader at WCG, responsible for leading on-site teams in day-to-day operations and completing specialist ecological restoration activities.

Bruce has accrued over 30 years of experience working throughout the reforestation, ecological restoration and land rehabilitation industries. Having begun his career in Canada, Bruce has worked in a wide variety of different landscapes spanning across South America and the east coast of Australia.

Completing ecological restoration work is rewarding for Bruce, as it allows him to work outdoors and have positive, long-lasting impacts. He is driven by the ability to restore degraded landscapes, increase biodiversity and create spaces that are cherished by landowners and the community.

Outside of work, Bruce enjoys bushwalking around SEQ, swimming in freshwater lakes & creeks and strategy games.

Bruce Duguay
ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION TEAM LEADER
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Mathew Linahan
ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION

Favourite destination: India  

Mathew Linahan is an Ecological Restoration Practitioner at WCG, responsible for carrying out specialist ecological restoration projects which focus on restoring land and wildlife habitats.

With more than 11 years of industry experience, he brings a range of skills and know-how from his time in the forestry, firefighting and environmental restoration sectors. Starting his career in Victoria, Mat has worked with a range of businesses in South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland.

Since joining the WCG team in 2021, Mat has enjoyed the opportunities and challenges presented in his position as an Ecological Restoration Practitioner. His role has allowed him to blend some of the best environmental restoration plans to achieve incredible results for clients.

Outside of the office, Mat goes from being an ecological restoration expert to a cricket bat maker. His growing side hustle sees him regularly handcrafting custom-made cricket bats in his spare time. In addition, Mat continues to show his craftiness with his impressive cooking skills.

Mathew Linahan
ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION
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Todd Batterham
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

Education: B.Bus, Griffith University; M.B.A., Queensland University of Technology (In progress); Cert IV in Business Sales, Leadership Management Australia (LMA)

Favourite destination: Evans Head, NSW

Todd is our Business Development Manager, responsible for building business relationships and integrating our sustainable engineering solutions such as the LEEF System® and other company product offerings throughout the Australian market.

A seasoned senior manager in commercial and industrial contract sales, Todd brings more than 20 years’ experience in the waste, recycling and logistics sectors. With extensive experience in business development logistics, project management, operations and tender management, his career demonstrates a long-term commitment to providing quality environmental and sustainable solutions to his clients.

During his spare time, Todd is a family man who loves the outdoors and finding incredible camping spots. His ultimate dream is to travel around Australia.

Todd Batterham
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
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Garrett Ashby
BID MANAGER

Education: Dip.Proj.Mgt; Level 4 Electrical Engineering, Waikato Institute of Technology; M.B.A., University of Queensland (In progress)

Favourite destination: Japan and Alaska

Garrett is the Bid Manager at WCG, responsible for developing clear and compelling bids for existing and emerging markets.

With more than nine years specialising in the water industry and another 10 years in various electrical sectors, he brings great versatility and leadership to the team. His extensive background is a valuable addition as his proven skills in problem solving, client relations and project delivery will help continue our rapid business growth.

Outside of the office, Garrett is a bit of a scientist in the kitchen, experimenting with different recipes and food combinations. When he isn’t in the kitchen, you’ll find him exploring the great outdoors.

Garrett Ashby
BID MANAGER
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Chris Taylor
DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL SALES

Education: B.Sc (Biological Systems Engineering), Michigan State University; M.B.A., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (In progress)

Favourite destination: I have a few – Puerto Rico, Ecuador, and the west coast of the United States

Chris is the Director of Technical Sales and forms part of the Water & Carbon Group (WCG) team in the United States. He is responsible for driving continuous product advancement and technical expertise and support for our clients.

With nearly a decade of experience in biotechnology, wastewater treatment and product management at some of the largest corporations in the wastewater industry, he is passionate about revolutionising wastewater management, engineering and overall public health.

His proven track record in technical sales and product management, fuels his drive to create sustainable solutions and meaningful impact on the world.

With several favourite destinations, it’s evident he enjoys travelling and hiking with his wife during his spare time.

Chris Taylor
DIRECTOR OF TECHNICAL SALES
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Scott Jardine
CARBON AND NATURAL CAPITAL TECHNICAL LEAD

Education: BAg, University of Melbourne
Favourite destination: West coast Tasmania

Scott Jardine joins the Water & Carbon team as the Carbon and Natural Capital Technical Lead, responsible for geospatial and technical design of emissions reduction and carbon farming projects.

He brings more than 12 years’ experience to the team as an agronomist, with an extensive background in economic development, geospatial design, and agricultural waste management. Throughout his career, he has driven change in sustainable waste management, nutrient use efficiency and provided agricultural consulting services to improve the accessibility of agronomic and environmental information and data management.

Scott joined our team in February 2023 to pursue his passion for developing sustainable solutions which support emissions reduction and carbon sequestration.

Outside of the office he is an adventure seeker, taking on activities such as free-diving and cyclocross riding. When he wants to stay close to home, he’ll do some gardening or practice his taekwondo.

Scott Jardine
CARBON AND NATURAL CAPITAL TECHNICAL LEAD
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Dominic Ferris
ACCOUNTANT

Education: B.Bus (Accounting and Finance), Queensland University of Technology; Certified Practising Accountant, CPA Australia

Favourite destination: Queenstown, New Zealand

Dominic is an Accountant at WCG, responsible for performing operational finance functions and implementing technology to drive growth while ensuring precise financial management and reporting.

Since graduating from QUT with a Bachelor of Business, majoring in accounting with a minor in finance, he has worked in the industry for more than three years and is currently working on becoming a Certified Practising Accountant (CPA).

Dominic joined our team in April 2023 and has since shown a dedication to enhance his professional expertise by staying up to date with industry standards. WCG’s commitment to sustainable business practice drives him each day knowing his contribution is making a positive impact on our future.

Outside of the office, Dominic loves to spend quality time with his family, discover new music and go for a swing at the golf course.

Dominic Ferris
ACCOUNTANT
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Jonathan Quintanar Velasco
PROCESS ENGINEER

Education: B.Eng (Chemical), National Autonomous University of Mexico; M.PM, Queensland University of Technology; M.Eng (Management), Queensland University of Technology

Favourite destination: Baja California peninsula, Mexico

Jonathan Quintanar Velasco joined the Water and Carbon Group (WCG) team in 2023 as a Process Engineer, responsible for developing and designing process systems and equipment as well as assisting with project commissioning and startup.

Jonathan originally started his engineering career in Mexico, completing a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering and working for various water and waste treatment companies. In 2017, he moved to Australia to complete his Masters in Engineering Management and Project Management and has accumulated more than five years of industry experience before joining the WCG team.

Throughout his engineering career, he has designed industrial water and wastewater infrastructure and has worked on several water treatment projects in the industrial, municipal and resource sectors such as mining.

When Jonathan isn’t working, he looks for an opportunity to go for a run or ride while listening to podcasts or discovering new music. If the weather isn’t great, you’ll find him watching a movie. When he is in Mexico, he loves to visit Baja California peninsula because the food is delicious, the desert sunset is incredible, and the Cortez Sea’s water is pristine and perfect for swimming.

Jonathan Quintanar Velasco
PROCESS ENGINEER
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Nick Ganzon
USA COUNTRY MANAGER

Education: M.Sc (Product Development), Rochester Institute of Technology; B.Sc (Mechanical Engineering), Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Favourite destination: The Douro Valley, Portugal – the origin of port wine

Nick Ganzon is our USA Country Manager leading US operations. He is responsible for the strategic management of current projects and client relationships within the solid waste, wastewater and water sectors.

Nick brings more than 32 years’ industry experience in business transformation, driving new product development, and product management. He has a strong track record of driving strategic growth, delivering exceptional results, and enabling businesses to forge a sustainable path within their respective markets.

Having lived in the Finger Lakes region in New York his whole life, water has played a huge role in his upbringing, fueling his passion for the industry.

In his spare time, Nick spends a lot of time on the water. He has sailed his whole life, participating in races, and now he is learning how to kitesurf. When he isn’t in the water, you can find him playing golf.

Nick Ganzon
USA COUNTRY MANAGER
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Jeff Travis
VP OF ENGINEERING

Education: B.Sc (Mechanical Engineering), University of Idaho; MBA, Saint Mary’s College of California

Favourite destination: Flathead Lake, Montana, USA

Jeff Travis is the VP of Engineering and forms part of the Water & Carbon Group (WCG) team in the United States. He is responsible for the design, fabrication, and on-site operation of the LEEF System® used for PFAS removal from landfill leachate and other wastewater applications.

With more than 24 years of industry experience, he brings a strong record of designing, manufacturing, and installing wastewater treatment equipment across the world. As a proven leader, his management, engineering, project management, and sales skills play a vital role in the roll-out of the LEEF System® in the United States.

Jeff’s dedication to removing PFAS from leachate is shown in his eagerness to provide an innovative solution that will make our world a cleaner and safer place, free of landfill contamination.

In his spare time, Jeff likes snowboarding with his boys, golfing, or relaxing at a winery.

Jeff Travis
VP OF ENGINEERING

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