Mr. Botch is presently a teacher of Mathematics and the Physical Sciences in NJ. His work in the environmental field has included research and policy determinations for the Portable Rechargeable Battery Association regarding toxic management of rechargeable battery disposal in landfills and the environmental loading of mercury and other heavy metals when incinerated. He has worked on air permitting and the NJ Pollution and Prevention Hazardous Waste Minimization Act as well as implementing the concept of Sustainable Local Economies. Outside of the environmental field Mr. Botch spent eight years in military avionics electronics and worked as a consultant to varied pharmaceutical companies on drug study data management.
New Jersey Institute of Technology - Master of Environmental Science , Concentration Toxics
University of Pennsylvania - Bachelor of Arts, Biology, Concentration Physiological Psychology
NJ Professional Teacher Licenses in: Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry
Computer Certifications; Client Server Computing - Unix/Oracle/ProC+
Addendum Graduate and Undergraduate Studies in:
Mathematics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science