Rob Keeling Joins EOSi as Director, Supply Chain Management
Biodiesel industry veteran to lead expansion of EOSi’s growing infrastructure
BOURNE, MA, April 18, 2012 — Rob Keeling has joined EOSi as Director of Supply Chain Management. Rob brings to EOSi over 10 years of experience in supply chain management, purchasing and operations. Rob was previously with Renewable Energy Group, Inc. (REGI), the largest biodiesel producer in the United States, where his responsibilities included marketing glycerin and other biodiesel co-products. He was also responsible for purchasing methanol and other chemical inputs in addition to feedstock market development and purchasing for REG’s network of six biodiesel production facilities.
“Rob’s knowledge of the supply chain for the raw materials that we utilize in our MicroC™ products will enable us to continue to deliver the highest quality products with the lowest possible cost structure,” said Eric Stoermer, President & CEO. “Our supply chain capabilities along with our value-added technical services combine to form an extremely compelling value proposition for customers.”
In addition to managing raw materials procurement, manufacturing, packaging and inbound/outbound logistics for EOSi’s network of 10 nationwide production facilities, Rob’s responsibilities will include identifying new materials for potential use within future EOSi products. Rob holds a B.A. in Business Management from Simpson College.
ABOUT EOSi (WWW.EOSENVIRONMENTAL.COM)
Environmental Operating Solutions, Inc. (EOSi) provides green chemicals and technical services for biological contaminant removal applications in water and wastewater treatment systems. The company's agriculturally-derived products provide a non-hazardous and environmentally sustainable alternative to methanol or other chemicals. The company's MicroC™ line of products (MicroC 1000™ - MicroC 4000™) address contaminants including nitrogen, phosphorous, selenium and perchlorate. MicroC™ products are also used as BOD supplements to sustain biomass during maintenance at industrial wastewater facilities and establish biomass for new plant startups. EOSi currently provides more than 400 wastewater treatment plants with a safer, more effective, and environmentally sustainable solution compared with methanol and other carbon sources. In addition, EOSi offers highly specialized technical expertise and support to help plant engineers and operators optimize the use of its products and achieve their effluent performance objectives. EOSi is also engaged in research and development efforts focused on bringing the next generation of biological contaminant removal solutions to the market. EOSi was established in 2003 and is based in Bourne, Massachusetts