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Energy Recovery: Tim Dyer new chief technology officer

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San Leandro, Ca., USA - July 22, 2010, San Leandro, Ca., USA - Energy Recovery, an engineering company, announced that it has appointed Tim Dyer as chief technology officer.

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Mt. Dyer brings more than 18 years of engineering, product development and management experience to his new role. He joined Energy Recovery in 2009 as director of ceramics, helping the company successfully integrate a state-of-the-art ceramics production facility.

Prior to joining Energy Recovery, Mt. Dyer served as the director of technology at Morgan Technical Ceramics where he oversaw the development of high-quality alumina and zirconia products for use in critical process applications.

Before that, Mt. Dyer managed the laser chamber technology team at Cymer Inc where he led multiple metallurgical and ceramic materials technology development projects. He has also held management and engineering positions with SpeedFam-IPEC, Heraeus Materials Technology, Accord Semiconductor Equipment Group and Applied Materials.

Mt. Dyer currently holds 31 patents and has 18 pending, and he has published numerous technical papers that have helped shape best practices within the advanced ceramics and material sciences fields.


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