Team

Tay-Ming Liou

Education

Master of Science: Environmental Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, R.O.C., May 1993

Bachelor of Science: Chemistry, National Taiwan University, Taiwan, R.O.C., May 1988

Professional Registration

Certified Professional Engineer for Environmental Engineering, R.O.C., 1994

Trained in OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (40-Hour course) in 1999

Mr. Liou, a Vice-President with Apollo Tech., has over 20 years of experience and a strong academic background in environmental chemistry and engineering. Mr. Liou's areas of expertise include the implementation of environmental management system and regulation compliance, emergency response for pollution sites, dumping site evaluation and clean-up design and supervision, site investigation and remediation.

Mr. Liou has implemented environmental audits and regulation compliances for multinational companies such as ASE, Philips, 3M, Du Pont, Wirex, GM, Allied Signal in Taiwan and Belden Ltk China's facilities. He also has worked with various industry sectors including refinery plants, chemical companies, gas stations and government agencies.

Mr. Liou has extensive experience in the chemical analysis of environmental sampling including the determination of analytical methods and development of quality assurance measures and sampling protocols. Also, Mr. Liou leaded emergency response plans for EPA over 6 years. In particular, he has developed remediation strategies that deliver the most cost-effective solution for a particular site/contaminant matrix for the clients.

Furthermore, Mr. Liou had conducted site evaluation for over 200 illegal dumping sites. He played a key role in developing the Hazardous Ranking System (HRS) for EPA in Taiwan. The sites are cleaned up according to the priority list. In addition, Mr. Liou also conducted the clean-up design for an abandoned dumping site for Kaohsiung city EPB. A total of 440,000 cubic meters of wastes was cleaned within three years. The site is currently being redeveloped as a residential area.