Jeremiah Jackson - Senior Principal Engineer, Kleinfelder

Jeremiah D. Jackson, Senior Principal Engineer, Kleinfelder

With over 35 years experience as an environmental engineer, Dr. Jackson provides technical and managerial leadership on a wide variety of engineering projects. His experience includes advanced technology water and wastewater treatment facilities, and innovative solutions for low-cost sustainable applications. Dr. Jackson’s responsibilities range from giving expert testimony in civil lawsuits to providing program management and technical direction on major projects, including those for large corporations and the Department of Defense.

Complementing his consulting assignments, Dr. Jackson also teaches at the University of California, and is a professor of business at John Paul Catholic University in San Diego. He has lectured internationally with the Air and Waste Management Association, and with the American Society of Civil Engineers. Dr. Jackson has testified before Congress on environmental issues, and has traveled with the US Secretary of Commerce on international trade missions representing the US environmental industry.

Dr. Jackson’s technical papers have included many innovative water and wastewater treatment processes; examples are: Treating Industrial Wastewaters Using Artificial Wetlands, presented in Denver (2008), Treatment of Arsenic Contaminated Water Using Aquatic Macrophytes presented in New Delhi, India (2006), Industrial Wastewater Reuse Using Soft Technology, presented in Florida (2001), and Border Environmental Compliance Issues in Mexico, presented in Arizona (1998). His master’s thesis involved the use of the eurohaline unicellular alga Platymonas as an indicator of nutrient load in water; his doctoral dissertation involved the optimization of aquatic macrophytes in the treatment of wastewater.

Dr. Jackson has been on the faculty of six universities in the United States and overseas, is a licensed professional civil engineer in seven States, and is an avid runner, surfer, sky diver, and pilot. His BS and MS degrees were in civil engineering from the University of California (Irvine), and his PhD was in civil engineering from the University of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia). He lives in Del Mar, California, with his wife Nina and daughter Julia.

Senior Principal Engineer, Kleinfelder

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