Chris Rogers is a Project Scientist at Environmental 360 specializing in LDAR, SPCC, and CEMS/COMS in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Alabama. Chris has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences from Delta State University and an Associate of Science degree in Electronics Technology from Mississippi Delta Community College. After graduating, Chris acquired a position as a Biological Science Technician with the United States Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Wildlife Services. In this role Chris worked with cooperators to mitigate human-wildlife conflicts using wildlife damage management techniques. Chris next acquired a position with International Paper at the Columbus Cellulose Fibers Mill as an Electrical and Instrumentation Technician. His tasks included preventative maintenance, installation, troubleshooting, and repair of many process components to include: 3-phase motors and associated control circuits, automation equipment, variable speed drives, burner management systems, CEMS/COMS, turbine generators, automatic valves, and various process control transmitters.
Chris lives in Clarksville, Tennessee, with his wife. Chris enjoys hunting, fishing, and woodworking in his free time.