Michael R. Schock


Mr. Schock is a Chemist with the Drinking Water Treatment and Distribution Branch, Water Systems Division, National Risk Management Research Laboratory of the United States Environmental Protection Agency. He has spent 31 years with the drinking water research program of the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency in Cincinnati, and 7 years researching water treatment, ground water geochemistry, water sampling and analysis with the Illinois State Water Survey in Champaign, Illinois. He is the 2011 recipient of AWWA’s AP Black career research award. In his capacity with USEPA, Mr. Schock has conducted both in-house and field research into drinking water treatment with emphasis on corrosion control domestic plumbing and distribution systems, regulatory interactions, corrosion solids analysis methodology, and smaller water system problems. He routinely provides technical consultation to other EPA Offices, State agencies, engineering consultants, and directly to water systems.


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