Steering Committee

The Steering Committee is a multidisciplinary advisory group consisting of members across various industries that advise VIM on functional requirements associated with the CEMLink product. For more information, or to reach out to the Steering Committee chairman with any questions, please send an e-mail to steeringcommittee@vimtechnologies.com.

Joseph P. Arsenault

Joe Arsenault

Corporate Environmental Manager
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Dan Craft

Process and Automation Manager

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Scott Millsaps

Lead Environmental Specialist
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Jenaveve Hoskins

Senior Environmental Specialist
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Brooks Butler

Director – Environmental & Transformation
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Bill Kraft - Lead Scientist, Continuous Emissions Monitoring at National Grid

Bill Kraft

Lead Scientist, Continuous Emissions Monitoring
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Roy Srymanske

Environmental Engineer

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CEMLink6 New Feature Highlights

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