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Welcome Mr. Paul Lambart to WFI Advisory Board

On behalf of the Waterloo Filtration Institute team and WFI Advisory Board, we would like to extend our warmest welcome to Mr. Paul Lambart as a new member of our advisory board.



Mr. Lambart is a qualified chemist educated in the UK with over 35 years of industrial experience spanning the automotive and aerospace industries. He has experience in material science, R&D, and Program Management in the automotive industry, gaining experience working with Ford, Jaguar, Rolls Royce, Bentley, and Land Rover. Paul is a Consultant and Company Director in the field of Gas Turbines with over 20 years of experience in developing new cleaning solutions and injection systems for on/off compressor washing to improve efficiency and reduce the environmental impact of fossil fuels until self-sufficiency is attained with renewables. He is currently engaged as Managing Director of Europe and Asia, using his experience in Gas Turbines for a USA company (Engine Cleaning Technology-ECT) to deliver their compressor washing and power augmentation systems into the industrial sector and aviation products globally. Paul has been a visiting Fellow in the School of Aerospace, Transport, and Manufacturing at Cranfield University (UK) since 2006, where he has supported sixteen, to date, Ph.D. candidates and many MSc students in Gas Turbine studies. He has been a member of the Industrial Advisory Board for Thermal Power for over fifteen years and is their current Chairman, holding the post for the past five years.


At WFI, our mission is to support the growth of the global filtration industry and advance the sciences and technologies of filtration and separation processes for a clean, healthy, and sustainable world. We are excited and honored to have Paul join WFI Advisory Board. He will be an invaluable asset and contributor as we continue to work together to promote a cleaner environment for a healthier and better world.


Welcome Aboard, Paul!

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