Kimberly D. P. Rentz, PE
Senior Environmental Engineer
Kansas State University B.S. Biological and Agricultural Engineering‐Environmental Option; Secondary Major, Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences
University of Iowa M.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering
With over twelve years of professional experience, Ms. Rentz is well versed in remediation technologies, particularly phytoremediation. Ms. Rentz graduated from Kansas State University’s College of Engineering with a Bachelor of Science in Biological and Agricultural Engineering and a Secondary Major in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences. Ms. Rentz received a Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Iowa’s College of Engineering. Ms. Rentz’s research focused on phytoremediation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. She is an Environmental Engineer with experience in phytoremediation, Phase I and II investigations, various state voluntary cleanup programs, federal and state brownfield redevelopment grants and geotechnical investigations.
Illinois Licensed Professional Engineer, #062.064429
Washington Licensed Professional Engineer, 43779
OSHA 40‐Hour HAZWOPER
OSHA 8‐ Hour Supervisory Course, Bethesda, MD
Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)
Women owned, experts in our field.
- Nutrient and Oxygen Requirements for Phytoremediation of Petroleum Contaminated Soils. EPA International Applied Phytotechnologies Conference. March 3‐5, 2003. Chicago, Illinois. (Poster Presentation). -Precht, K.D., Rentz, J.A., and Schnoor, J.L.
- Nutrient Requirements for Phytoremediation of a Petroleum Contaminated Site. University of Iowa. May 2003. Iowa City, Iowa. (Masters Thesis) -Precht, K.D.
- Greenhouse Treatability Studies that Guide Phytoremediation Nutrient Management. EPA International Phytotechnologies Conference. April 19‐22, 2005. Atlanta, Georgia – Precht, K.D. Rentz, J.A., and Schnoor, J.L.