RSC Bio Solutions Hires Technology VP

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Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Bernie Roell

RSC Bio Solutions, developer of readily biodegradable lubricants and cleaners, has added Bernie Roell as vice president of technology. RSC Bio Solutions said it is aggressively addressing the needs of the biobased chemical industry for new innovative solutions for a wide range of applications.

Roell will work to gain even more application approvals for company products and lead other quality, technology and application development initiatives in conjunction with the research and development department. He brings more than 25 years of research and development, business development and general management experience. Over his career, he has led process improvement teams, managed technology groups and run business units for Lubrizol, Ciba Specialty Chemicals and Houghton and has deep experience with a wide range of industrial lubricant applications. Roell holds both a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science degree from Lock Haven University, as well as a doctorate in organic chemistry from Ohio University.

“Bernie’s expertise, experience and standing in the chemical and lubricant industries make him the perfect addition to RSC Bio Solutions,” said Mike Guggenheimer, president and CEO for RSC Bio Solutions. “Bernie will lead our efforts to enhance our full spectrum of readily biodegradable, biobased products as we serve a host of industries that see the performance and sustainability benefits of our products.”

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