Chris King is a senior engineer with RRS bringing extensive experience in design, configuration, and data analysis. His experience has crossed several industries including aerospace and automotive, but all have required an attention to detail and data specification to develop and design critical components for projects. Chris’ data analysis and database management contribution has reinforced the real-world, scientific approach of RRS.

Recent Team Projects

  • University of Southern California: RRS conducted a waste assessment and developed a cost model to show the benefits of investment in a recycling program to help USC achieve their 75% waste diversion by 2020 goal.
  • Materials Recovery for the Future (MRFF): An American Chemistry Council non-profit initiative, MRFF is a research collaborative working on curbside recycling for the new generation of light weight packaging via material recovery facility material flow studies, technical research, and communications.
  • Henry Ford Health System: RRS provides oversight and assistance with infectious, hazardous, and universal waste compliance through operations assessments, recordkeeping, training, waste audits, and on-going technical support.


  • Ted and Jane’s Camp Courage

Topical Expertise

  • Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) Equipment
  • MRF Material Flow
  • Data Analytics

Recent Speaking Engagements/Publications

  • Northeast Recycling Coalition Flexible Packaging Recovery Webinar (Nov 2018): Adding New Materials to Curbside Recycling: MRF Pilot Program for Films, Bags, and Pouches


  • Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of New Mexico
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of New Mexico


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