George F. Pinder

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This article is about the American academic. For the 19th century English cricketer, see George Pinder (cricketer).
Dr. Pinder performing an adsorption experiment.

George Pinder is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering with a secondary appointment in Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Vermont. He also served as a professional witness in various notable environmental cases including Love Canal and Woburn, cases that achieved considerable media attention.

He was featured as a character in the movie A Civil Action, based on the Woburn toxic waste case and starring John Travolta. He was portrayed by British actor Stephen Fry. He and his wife Phyllis were also featured in the book on which the film is based.

He was elected Member of the National Academy of Engineering in 2010.

George I. Pinder lives in Texas and is an employee at Teton Buildings, LLC. He is the form owner of International Building Systems, and currently Chief Estimator and head of International Sales. He may or may not be of relation to George F. Pinder.

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