Memorial Donation - Michael Piotrowski

Memorial Donation

in Honor of

Michael Piotrowski

 Michael "Mike" R. Piotrowski, Ph.D. was an internationally recognized technological leader in the application of biological technologies for treatment of contaminated groundwater and soils. He excelled at developing innovative solutions. His remedial designs received awards of engineering excellence, including former Vice President Al Gore's "Golden Hammer" Award for significantly reducing government costs for the cleanup of a former military site in American Samoa .

     Dr. Piotrowski was also an accomplished teacher whose students included government regulators, private industry, environmental consultants, college students and concerned citizens.

     Dr. Piotrowski was the founder of the firm Matrix Remedial Technologies, Colorado , and had recently joined the company de maximis, inc., an environmental project management firm.

     His education included: Ph.D., Biology/Biogeochemistry, Boston University Marine Program; 1989 Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA: 1976-1977; Cornell University , Ithaca , NY : B.S., Ecology, 1974.

A memorial donation provides a meaningful way to remember a special person. 

Memorial donations for Michael Piotrowski will be applied to support the 
American Ground Water Trust’s ground water education programs.



There are four ways you can make a memorial donation:


Online : We accept Credit Cards via PayPal =>>
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By Phone ' Call the Trust office at (800) 423-7748
By Fax 6 Click here for a printable form
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 or by Mail  *  

Mail with a check payable to: 

  American Ground Water Trust
  Michael Piotrowski Memorial Donation
  16 Centre Street, Concord, NH 03301



The American Ground Water Trust is a 501(c)(3) non-profit education organization dedicated to providing accurate information about ground water and water wells to consumers and decision makers.

  • Promoting efficient and effective ground water management
  • Communicating the environmental and economic value of ground water
  • Showcasing ground water science and technology solutions
  • Increasing citizen, community and decision-maker awareness
  • Facilitating stakeholder participation in water resource decisions