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Matrix Leadership Interviewed on ‘New Jersey Business Podcast’
Dennis Petrocelli, PG & Andy Raichle, PE, make guest appearances.

Florham Park, NJ — Dennis Petrocelli, PG, Senior Vice President and Andy Raichle, P.E., Vice President, Matrix New World Engineering (Matrix), were recent guests on ‘New Jersey Business Podcast’.

In a wide-ranging conversation with Host Paul Valverde, they discussed the goals of Matrix as well as the projects the company has implemented across the country. Petrocelli stated, "We are internally now looking at how we operate as a company in order to minimize our carbon footprint and be a little more resilient in terms of our operations." Raichle added, "it's a really wide mix and what makes it a great business venture is that it spans the entire range of private and public clients that we come into contact with."

In response to the firm’s leadership status in disaster response, Petrocelli outlined the company's extensive involvement in wind projects. Petrocelli further elaborated, “We have a varied, rich history of getting involved in the response to a number of natural and manmade disasters, so we are really effective at assembling and deploying rapid numbers of resources to do damage assessments."

Raichle spoke about current and future projects in both New York and New Jersey.  He stated, “We are working on a renewable energy plant in New Jersey that is going to take food waste and turn it into green fuel." 

According to Jayne Warne, PE, President, “Matrix stands at the forefront of reducing the company’s carbon footprint.  This is an exciting time for the scientific community as decisions made today will shape both the planet and businesses of tomorrow.”

To watch the interview, please click here.

To speak with with Matrix, please contact Amy Delman, Amy Delman Public Relations, LLC, 201.563.4614 or amydelmanpr@verizon.net.

About Dennis Petrocelli, PG
Dennis Petrocelli, PG is Co-Founder of Matrix New World Engineering, Inc., a world class engineering firm providing environmental, geotechnical, civil engineering and consulting, and oil spill response services nationwide. He graduated from Rutgers University in 1982 with a double degree in Economics and Geology and co-founded Matrix in 1990 with Jayne Warne, PE.
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