CSEF Category Awards: 2019
Environmental Engineering

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J1119 — First Place
Shant Koutnouyan, Grade 8 portrait
Using Bioremediation as a Cost-Effective, Environmentally Safe, Alternative for Disposing Oil: A Commercial Application
Advisor: Mrs. Lida Gevorkian
School: Chamlian (Vahan & Anoush) Armenian School, Glendale, Los Angeles County
J1121 — Second Place
Amelie G. Leviant, Grade 8 portrait
Petrochemical Waste Clean-up Using Polymers: A Proof of Concept
Advisor: Mrs. Cathy Grimes
School: Phoenix Ranch School, Simi Valley, Ventura County
J1112 — Third Place
Kian R. Ghasemi, Grade 8 portrait
Utilizing Magnetic Fields and Activated Carbon to Develop a Novel Microparticle Filtering System
Advisor: Mrs. Ruth Gramajo
School: Portola (Gaspar de) Highly Gifted Magnet Middle School, Tarzana, Los Angeles County
J1110 — Fourth Place
Ryan E. Drake, Grade 8 portrait
A New Desalination Method: Comparing Non-Toxic Carboxylic Acid Directional Solvent's Ability to Reduce Salinity Levels
Advisor: Mr. Daniel Bolechowski
School: Rancho Christian School, Temecula, Riverside County
J1108 — Honorable Mention
Melia P. Crimaldi, Grade 7 portrait
Cooling the Urban Heat Island Effect!
Advisor: Ms. Debbie Culley
School: Santa Fe Christian Community School, Solana Beach, San Diego County
J1111 — Honorable Mention
Sarah M.R Fong, Grade 8 portrait
H2O Generator
Advisor: Mrs. Kathy Eno
School: St. Joseph Elementary, Long Beach, Los Angeles County
J1128 — Honorable Mention
Wahida Rahman, Grade 7 portrait
Using Waxworms (Galleria mellonella) to Reduce the Amount of Household Wastes in Our Landfills and Oceans
Advisor: Mrs. Kavitha Satya
School: New Horizon School, Pasadena, Los Angeles County

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