Attilio is an internationally reputed air quality scientist with over 35 scientific papers and presentations to his credit. In his career spanning over 20 years, Attilio has gained experience in the air quality field leading long-term national as well as regional projects. In spite of managing large teams, many a time in different countries, Attilio is always hands-on in his projects - from modeling to emission inventories, from action planning through compliance and monitoring plans.
In South East Asia, Attilio has directed projects in the mining, chemical and petrochemical, semiconductors and power production sectors. He has also led projects and delivered seminars on Air Quality Management for Government Agencies in Asia.
Chia Weei is passionate about sustainability and mitigating anthropogenic impacts on the environment. He joined APAQ Group in 2016 and has more than 4 years of experience managing local and overseas environmental monitoring projects encompassing air quality, emissions, weather and thermal comfort/heat island effects. He specializes in planning, design, training, installation, commissioning and data collection of environmental monitoring and meteorological stations.
Chia Weei holds a Bachelor and master’s degree in Environmental Engineering from the Nanyang Technological University and Technical University of Denmark respectively.
Technical Area Manager
Chew Chia Weei
Meyci is an Environmental chemist who strives to improve environmental health and safety using her knowledge of chemical properties of substances. She is an expert on the study of the pathways and the effects of chemical pollutants in the environment. In addition, she also specialises in the application of chemical theories to assess the impact of human activities on the environment. She achieved Master Degree in Chemistry from the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Environmental chemists are usually involved in promoting environmental sustainability, conservation, and protection, as well as in formulating regulations to protect the environment. Meyci believes that as a chemist or whatever it is our profession, we can always do something for a better environment, since we will inherit it for the next generations.