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Andrew Trivett

Associate Professor
(902) 566-0342
Dalton Hall, 307

With a background in oceanographic engineering, including the development of exhaust scrubbers for ship engines, Dr. Trivett’s research continues to centre on pollution control. Through his investigations into solutions to the overgrowth of sea lettuce in coastal areas, he is working to harvest sustainably sea lettuce as a source of marine fuel.

Dr. Trivett is involved in the very ambitious project of creating a hydrogen village in the small community of North Cape on the Northwestern tip of Prince Edward Island.

Dr. Trivett’s research interests lie in environmental technology, including providing sources of energy in an environmentally responsible way through wind energy and biofuels, monitoring water quality in Prince Edward Island, and reducing harmful emissions from ships.