Chemist whose invention TRASAR won a USA Presidential Green Chemistry Problem Honor and helped enhance the control of industrial drinking water treatment. In 1975, he received a bachelor’s level in chemistry from Johns Hopkins University or college. He was granted a Perkin Medal from the American portion of the Culture of Chemical Market for his function in drinking water treatment. His dad was Mark Banking institutions, a chemist who worked well for the U.S. Protection Department. While going after his Ph.D., he worked well for chemist Glenn T. Seaborg.