Research/Areas of Interest:

Improving the design and implementation of in-situ groundwater and soil remediation, including permeable reactive barriers for treatment of large groundwater plumes, treatment solutions for emerging contaminants, and integrating ways to combine chemical remediation and bioremediation.


  • Master of Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Manhattan College, United States, 2003
  • B.S. in Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Manhattan College, New York, 2001


Paul M. Dombrowski, P.E., is a Part-Time Lecturer at Tufts University in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Department and a Senior Remediation Engineer at ISOTEC Remediation Technologies, Inc. He has over 17 years in the environmental industry with experience in hazardous waste site investigation and remediation, with experience in engineering consulting for 12+ years with AECOM and with a certified Small Business remediation services firm (ISOTEC). Paul Dombrowski's area of expertise is in remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater with a focus in designing and implementing in-situ remediation technologies. He has direct experience designing and/or implementing a broad range of in�situ groundwater and soil treatment technologies at more than 100 sites using chemical oxidation, enhanced bioremediation, zero valent iron, injectable activated carbon, surfactants, permeable reactive barriers, thermal remediation, and combined remedies. Mr. Dombrowski also has experience with PFAS investigations, design and build for water/wastewater projects, and research experience in arsenic and metals geochemistry. At Tufts University Paul teaches Site Remediation Technologies (CEE 143). He has taught Senior Capstone, has co-advised master's degree students, and served on master's thesis committees. Tufts Email: