Ms Huchler has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York. She is licensed as a Professional Engineer in the state of New Jersey and has qualified as a Certified Management Consultant. She previously worked in the Technical Marketing Group of BetzDearborn Water Management (now GE Infrastructure, Water and Process Technologies) to support industrial water chemical treatment products. Ms Huchler has presented and published numerous technical papers. She currently publishes a quarterly column on water treatment for an international trade journal, Hydrocarbon Processing and has published her first of a series of four books, Operating Practices for Industrial Water Management, Influent Water Systems, Gulf Publishing, Inc..
Ms Huchler belongs to AIChE and NACE and has served three terms as the president of the New Jersey section of the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). She previously served as the president of the New Jersey chapter of the Institute of Management Consultants, and chair of the Chapter Presidents' Council, as a member of the National Board of IMC USA, as Vice Presient of Membership, as Chair & CEO of IMC USA and currently serves as past chair of IMC USA and Vice President of Professional Learning.
Loraine Huchler is the founder and president of an engineering consulting organization, MarTech Systems, Inc., a firm that assesses and manages risk in water-related utility systems. MarTech’s technical consulting services optimize the water and energy circuits in influent, steam, cooling and waste water systems in manufacturing and commercial facilities. Other services include technology feasibility studies, designing system upgrades or equipment replacement, conducting water conservation and water reuse projects, training operations personnel and serving as an expert witness in patent infringement and equipment failure litigation.