A Chemical Engineer by training, Ritesh Patel is the thought proponent of the company’s environmental philosophy, and the chief negotiator of new business opportunities. A strategic visionary who has led the company from the front during periods of declining graphs and rapid growth, he has an evolved skill in establishing operational excellence within culturally diverse, challenging environments.
He leads project selection and implementation. Builds and leads high-performance teams. Envisions special-objective market drives. And spearheads market growth drives and geographic expansion of the company, banking on his technocratic expertise in Speciality Membranes, Reverse Osmosis Plants, Solid Waste Management Technologies and Low Energy Wastewater Treatment.
Ritesh is the driving force behind Felix’s evolution as a full-fledged EPC (Execution, Procurement &Construction) Company, and under his captaincy, the company has assimilated a host of performance awards (Bhilwara Engineering Association Award, Techfest 2013 Award, Gold Distributor Award and Silver Distributor Award for Industrial Piping, Watman 2013 Certificate, and many more
An eco-warrior par excellence, he is at present passionately involved in the creation of sustainable, alternative energy-powered Waste Water Treatment Systems, optimally designed for the developing world.
With over 34 years of experience in environmental field.Vinay Patel has worked as Senior Administrator and have looked after all the Environmental regulations, legal compliances, research, preparing regulatory framework, limit and structure operations of industry and government to reduce environmental impacts and to conserve resources both for the environment and the industry.
A specific set of skills and expertise were developed along with government service and professional involvement representing GPCB at both global and national platform.
Practical aspects of water & hazardous waste management and implications of policies and regulationat environmental levels for all the stakeholder through which the value chain was developed and delivered resulting in a global exposure and networking in diverse environmental management systems in organizations of all scale and service.
For the development in the country, developed environmental resource structure which helped the industry as well as the government for better regulatory compliances.