Dick Hornack is a graduate of Case Western and his degree is in Mechanical Engineering. Dick has done a variety of engineering related jobs in his life. He is the owner of ChemCraft Inc./The Dehl Group. He has also been an automobile engineer, a mechanical engineer, an architectural designer and spent 20 years in the water treatment industry. Dick has always been an inventor. In 1953 he patented a device that was a shirt tightener for form fitted, ready-made shirts. He introduced the device on Jack Parr's show in 1954. That same year, he invented a portable golf cart. In 1978 he was a co-inventor of Bromicide, a chemical used in the water treatment industry. In 1983 he created LineMaster, a formula to help farmers and others keep irrigation lines clean, without harming the fields. Because of this work with the farmers, over time Dick learned about other challenges they were facing. As a result, we have today's EnviroMax formula. Since that time, Dick has continued to invent new and useful products. These include PlantMaster, for the agricultural market and for homeowners, a line of health and beauty aids (these formulas take into account the need for a proper pH, electrolyte balance, and includes a water soluble trace element formula that is very digestible), a product line to help reclaim land that has been unable to be used due to mining and he has just developed a process for us to alter the double bonded acids in coffee beans prior to or after roasting! His years of experience in the water treatment industries has enabled him to help us personally and to aid the agricultural industry by bringing us products that are natural, useful and affordable.