Biography of Patrick Kelley, Inventor
Bio: Patrick Kelley, inventor of rustic-looking plastic fencing...
Pat has a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and an MBA from Rutgers University. His early work experience was with various chemical processing companies. He then spent sixteen years with Mobil Chemical Company in the plastics division where he worked mainly on the extrusion of blown film. In 1992 he left Mobil to start his own plastics processing company. Pat is the managing member of Waste Not Technologies, LLC located in Saylorsburg PA. The company makes solid recycled plastic posts for use with livestock fencing and sign posts from 98% recycled plastic. Pat has two patents for plastic products. His association with Northampton Community College began in 1992 when he taught his first course in “Polymer Processing”. Since that time he has also taught “Introduction to Plastics” and several levels of mathematics. Pat is an active member of The Society of Plastics Engineers, and currently serves as president of the Lehigh Valley chapter. He also serves on the advisory board for the Emerging Technology Application Center at Northampton Community College, and the Solid Waste Advisory Committee of Monroe County, PA.
Fence covered by US Patent No. D583,486S
and US Patent No. 9,079, 336 B2