Senior Principal


Steve has more than three decades of experience in the environmental industry with a broad exposure to its many facets. His career has included entrepreneurial activities often leading to co-inventing and vending several well-known products and technologies. He has helped define the emerging field of expedited site closure with emphasis on the incorporation of advanced technologies and served in executive management positions, as a business development leader and consultant, and across several operational sectors. Before founding Koenigsberg and Associates, he most recently served as President of EN Rx, Inc.

In 1994, he co-founded Regenesis and was involved in the formulation and development of products which have been applied to more than 17,000 sites worldwide, having direct design involvement in about 1,000. In 2006, Steve moved from product development and sales to consulting and has been involved in more than 200 major remediation projects using single and combined remedies with advanced diagnostic methods for better site design, management, and resolution thus saving clients time and money. In addition to remediation-based solutions, Steve has been involved in a series of innovative technologies by guiding the inventors in the development of their companies.

As part of his legacy, Steve has authored and co-authored more than 175 technical articles and presentation abstracts, four books, and four international patents focusing on remediation and environmental biotechnology. In May 2019, and again in June, 2021, he co-produced a PFAS Experts Symposium, a unique consensus-driven policy development event in Washington, D.C. Results were published in the Remediation Journal.

Steve’s professional recognitions include a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Environmental Health & Sciences (AEHS) and a Wall Street Journal Technology Development Award.
He has 18 years of service as an Adjunct Professor and Dean’s Advisory Council member at the California State University at Fullerton, and has served his community by:

- Addressing the need for providing clean water in the developing world as an Advocate for Water Mission (
- Working in the local community’s high schools and service organizations as a tutor, career guidance counselor and ESL teacher (
- Serving as the Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network (CAAAN) interviewing qualified admission applicants and supporting inquiries on how Cornell University might fit their goals. (


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