Policy Speaker Series
Commissioner Miller’s research findings have been presented both at major conferences and in academic journals. His research includes the use of constructed wetlands for sewage treatment and the aquatic effects of acid precipitation. Prior to his appointment as Environmental Commissioner, Miller worked for Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment for fourteen years as a scientist, Manager of Training and Development, and as District Manager of both the Timmins and North Bay offices in north‐eastern Ontario.
Commissioner Miller has had extensive experience with environmental issues including approval and inspection activities, municipal sewage, drinking water, solid waste management, hazardous waste, noise, air pollution and land use planning. He also has experience with environmental legislation in Ontario both with enforcing existing legislation and drafting new regulations. Miller received his BSc (Hon.) in Biology from the University of Guelph in 1976, and his M.Sc. in Plant Ecology in 1978.