William H. Reid, L.P.G.
Environmental and Safety Solutions, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio, Safety Supervisor, May 2017 to Present
Independent Contractor for an environmental and safety consulting firm providing safety oversight during maintenance activities at power generating facilities. Performed safety audits at construction sites to ensure proper safety guidelines are being followed during site activities.
Cherokee Nation Environmental Solutions LLC, Lexington, Kentucky, Site Supervisor, May 2016 to July 2016
Site Supervisor (contract position) during an asbestos abatement and re-insulation of piping and ductwork at the Federal Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky. Oversaw the abatement contractor, made progress reports to the medical center environmental staff, Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection (KDEP), and the Cherokee Nation Environmental Solutions LLC (CNES) who held the contract.
Stoller Newport News Nuclear/Navarro Research and Engineering, Inc., Harrison, Ohio; FUSRAP Site Lead, July 2015 to December 2015
Site Lead for the United State Department of Energy’s (DOE) Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) working with the United States Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) Buffalo District to transition former Manhattan Project sites from remediation to DOE long-term stewardship.
Responsible for the verification of site remediation data from USACE activities at FUSRAP sites, prior to transitioning sites into the DOE long-term surveillance and maintenance (LTS&M) program.
Coordinated a team of environmental professionals to develop transition plans for transferring data, records and information from the USACE corrective action to the DOE Office of Legacy Management (LM) and its LTS&M program. Ensured that updates were relayed to the stakeholders and the regulatory agencies.
Vista Sciences Corporation, Ravenna, OH; Program Manager, November 2013 to April 2014
Was the program manager for a support office at a former US Army ammunition plant, undergoing active soil and groundwater remediation and is now part of an Ohio Army National Guard (OHARNG) training facility. The office provided support to USACE, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA), the OHARNG and the contractors working at the facility.
Prepared the Site Safety and Health Plan (SSHP) for site activities following USACE Safety and Health Manual EM 385-1-1 guidelines and the Project Management Plan, both were approved by the USACE.
Managed an office that maintained the administrative record and three library repositories for remediation activities being performed at the facility, providing a comprehensive record of all environmental activities as required by the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA).
Managed the OHRANG National Priorities Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit requirements, supervised the monitoring, reporting and disposal of waste accumulations (hazardous and non-hazardous) and prepared an inventory of hazardous materials stored on site for the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Hazardous Chemical Storage Reporting Requirements.
Oversaw coordination of the quarterly public meetings between USCAE, OHRANG, the Ohio EPA and the Residential Advisory Board (RAB) to report progress of on-site activities at the facility.
Fluor B & W Portsmouth LLC/CDM Federal Services, Inc., Piketon, OH; Senior Geologist, March 2009 to November 2013
Senior Geologist at the Portsmouth Gaseous Diffusion Plant in Piketon, Ohio, a closed uranium enrichment facility being demolished and decommissioned. Organized and performed site investigation activities and job safety/hazard analyses (JSA/JHA) for activities being performed during site activities. CDM initially held the contract to perform the environmental monitoring, in 2011, Flour B&W Portsmouth LLC (FBP) acquired the DOE contract and transitioned CDM staff to FBP.
Performed site investigations to identify potentially impacted soil and ground water at various facility buildings prior to their demolition. Oversaw the Site Background Study assessment to collect soil samples from the surrounding area to quantify background concentrations of naturally occurring metals and contaminants in soil which were used in a risk evaluation to establish the site cleanup criteria.
Was the principal geologist during drilling activities evaluating potential sites for locating an on-site disposal landfill at the facility. Was responsible for logging the soil borings and bedrock cores at multiple locations during the evaluation.
Performed a large scale investigation to identify the bedrock surface topography beneath a large chlorinated volatile organic compound (CVOC) source area to define the extent of CVOC concentrations. The soil boring data was used to generate 3D models identifying the soil types and potential for dense, non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) accumulations above bedrock while planning treatment options.
Used historical soil boring logs and gas chromatograph data to identify a CVOC source area that had gone uninvestigated. Oversaw the soil investigation confirming the source area, now undergoing remediation.
Initiated the coordination of the groundwater modeling efforts for the entire facility to monitor groundwater flow, establish groundwater yield and to maximize recovery well placement to capture solvent plumes to prevent offsite migration of impacted groundwater.
Task Lead for the treatment of solvent impacted soil and groundwater using the direct application of Modified Fenton’s Reagent and catalyst, in an attempt to decrease solvent concentrations and reduce dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) accumulations through in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO).
Superior Environmental Corp, Cincinnati, Ohio; Senior Project Manager, May 2007 to March 2009
Managed numerous regulatory driven projects at various underground storage tank (UST) facilities in Indiana and Ohio. This included all site investigation activities, UST closures, reporting and preparation of corrective action plans (CAPs) for submittal to various state agencies for approval and implementation.
Managed the environmental concerns during the redevelopment of a retail shopping center, located on a contaminated property in southwest Ohio under the Ohio Voluntary Action Program (Ohio VAP). Coordinated all site remediation and sampling activities, taking the property through the Ohio VAP.
The Payne Firm, Inc. Cincinnati, OH; Project Manager/Geologist, January 1999 to April 2007
Participated in numerous Phase I and Phase II investigations as part of due diligence activities for real estate and/or mergers and acquisition transactions. Participated in the negotiation with legal and corporate representatives to identify contamination issues on a property and identifying potential remediation costs prior to the sale, or obtaining adjustments in the final purchase price to include remedial costs.
Preformed environmental audits at various manufacturing facilities to assist them in implementing ISO 14001 Environmental Management System requirements. Worked with a team of environmental professionals to evaluate facility requirements for plant safety; permitting; waste generation, management and disposal activities to ensure operations met compliance requirements.
Prepared environmental disclosure reports for select public companies for submittal to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) detailing capital expenses, environmental compliance expenses and soil and groundwater remediation costs at operating facilities.
Implemented various in situ remedial technologies at dry cleaning facilities where CVOC concentrations were present. The technologies involved either enhanced reductive dechlorination (ERD) and/or ISCO.
Proposed, managed and oversaw the investigation and remediation by excavation, transport and disposal of hazardous CVOC-impacted soil at a manufacturing facility in Cincinnati, Ohio. Prepared the Health and Safety Plan, and the Hazardous Waste Disposal Report for the client as a Large Quantity Generator (LQG), for submittal to the Ohio EPA.
Recommended replacing a ineffective groundwater pump and treat system that had been in operation for five years with air sparging and soil vapor extraction (SVE) under an Amended Remedial Action Plan. The system was installed, became operational, and met the cleanup criteria in one year. The facility was granted no further action.
Coordinated numerous site investigations, prepared Health and Safety Plans and developed multiple remediation strategies to take a multiple facility industrial property through the Ohio VAP for redevelopment. Negotiated with the legal representatives of the developer, the former property owners and the Ohio EPA to address environmental liabilities associated with the property prior to redevelopment. The property was redeveloped and issued a covenant not to sue by the Ohio EPA.
Prepared a RCRA Corrective Measures Study and Implementation at a former chrome plating facility. Negotiated with the client’s legal representative and Ohio EPA to develop a plan to remediate lead-impacted soil by stabilization to render it non-hazardous. The stabilized soil was excavated, transported and disposed at a licensed landfill. Closure Certification was granted.
Performed confirmatory soil sampling and prepared a RCRA Closure Certification Report for the remediation of paint impacted soil. Closure Certification was granted by the Ohio EPA.
Engineering Science, Inc./Parsons Corp., Cleveland, OH, St. Louis, MO, and Cincinnati, OH – Project Manager, January 1989 to January 1999
Planned, coordinated and supervised remedial investigation/feasibility study (RI/FS) at a Superfund site in southeastern Ohio to evaluate the subsurface conditions at a former hazardous waste landfill. Coordinated the site wide sampling activities and was the site contact for the Ohio EPA.
Planned, coordinated and performed numerous site investigations, pilot tests and remediation activities for retail gasoline stations, bulk terminal storage facilities and refineries. Coordinated various site activities and prepared NPDES permit applications and monthly discharge monitoring reports. Prepared Remedial Action Plans (RAP), Health and Safety Plans, site investigation reports and monitoring reports for submittal to the regulatory agencies detailing the progress of site remediation.
Prepared Health and Safety Plan, Data Collection Quality Assurance Plan (DCQAP), Project Management Plan for one of the first risk-based corrective action (RBCA) evaluations at the Newport Chemical Activity. Coordinated and performed the investigation and reporting of environmental conditions at a chemical agent storage and former ordinance facility for submittal to USEPA Region V.
Performed site investigation activities and provided oversight during the installation of a bentonite slurry wall, landfill cap and leachate collection system during the closure of RCRA-listed hazardous landfill.
Performed pilot tests using bioventing as a remedial technology at a former United States Air Force (USAF) facility in Kokomo, Indiana, as part of the remedial technology evaluation program reporting to the Air Force Center for Environmental Excellence (AFCEE). Supervised installation of the bioventing system and performed system monitoring.
B.A. in American Studies, Occidental College, June 1977.
Geology coursework supplementation and Field Camp, Ohio State University, 1981 - 1984
M.S. in Geology, Bowling Green State University, August 1994.
Synergistic Treatment of Chlorinated VOCs Using Reductive Dechlorination and Zero Valent Iron, by William H. Reid, Michael L Woodruff and Daniel D. Weed (The Payne Firm, Inc.) and Michael Scalzi and Wade Meese (Innovative Environmental Technology, Inc.), proceedings from the Fifth International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, May 2006.
Licensed Professional Geologist, State of Indiana, No. 1843, Obtained September 1997, current through 2019
40-Hour HAZWOPER Training, current with annual 8 HR HAZWOPER refreshers.
OSHA #510 Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Construction, July 2017.
OSHA #511, Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry, September 2017.
Electrical Hazard Recognition and Abatement, Ohio Bureau of Workman’s Compensation (BWC), November 2017.
USDOE Level “L” Clearance (inactive, valid through December 2019)