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Environmental auditor, specialist, manager, or consultant

Stony Creek, Virginia, 23882, United States
$125K - negot. w/ conditions (remote work)
April 26, 2019

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Dawn R. Blevins

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Stony Creek, VA 23882


Proactive multi-media environmental compliance experience within the chemical process industry, mining industry, power generation industry, agricultural industry, and remediation/reclamation arenas

Transportation logistical coordinator – truck, rail and vessel

Proficient in Microsoft suite applications, Oracle, and SAP

Proven experience in the development, implementation, and auditing of EHS and EMS programs – certified environmental auditor and quality auditor

EHS regulatory and technical expertise – RCRA, CAA, CWA, SDWA, CERCLA, RoHS, REACH, OSHA, MSHA

CAA and CWA permitting proficiency

Good working relationships with regulatory agencies (EPA Regions II-VI, VII, and X as well as all of those state authorities within those regions) and corporate authorities

Experience with NOV/Consent Order negotiations

Significant public relations experience with media, local authorities, special interest groups, native American groups, and educators

Experienced quality, safety, and environmental trainer and auditor

Behavior-based safety specialist and TapRooT incident analysis facilitator

PHA participant for Process Safety Management program

Work History and Experience

NAES – April 2017 – Present Environmental Compliance Coordinator

For the past 2 years, I have been responsible for ensuring the environmental compliance of a 51MW, biomass power generation facility has been satisfactorily maintained and enhanced. My duties have included:

Maintaining compliance requirements for a Title V and PSD air operating permit – semi-annual; and annual compliance reports, emission inventories

Complying with IBMACT regulations for biomass boilers (sampling plan,. sampling, quarterly reports)

RICE MACT compliance for 5 on-site engines

Maintenance and testing of CEMS for CO/NOx/SO2 and COMs units

Kept Method 9 certification up-to-date for plant employees

Maintaining, reviewing and revising the site’s SPCC plan (daily/weekly/monthly/annual inspections

Maintaining, reviewing, and revising the site’s SWPPP

Compliance requirements for VPDES permit – sampling and analysis, maintaining yard to minimize emissions and runoff, maintaining storm water ponds and associated vegetation, daily, monthly inspections

Compliance requirements for drinking water well and permit (sampling, water usage reports, chlorination as necessary)

Maintaining/managing satellite accumulation areas for various wastes

Waste management site-wide – profiling, bidding, marking/labeling/ shipping papers)

Compiled/submitted Tier II annual reports

Weekly audits of site for environmental compliance

Managed roadway improvements project – design, bid, and completion including permits and ESC plan

Successfully reduced cost of solid waste management by $1500/month ($18K/year)

Ensured permits for site wide engineering improvements were obtained

Provided all environmental training for plant employees – Air permit, VPDES permit, SPCC, SWPPP, Universal Waste, RCRA, SDWA, DOT, Avian protection, Materials of Trade

Participated in safety observations, delivered safety briefings and monthly safety training

Completed annual environmental and safety assessments as a best practice

On call --- all the time --- for environmental questions/issues

Saw the plant through corporate environmental audit – one minor finding

Saw the plant through 2 VADEQ air inspections and one SWPPP inspection– no findings

Helped another plant enter into cold reserve and still support it as needed

Manage the EMS for the plant -- eMOC program, compliance plan, trainng

Monsanto – July 2007 – August 2018 Quality Compliance Engineer/Sr. Environmental Regulatory Specialist/Manager

For eleven years, I was responsible for the environmental and DOT programs for Monsanto’s Rock Springs, Wyoming and Soda Springs, Idaho facilities and its mines. Monsanto is the country’s only elemental phosphorus producer. The Soda Springs facility is a mineral ore beneficiation and processing facility. It consists of a 325-foot long kiln and 3 electric arc furnaces along with all the pump repair shops, boiler buildings, maintenance shops, lube shacks, thermal oxidizer, and air emission control buildings that are associated with operating a plant this size. In addition, the plant maintains its own municipal waste landfill on the site, two petroleum waste treatment areas, and one RCRA Subtitle C landfill for the disposal of ore beneficiation wastes. The facility has 6 lined water ponds and one lined settling/cooling pond for on-site treatment/storage of process waters.

North of the plant, Monsanto operates a phosphate mine from which ore is removed for use in the production of the elemental phosphorus. Just east of the plant, Monsanto operates a silica quarry in which material is mined for use as a fluxing agent in the electric arc furnaces within the plant. In Rock Springs, WY, Monsanto operates a coal calciner which produces the coke used in the mineral processing portion (furnaces) of the plant.

As the Quality Compliance Engineer/Sr. Environmental Regulatory Specialist/Manager for the Environmental, Safety & Health (ESH) group, I was an owner for the DOT, RCRA, CAA, CWA, CERCLA, and SARA environmental compliance activities at Soda Springs and Rock Springs plants. In this capacity, I:

Ensured compliance with all applicable local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulatory requirements including corporate EHS policies and procedures;

Ensured compliance with all applicable global regulatory requirements, specifically shipping and labeling;

Interacted with sister facilities, globally, to develop and strengthen corporate policies and procedures’

Helped respond to/negotiate Notices of Violation (NOV) and Consent Orders involving past plant and mine operations;

Managed and facilitated EHS functions to provide required support to manufacturing and mining departments and to stay in alignment with VPP and RC 14001 standards;

Compiled and interpreted all internal and external EHS reporting requirements and ensured that they have been met (including SARA 311/312/313, ID Annual Generators Report, EPA Biennial Report, CAA Title V monthly/quarterly/semi-annual/annual reports, Emissions inventories, SO2/GHG reporting, CERCLA groundwater monitoring reports, NPDES DMRs, SPCC/SWPPP reporting, TSCA reporting, DOT reports, internal corporate reports)

Coordinated, justified, and implemented continuous improvement initiatives;

Provide senior expert advice in safety and environmental compliance and management;

Participate in quarterly reviews of quality issues and concerns;

Provide environmental research, review, and approval for MOC issues;

Developed, produced, and delivered DOT, CWA, CAA and RCRA training seminars

Developed and implemented a comprehensive waste management plan which includes plant wide waste management guidelines, waste accumulation and tracking protocols, manifest management procedures, and waste minimization protocols;

Kept manufacturing/mining managers and employees alerted as to the hazards of working with toxic fumes, dangerous chemicals, and other hazardous substances; helping to identify less hazardous replacement products, and assisting in the implementation of those replacements;

Provided coordination and oversight to contractors for project processes, schedules, budgets, estimating, labor resources, transportation logistics, and security;

Help develop annual environmental and safety budget and performance goals;

Performed waste characterizations on the approximately 300 separate waste streams produced by this plant;

Developed and implemented a plant-wide sampling strategy and decontamination procedures;

Helped spearhead a successful plant and employee recycling program involving not only consumer recyclables but also hazardous materials/wastes recycling within the plant;

Managed and saw through to completion a design-build project for the plant’s less than 90-day waste storage and treatment facility;

Lead an environmental stewardship/sustainability team to bring the members of the administration and plant operations together to work towards better environmental compliance for the plant; develop a sustainability baseline; and track projects/endeavors which are geared to making our facility more sustainable financially, socially, and environmentally while continuing to optimize business practices; and report those endeavors to the GRI system;

Been responsible for keeping up with changing regulations and putting together teams to determine whether such rules/regulations will apply to the facilities and how best to plan and incorporate any changes to operations;

Been responsible for scheduling state and Federal legislators into the plants to present our case for/against pending legislation

Responsible for managing direct and indirect reports;

Interacted with and handled/managed all local, state, and federal regulatory agency visits/inspections to the plants [includes USEPA Regions 8 and 10, Idaho and Wyoming DEQ, Federal Aviation Association (FAA), OSHA, Caribou County Health Department, Sweetwater County Fire Department, Federal Railroad Association (FRA)and DOT];

Responsible for Title V CAA activities involving our current Tier I and II permits at both the Soda Springs and Rock Springs as well as keeping abreast of additional, potentially-regulated sources and working to permit new major and minor projects at both plants;

Overseen and managed three (4) on-site landfills, hazardous waste storage facility, and numerous satellite accumulation points within the plants;

Been responsible for keeping apprised of the local Indian tribes policy-making decisions concerning issues of waste generation and transportation of waste across tribal owned lands and trust lands;

Been responsible for representing Monsanto’s ESH Department in community and state business fairs, community environmental fairs and children’s events, industrial events, safety events, recycling seminars and programs, and waste management seminars;

Helped implement and maintain quality sampling/analysis procedures, CERCLA sampling and analysis procedures (for our mine Superfund sites);

Helped develop and maintain the plant’s RC14001 certified EMS; serve as lead auditor for the plant and as a corporate environmental auditor for all of Monsanto;

Serve “on call” 24 hours/day for emergency response and releases;

Oversight as DOT Lead for all activities related to the transportation of hazardous materials (coming into the plant as well as leaving the plant) and hazardous wastes via both truck and rail.

Been CMR for on-site contractors.

Managed the quality compliance activities for both plants, the mines, and the quarry. This includes insuring that ISO 9001 certification was maintained; scheduling and performing quality audits; assembling teams to manage production and product specification issues and participating in the corporate quality steering team.

I have also been heavily involved in the company’s Behavior Based Safety (BBS) program as a safety observer and trainer. I participate as an environmental and safety trainer in the mandatory plant wide monthly safety meetings. I have been a participant in PHA’s for the company’s PSM program. I am the company’s lead facilitator for incident analysis (using the TapRoot® method) as well as the on-site trainer for all members of the incident analysis teams. I lead incident analysis investigations (both near misses as well as recordable injuries and reportable spills) for root cause determinations and trend them too proactively in an effort to prevent recurrence and develop continuous improvement goals.

I am responsible for the site’s highway transportation security plan and responding to inquiries about rail and highway transportation.

Independent Contractor – March 2007 to the present

I am the owner of 3 Seasons Environmental, a woman-owned environmental compliance, auditing, and permitting firm. The services that we perform for our clients involve:

CAA/CWA permitting and permit compliance reporting

RCRA waste management and annual reporting

SARA 311/312/313 annual reporting

Compiling emission inventories

Environmental Training

Environmental Auditing

Designing/implementing environmental management systems to comply with RC14001 and ISO14001 requirements

Our client list includes:

Bingham County, Blackfoot, ID

Classic Truck Collision Center, Idaho Falls, ID

Cavalier Ink, Richmond, VA

Fergusson Enterprises, Richmond, VA

Enumclaw Insurance Group, ID/OR/WA/CA

Kemron Environmental Services, Atlanta, GA

LATA, Albuquerque, NM

USEPA Regions II, III, and V

Earth Tech – June 1990 to March 2007 Environmental Professional/Manager VII

Prior to joining Monsanto, I worked for Earth Tech, a nationwide environmental consulting company. For almost 17 years, I was responsible for managing all activities related to the identification, characterization, treatment, storage, transportation and disposal of wastes generated by Earth Tech's private, commercial, state, and Federal clients.

Most of the projects I managed were in support of the Emergency Response and Removal Branch (ERRB) of the USEPA in Regions II, III, IV, V, and VI. These activities included:

managing a group of 3-10 site personnel (equipment operators, laborers & mechanics);

coordinating contracts for different services and managing subcontractor personnel while on site;

adherence to company policy (SOPs) for safety and hazardous chemical handling

developing, implementing, and carrying out site- and chemical-specific health & safety and field sampling plans;

determining analytical parameters for wastes encountered on sites and arranging for laboratory analysis and/or performing characterization in the field;

review of laboratory analytical results against regulations for determining applicable waste codes as mandated by Federal and state agencies;

obtaining all applicable treatment and working permits and access agreements prior to waste removal/remediation;

determining and implementing treatment methods/technologies based upon analytical results and regulatory review;

coordinating competitive pricing for any off-site disposal activities via government-approved purchasing methods;

profiling, manifesting, and scheduling the off-site transportation of both hazardous and nonhazardous or special wastes;

organizing/attending public meetings involving the projects;

filing all applicable annual reports with state and Federal agencies for wastes managed on each sites ;

operating each site within a specified budget and pre-set timeframe.

In addition to the work performed for Superfund, I was also responsible for the RCRA, SARA, and CERCLA compliance activities for several manufacturing businesses and municipalities in the Richmond, Virginia, metropolitan area. These compliance activities involved performing a complete facility/business audit for each client/site; performing any remedial activities to bring the site into compliance; and then monitoring compliance for the remainder of the contract term. These activities involved OSHA, DOT, and various EPA-required training sessions for the client's employees, regular environmental inspections, all record keeping and reporting requirements for the clients, as well as any waste transportation and disposal needs.

During my time with Earth Tech, I did not report to an office. My home was equipped for telecommuting when I was not on a specific job site.

Project Summaries for Earth Tech

Superfund Removal Actions

USEPA - Regions I, II, III, IV, V, and VI, ERCS/ERRS Contracts, Various Locations. Environmental compliance coordinator for the cleanup, transportation and off-site/on-site disposal activities at more than 100 sites throughout a 20-state area. [06/1990 – 03/2007]

USEPA - Region III, ERCS/ERRS, Abandoned Drum Site, Baltimore, Maryland. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling and field characterization plans for the identification and ultimate disposal of approximately 30,000 drums containing various wastes.

USEPA - Regions II, III, IV, V, and VI, Electroplating Sites, Various Locations. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling, field characterization, and on-site and off-site treatment strategies for W & G Electroplating Site in Boothesville, West Virginia; Hampton Industrial Plating Site in Tabb, Virginia; Columbia Plating Site in Columbia, Pennsylvania; NVF Site in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania; Supreme Finishing Site in Durham, North Carolina, APF Industries Site in St. Petersburg, Florida, UDO Finishing, Edison, New Jersey; Tilton Plating, Tilton, Illinois; R & R Sales, Chicago, Illinois; Allied Electroplating, Eupora, Mississippi; C & D Plating; Albany, New York; Quartermaster Stripping, North Carolina; Custom Plating, Bulch Springs, Texas; HS Finishing, Brooklyn, New York; Genzale Plating, Long Island, New York; C & F Plating, Albany, New York; and H.M. Quackenbush, Herkimer, New York. On-site treatment at these sites included over 200,000 gallons of wastewater and more than 60,000 gallons of sludge requiring solidification and treatment. Off-site treatment and disposal at these sites included drummed wastes (cyanides, caustics, acids, flammables/combustibles, metals) and bulk wastes (water, sludge and solids) requiring neutralization, deep well injection, stabilization, and incineration.

USEPA - Regions II, III, IV, and V, PCB Sites, Various Locations. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling, field characterization and off-site treatment strategies for New Waterbury Limited Site, Waterbury, Connecticut; O'Brien Machinery Site, Downingtown, Pennsylvania; Falkenstein Company Site, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Exeter PCB Site, Hopewell, Virginia; Tennessee Avenue Site, Big Stone Gap, Virginia; Keller Foundry Site, Knoxville, Tennessee; Doc's Auto Salvage, Illinois; 76th and Albany, Chicago, Illinois; Bossert Manufacturing, New York; and Saratoga Radar Station Site, Stillwater, New York; Cornell Dublier, S. Plainfield, New Jersey. Wastes requiring disposal include transformers of all sizes, capacitors, switch gears, oils, and contaminated water, soil and sludge. Doc's Auto Salvage and 76th and Albany involved the on-site treatment and off-site disposal of PCB-contaminated autofluff.

USEPA - Regions II, III, IV and VI, Radiation Source Sites, Various Locations Arranged for the packaging and off-site transportation of small, drummed quantities of low level radioactive wastes for Wheeling Scrap Rad Source Site, Wheeling, West Virginia; Beaumont Glass Site, Morgantown, West Virginia; Iredell County Rad Site, South Carolina; Li Tungsten Site, New York, New York; and World Trade Center, New York, New York; and Webster-Gulf Nuclear, Webster, Texas. Webster-Gulf Nuclear involved the packaging and off-site transportation via truck of large quantities (approximately 1000 tons) of contaminated soil and debris to Envirocare in Utah via railcar.

USEPA - Region III, Low-Level Radiation Site, Lansdowne, Pennsylvania. Arranged for the packaging and off-site transportation of low level radioactive wastes and the demolition of approximately a dozen contaminated homes and the removal of 10,000 tons of contaminated soil and demolition debris.

USEPA - Region IV, Pesticide cleanup in private homes, Tennessee and Mississippi. Arranged for and managed the off-site transportation and disposal of debris and soil from over 100 homes and trailers contaminated with methyl parathion, including Memphis Pesticide Site, Memphis, Tennessee; Jackson County Pesticide Site, Hattiesburg/Jackson, Mississippi; and Pascagoula Pesticide Site, Pascagoula, Mississippi.

USEPA – Region VI, Radiation Site, St. Gabriel, Louisiana. Arranged for and managed the off-site transportation and disposal of approximately 5000 tons of cesium-137 and thorium-contaminated soil from a residential area. This soil was transported via railcar to Envirocare in Utah. Also arranged for the off-site transportation and disposal of mixed RCRA (lead) and radioactive waste from this site in drums to the same facility.

USEPA Regions II, III, and IV, Wood Treating Facilities, Various Locations. Arranged and managed the on-site treatment of water contaminated by wood treatment products (creosote, CCA, and pentachlorophenol) at GCL Tie and Treating Site, Sidney, New York; Southern International Wood Site, Miller's Tavern, Virginia; Escambia-Brunswick Site, Brunswick, Georgia; Fullco Lumber Site, Haleyville, Alabama, American Creosote, Louisville, Mississippi; Henry Wood Preserving, Hampton, South Carolina. Arranged and managed the off-site treatment and disposal of large quantities of wood treatment sludges, usable product and over 50,000 tons of contaminated soils. Also managed the off-site treatment and disposal of various drummed wastes found at these sites. Once gross contamination was removed, oversaw long-term groundwater and deep soil remediation.

USEPA - Region IV, Contaminated Soil Site, Memphis, Tennessee. Arranged and managed the on-site stabilization of approximately 8,000 tons of lead-contaminated soil and then arranged and managed the off-site transportation and disposal of that soil.

USEPA - Region III, Abandoned Drum Site, Upper Black Eddy, Pennsylvania. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling and field characterization plans for the identification and subsequent removal of over 2,000 buried drums. Also arranged and managed the off-site transportation and treatment/disposal of over 10,000 tons of metals and volatiles-contaminated soils.

USEPA - Regions II, III, IV and V, Fine Petroleum/Mariner Hi-Tech Site, Norfolk, Virginia, Tri-City Tire, Wakefield Virginia; Orchard Lane, Georgia; Saratoga Radar Station Site, Stillwater, New York; Smith Chemical, Canton, Ohio; and Decorative Surfaces International, Columbus, Ohio. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling and field characterization plans for the identification and subsequent disposal of more than 2000 drums of paint-related wastes and various other wastes in drummed quantities. Arranged and managed the off-site transportation and disposal of more than 3,000 tons of metals-contaminated soils.

USEPA - Region III, Former Coking Facility, Fairmont, West Virginia. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling plan involving the remediation of two treatment lagoons, one landfill and numerous treatment vessels/buildings at this former coke refining plant. Managed the solidification of more than 25,000 tons of sludge and the off-site transportation and disposal of the solidified material.

USEPA - Region IV, Former Pesticide Manufacturers/Distributors, Various Locations. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling and field characterization of wastes containing the pesticides aldrin, endrin, toxaphene, and DDT. Arranged and managed the off-site transportation and disposal of approximately 5,000 tons of pesticide-contaminated soil for Coleman-Evans Site, Whitehouse, Florida; Creotox Site, Memphis, Tennessee; and Gurley Pesticides Site, North Carolina.

USEPA - Regions II, IV, and VI, Petroleum-Contaminated Sites, Various Locations. Designed the sampling plans and field characterization plans for former underground and aboveground storage tank facilities and refineries, including Fred Ramsey Tank Site, Valdosta, Georgia; Bill John's Waste Oil, Jacksonville, Florida; Old ATC Refinery, Wilmington, North Carolina; IPC Waste Oil, Jackson, Mississippi; Barnes & Bounds Oil Spill, Greensboro, North Carolina; Town Creek Oil Spill, Chatsworth, Georgia; Goldsboro Kerosene Spill, Greensboro, North Carolina; Goose Pond Marina, Scotville, Alabama; Northside Mall, Decatur, Alabama; Goins Waste Oil Site, Georgia; Island Cove Marina Site, Chattanooga, Tennessee; Toe River Oil Spill, Asheville, North Carolina, Rabbit Creek Oil Spill, Mobile, Alabama; Laurel Marina Gasoline Spill, Johnson City, Tennessee; Hurricane Creek Oil Spill, LaVergne, Tennessee; Crude Oil Spill, Grand Cane, Louisiana; Edison Oil, Edison, New Jersey; and Tranguch Gasoline in Hazleton, Pennsylvania. Arranged and managed the off-site treatment/recycling and disposal of over 200,000 gallons of product wastes; 200,000 gallons of product sludges; 10,000 gallons of PCB waste oils/sludges; and 15,000 tons of contaminated soils. Work on the Old ATC Refinery site included addressing water and soils contaminated with tetraethyl lead. Work at IPC Waste Oil included on-site treatment and disposal of approximately 20,000 gallons of contaminated water and on-site dewatering of approximately 20,000 gallons of petroleum sludges.

USEPA – Regions II and III, Well Plugging Site, Various Locations. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling plans and field characterizations of water and soil wastes generated during the final process of “plugging” oil wells that were no longer productive. These sites were scattered through central and northeastern Pennsylvania and in upstate New York.

USEPA - Regions II and IV, Hexagon Labs, Bronx, New York, and Sun Laboratories Site, Atlanta, Georgia. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling plans and field characterization plans for these former pharmaceutical laboratory facilities. Oversaw the subsequent building demolition.

USEPA - Region II, Raeco Site, Rochester, New York. Designed, managed, and implemented the field sampling and characterization plans for this abandoned drum dump, where more than 1,000 drums were characterized with most of them being oxidizers, peroxides, and cyanides. Arranged and managed the off-site transportation and disposal of these wastes.

USEPA - Region III, Beaumont Glass, Morgantown, West Virginia. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling and characterization plans for more than 400 drums containing wastes/products from this former glass manufacturing facility. Arranged and managed the off-site transportation of these wastes.

USEPA - Regions III, IV, and V, Metals Contaminated Soil Sites, Various Locations. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling plan and arranged for off-site transportation and disposal for over 23000 tons of lead- and arsenic-contaminated soil at these project sites: Tennessee Avenue Site, Big Stone Gap, Virginia; Hamburg Lead, Hamburg, Pennsylvania; Alabama Plating, Birmingham, Alabama; Norris Drive Battery, Chicago, Illinois; Guyton Battery Site and Old Stake Road Battery Site, South Carolina; Ryeland Road, Pennsylvania; Price Battery, Hamburg, Pennsylvania; Kaercher Creek, Hamburg, Pennsylvania; Water Street Battery, Hamburg, Pennsylvania; and Hamburg Berry, Hamburg, Pennsylvania.

USEPA - Region III, Former Zinc Smelting Facility, Palmerton, Pennsylvania. Over a two-year period, arranged and managed the off-site transportation and disposal of soil and debris at residences contaminated with zinc, lead, and cadmium from a former zinc smelting facility.

USEPA - Region II, Former Tanning Facility, West Winfield, New York. Arranged and managed the off-site transportation and disposal of approximately 5,000 cubic yards of asbestos-contaminated demolition debris.

USEPA - Region III, Former Mirror Plating Site, Frackville, Pennsylvania. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling plans for the lagoons and drum dumps at this former mirror plating facility. Arranged and managed the off-site transportation and disposal of these wastes.

USEPA - Region IV, Former Foundry, Knoxville, Tennessee. Arranged and managed wastes at this former foundry, including PCBs, volatiles, acids, scrap metal and contaminated soil and debris.

USEPA - Region IV, Former Tannery, Middlesboro, Kentucky. Arranged and managed wastes at this former tanning facility, including PCBs, volatiles, acids/caustics, metals, and contaminated debris.

USEPA - Region II, Former Plastics Manufacturing Facility, Auburn, New York. Designed, managed, and implemented sampling plan and arranged/managed wastes at this former plastics manufacturing facility. Waste streams included flammables, corrosives, metals-containing wastes, and asbestos.

USEPA - Region II, Former Electroplating Facility, Jersey City, New Jersey. Designed, managed, and implemented sampling plans and arranged/managed wastes at this former metal plating facility. Waste streams included drums (flammables, corrosives, metals-containing wastes, lab packs, and reactives), lead and PCB-contaminated soil (approximately 10,000 tons), and hazardous and nonhazardous contaminated debris (approximately 3000 cubic yards).

USEPA - Region IV, Former Salvage Yard, Georgia. Arranged and managed off-site treatment/disposal of bulk wastes at this former salvage yard. Waste included soil and debris. Also arranged for recycling of numerous Freon cylinders.

USEPA - Region II, World Trade Center, New York City, New York. Arranged and managed off-site treatment/disposal of drummed wastes, labpack materials, cylinders, radioactive waste, and bulk oil-contaminated soil and debris at the site of the former World Trade Center.

USEPA - Region IV, Former Chemical Distribution Facility, Mobile, Alabama. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling plan and arranged/managed the off-site treatment and disposal of drummed wastes, labpack materials, and contaminated soil (5000 tons) and debris (1000 yards) from this former concrete curing facility.

USEPA - Region III, Starlight Lane Tire Fire, Roanoke, Virginia. Designed, managed, and implemented the sampling plan and arranged/managed the off-site disposal of almost 5000 cubic yards of soil/debris generated at an uncontrolled tire fire. Also arranged/managed the off-site disposal of approximately 20 drummed wastes found at this site.

USEPA - Region IV and V, Various Mercury Spill Sites. Arranged and managed wastes resulting

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