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Erin Abel is a Project Manager with experience in environmental services.

    • Erin Abel is a Project Manager with experience in environmental services.

Tony Aguilar is a project manager in our Field Services Operations, Maintenance and Monitoring (OM&M) Division. He is located in the Los Angeles/Ventura area.

    • Mr. Aguilar is a project manager in our Field Services Operations, Maintenance and Monitoring (OM&M) Division. He is located in the Los Angeles/Ventura area.

Ms. Aguirre works with various permitting mechanisms, including New Source Review (NSR) permits, permits-by-rule (PBR), and standard permits. She prepares various engineering plans, calculations, surveys, and air compliance and permitting applications and is experienced with Civil3D software to assist in CAD design.

    • Ms. Aguirre is responsible for assisting with preparation of various engineering plans, calculations, surveys, and air compliance and permitting applications. She also has experience with Civil3D software to assist in CAD design. Ms. Aguirre works with various permitting mechanisms, including New Source Review (NSR) permits, permits-by-rule (PBR), and standard permits. Her experience includes multiple air permitting projects through the “standard permit” and PBR mechanisms; assisting with emissions calculations, preparing site layout maps, completing requisite forms, and regulatory compliance. Additional experience includes Title V operating permits and greenhouse gas reporting projects, as required by U.S. EPA rules. In this capacity, she has in-depth familiarity with the New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) and National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPS) program under 40 CFR 61 and 63; Title V compliance reporting; and emissions inventory reporting. She assists with NSPS Tier 2 sampling and analysis reports.

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Ray Al Ayass is responsible for the operations and maintenance of a client’s landfill gas collection and control system as well as the liquids management system. He also manages construction activities and upgrades to the gas system and main headers, and is responsible for the flare station maintenance and modifications.

    • He has two decades of experience in LFG control and recovery, including flare construction, GCCS construction, non-routine repair, and emergency call-out response. He is responsible for the operations and maintenance of a large landfill’s site gas collection and control system as well as the liquid management system. He oversees many phases of project construction, including development, management, and oversight of field construction, and for preparation and installation of extraction wells, monitoring wells, condensate collection, containment facilities, leachate control and disposal facilities, and blower/flare stations.
      Prior experience includes process hazard identification and loss prevention engineering for oil & gas projects.

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Laila Al-Khalaf, EIT, provides engineering support services for design, permitting, site inspection, and reporting for solid waste engineering and landfill gas all around the southeast region of the United States. She has a Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering

    • Ms. Al-Khalaf provides engineering support services for design, permitting, site inspection, and reporting for solid waste engineering and landfill gas all around the southeast region.
      Prior to joining SCS, she was a project engineer at a civil firm focused on land development, including permitting, site layout design, and wastewater, water and stormwater design.

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Dr. Erik Anderson is a Senior Project Manager for our Energy division and our National Expert on Anaerobic Digestion. He is experienced in engineering and process design in the renewable fuels sector, including anaerobic digestion, pyrolysis to syn-gas generation, and zero-liquid discharge technologies. He has conducted on projects from initial concept development through front-end engineering design and construction management. His experience includes modeling of renewable energy technologies for economic comparison or life-cycle analysis. He has several U.S. patents related to bio energy.

    • Dr. Erik Anderson is a Senior Project Manager for our Energy division and our National Expert on Anaerobic Digestion. He is experienced in engineering and process design in the renewable fuels sector, including anaerobic digestion, pyrolysis to syn-gas generation, and zero-liquid discharge technologies. He has conducted on projects from initial concept development through front-end engineering design and construction management. His experience includes modeling of renewable energy technologies for economic comparison or life-cycle analysis.
      Erik is named inventor on several U.S. patents related to bio energy and served as commissioner on the National Biodiesel Accreditation Committee from 2014-2021.
      Contact Erik at 920-915-8580 or

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Ms. Andrews has been working in the environmental consulting and environmental education fields since 2001. Her experience as an environmental scientist and sampler covers a variety of projects sites, including industrial hazardous waste facilities, petroleum impacted sites, and landfills. Her project experience includes soil and groundwater sampling using a variety of methods, including low-flow purge sampling, CQA for well installations and abandonments, remediation system installation and removal, remediation system operations and maintenance, site assessment, and tank cleaning and inspection.

    • Ms. Andrews has been working in the environmental consulting and environmental education fields since 2001. Her experience as an environmental scientist and sampler covers a variety of projects sites, including industrial hazardous waste facilities, petroleum impacted sites, and landfills. Her project experience includes soil and groundwater sampling using a variety of methods, including low-flow purge sampling, CQA for well installations and abandonments, remediation system installation and removal, remediation system operations and maintenance, site assessment, and tank cleaning and inspection.
      Ms. Andrews is the lead environmental sampler and field coordinator for the SCS Portland office’s portfolio of landfill and storm water environmental monitoring projects. She also performs Phase I environmental site assessments and analytical data management.

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Rob Andrews has nearly 15 years of experience as an environmental professional and is experienced in operation, monitoring, and maintenance (OM&M) of landfill gas (LFG) systems and field activities related to liquids and gas sampling and monitoring. He provides LFG well monitoring, extraction well balancing and adjustment, blower/flare station data collection and adjustment/maintenance, condensate system/sump maintenance, groundwater well monitoring and sampling and database management. Rob performs non-routine scheduled repairs and emergency call responses (leaks, well extensions, pipe repairs, etc.), and he as provides maintenance and repairs on extraction pumps, pneumatic condensate injection pumps, pneumatic condensate sump pumps, air compressors and electrical components. He troubleshoots complex problems associated with LFG collection, flaring and detection systems.

    • Rob Andrews has nearly 15 years of experience as an environmental professional and is experienced in operation, monitoring, and maintenance (OM&M) of landfill gas (LFG) systems and field activities related to liquids and gas sampling and monitoring. He provides LFG well monitoring, extraction well balancing and adjustment, blower/flare station data collection and adjustment/maintenance, condensate system/sump maintenance, groundwater well monitoring and sampling and database management. Rob performs non-routine scheduled repairs and emergency call responses (leaks, well extensions, pipe repairs, etc.), and he as provides maintenance and repairs on extraction pumps, pneumatic condensate injection pumps, pneumatic condensate sump pumps, air compressors and electrical components. He troubleshoots complex problems associated with LFG collection, flaring and detection systems.

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Ms. Apolinar is a Project Professional responsible for providing environmental support for projects in the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions. She has 8 years of experience using ESRI GIS products as well as experience using open-source QGIS software. Since joining SCS in June 2018, she has completed Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), HUD-level environmental assessments (EAs), tank decommissions, remediation assistance, and other environmental projects for municipal and private clients.

    • Ms. Apolinar is a Project Professional responsible for providing environmental support for projects in the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions. She has 8 years of experience using ESRI GIS products as well as experience using open-source QGIS software. Since joining SCS in June 2018, she has completed Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), HUD-level environmental assessments (EAs), tank decommissions, remediation assistance, and other environmental projects for municipal and private clients.

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Jon Archibald, PE, is a Project Director with over 25 years of experience. He has strong expertise in the leadership of multidisciplinary design teams, storm water facility design, site civil engineering, and capital project execution. Jon has served clients in the solid waste, municipal, aviation, military, high tech, hydroelectric, and flood risk sectors.

    • Jon Archibald, PE, is a Project Director with over 25 years of experience. He has strong expertise in the leadership of multidisciplinary design teams, storm water facility design, site civil engineering, and capital project execution. Jon has served clients in the solid waste, municipal, aviation, military, high tech, hydroelectric, and flood risk sectors.
      He successfully delivered several capital programs as a public works project manager for the City of Oregon City, OR. He has also assisted public agencies as an owner’s engineer. His combination of public and private experience helps foster collaboration on challenging design and permitting efforts.
      Jon has delivered dozens of successful civil and water resource projects in the Pacific Northwest, California, and Alaska. Projects have included site civil infrastructure, private and public utility design, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling studies, and design and accreditation of flood control systems.

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Mr. Ard is experienced in landfill gas collection system design, construction-phase services, and air and solid waste permitting. He specializes in Clean Air Act compliance for landfills and landfill gas collection and control system design. He has assisted with the preparation of several landfill permit modifications and gas collection and control system (GCCS) design plans. Mr. Ard has conducted air-related projects in Texas, Louisiana, and New Mexico.

    • Mr. Ard is experienced in landfill gas collection system design, construction-phase services, and air and solid waste permitting. Experience includes NSPS, Title V, GCCS, and solid waste permitting. He specializes in Clean Air Act compliance for landfills and landfill gas collection and control system design. He has assisted with the preparation of several landfill permit modifications and gas collection and control system (GCCS) design plans. Mr. Ard has conducted air-related projects in Texas, Louisiana, and New Mexico.

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Ken Armentrout, PE, is a Project Director and our National Expert for Transfer Stations. He is a project engineer for a variety of engineering projects involving transfer stations, household hazardous wastes, stormwater management, landfill, LFG and LFG-to-energy, and aerated static pile composting facilities. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Virginia.

    • Mr. Armentrout, PE, is a Project Director and our National Expert for Transfer Stations. He is a project engineer with experience on a wide variety of engineering projects involving transfer stations, household hazardous wastes, stormwater management, landfill, LFG and LFG-to-energy, and aerated static pile composting facilities. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Virginia. Mr. Armentrout is also a SWANA accredited Technical Associate for the Managing Transfer Stations course.
      Ken may be reached at 571-353-2001 or

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Trent Arney, PE, provides solid waste management services for numerous sites, with an emphasis on Hillsborough Southeast County Landfill in Florida. He also is involved in the Organics Management initiative and has completed numerous trainings and presentations on the topic. His primary services include solid waste permitting, cost assessment, field data collection and evaluation, landfill liquid assessment and monitoring, stormwater permitting review, assistance, application, landfill cell and closure design, and composting education.

    • Trent Arney, PE, provides solid waste management services for numerous sites, with an emphasis on Hillsborough Southeast County Landfill in Florida. He also is involved in the Organics Management initiative and has completed numerous trainings and presentations on the topic. His primary services include solid waste permitting, cost assessment, field data collection and evaluation, landfill liquid assessment and monitoring, stormwater permitting review, assistance, application, landfill cell and closure design, and composting education.

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Jeffrey Arrington, PE, is a project manager with over 30 years of broad-based engineering experience in Texas, including over 20 years of solid waste planning, permitting, design and construction management.

    • Mr. Arrington is a professional engineer and project manager with over 30 years of broad-based engineering experience in Texas, including over 20 years of solid waste planning, permitting, design and construction management. Mr. Arrington’s solid waste projects include citizen convenience centers, transfer stations, landfills, composting facilities and solid waste processing facilities. He also has significant experience in preparation of plans and specifications for citizen convenience centers and transfer stations, as well as landfill cell construction, drainage structures, roads utilities and waste processing and recycling facilities. Mr. Arrington has participated in the preparation of numerous solid waste plans in Texas and has supervised personnel involved in all areas of solid waste management from planning, site work and design to construction administration. Mr. Arrington also has extensive experience working with the TCEQ and USEPA on solid waste permitting projects.

Ms. Aumann is a Project Professional in our southeast region. She is experienced in implementing and providing GIS support services for a variety of projects in environmental services and landfill gas and design practices to the southeast region and nationwide. Brooke’s specialty is streamlining workflows and development of tools through GIS to provide efficiency and enhance decision making processes. Responsibilities include data management, data creation, spatial analysis, data research and collection, map production, GPS data collection, and creating web based maps and applications.

    • Ms. Aumann is a Project Professional in our southeast region. She is experienced in implementing and providing GIS support services for a variety of projects in environmental services and landfill gas and design practices to the southeast region and nationwide. Brooke’s specialty is streamlining workflows and development of tools through GIS to provide efficiency and enhance decision making processes. Responsibilities include data management, data creation, spatial analysis, data research and collection, map production, GPS data collection, and creating web based maps and applications. Projects experience includes feasibility studies, land use and transportation planning, Phase I and II environmental site assessments, remedial action plans, facility siting studies, permitting, design, and construction services.

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Carol Austin, GIT, is an experienced environmental compliance coordinator with expertise in environmental planning and assessments. She has over a decade of experience conducting subsurface soil and groundwater investigations for Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments, preparation and implementation of NPDES and BPM plans, implementation of Title V permit and MACT compliance requirements and testing, preparation of groundwater contour and flow maps, compliance sampling, and subsurface investigations.

    • Carol Austin, GIT, is an experienced environmental compliance coordinator with expertise in environmental planning and assessments. She has over a decade of experience conducting subsurface soil and groundwater investigations for Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessments, preparation and implementation of NPDES and BPM plans, implementation of Title V permit and MACT compliance requirements and testing, preparation of groundwater contour and flow maps, compliance sampling, and subsurface investigations.
      She has been involved with hundreds of subsurface investigations involving petroleum products, metals, pesticides, and polychlorinated biphenyls in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.
      Additional experience includes compliance activities for 15 sawmills including Title V reporting, testing and renewal; MACT reporting, testing and renewal; NPDES sampling, reporting and renewal; BMP documentation, reporting and renewal; and sustainability development and planning.

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