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Mr. Caamano-Ramos is a Project Professional in our Boca Raton, Florida, office. He has several years of experience overseeing contractors in charge of the City of Quito, Ecuador’s landfill, transfer station, and medical waste collection operations. His experience includes air monitoring, environmental assessment studies, ecotoxicology, health and safety, odor control, leachate management, and public procurement and contract administration.

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    • Mr. Caamano-Ramos is a Project Professional in our Boca Raton, Florida, office. He has several years of experience overseeing contractors in charge of the City of Quito, Ecuador’s landfill, transfer station, and medical waste collection operations. His experience includes air monitoring, environmental assessment studies, ecotoxicology, health and safety, odor control, leachate management, and public procurement and contract administration.

Mr. Calmes is a Project Manager for our OM&M Division in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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    • Mr. Calmes is a Project Manager for our OM&M Division in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Mr. Carlyle is a Project Manager in our tracer division. He works in our Minnesota office.

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    • Mr. Carlyle is a Project Manager in our tracer division. He works in our Minnesota office.

Pete Carrico
Senior Vice President/Assistant Business Unit Director/National Expert on Liquids Management
Reston, VA
National Expert: Liquids Management
O. (571) 353-2034

Mr. Carrico is a Senior Vice President and one of our National Experts on Liquids Management. He has over 35 years of experience with SCS Field Services (a division of SCS Engineers) in the operation, maintenance, and monitoring (OM&M) of landfill gas (LFG) management systems. This experience has ranged from hands-on, technical fieldwork to management of field teams performing routine and non-routine LFG system operations and maintenance. Mr. Carrico is also the Assistant Director of our OM&M Division.

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    • Mr. Carrico is a Senior Vice President and one of our National Experts on Liquids Management. He has over 35 years of experience with SCS Field Services (a division of SCS Engineers) in the operation, maintenance, and monitoring (OM&M) of landfill gas (LFG) management systems. This experience has ranged from hands-on, technical fieldwork to management of field teams performing routine and non-routine LFG system operations and maintenance. Mr. Carrico has written and prepared site-specific O&M manuals, site assessment and investigation reports, and routine project status reports. Mr. Carrico is also the Assistant Director of our OM&M Division.
      As the Assistant Office Director for SCS Field Services’ Operation, Monitoring and Maintenance Business Unit, Mr. Carrico provides leadership and management of the Business Unit’s Eastern United States operations, including some 100 employees working on over 250 projects. These projects represent a variety of different LFG control and recovery systems for both regulatory compliance and energy use, including vertical and horizontal gas extraction, air injection, open and enclosed flaring systems, electronic gas detection systems, and remote LFG data collection. Mr. Carrico’s experience provides SCS-FS with a practical, hands-on management capability for a wide range of projects.
      His past projects include the Medley Landfill in Medley, FL; the Old Dominion and King and Queen Landfills near Richmond, VA; the East Carolina Landfill in Aulander, NC; the Prince William County Landfill near Manassas, VA; the Brunswick Landfill in Lawrenceville, VA; and the Stafford County Landfill in Stafford, VA. These projects represent a variety of different LFG control and recovery systems for both regulatory compliance and energy use, including vertical and horizontal gas extraction, air injection, open and enclosed flaring systems, electronic gas detection systems, and remote LFG data collection. Mr. Carrico’s experience provides SCS-FS with a practical, hands-on management capability for a wide range of projects.
      Concurrent with project management responsibilities, Mr. Carrico helped develop SCSeTools® for compiling, reporting, and using collected data for operations and investment. Other relevant experience has included conducting LFG training seminars for employees and clients, and participation as an instructor and presenter in LFG industry seminars and symposiums.
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Mr. Carrillo is the Director of SCS’s Remote Monitoring and Control (RMC) systems and is SCS’s National Expert on RMC. He has nearly 20 years of experience in groundwater control and monitoring systems (GWCMS), water supply systems (WSS), solid waste and landfill gas (LFG) management, including remote monitoring, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), control systems, and the operation and maintenance (O&M) of LFG collection and treatment systems (LFGCCSs).

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    • Mr. Carrillo is the Director of SCS’s Remote Monitoring and Control (RMC) systems and is SCS’s National Expert on RMC. He has nearly 20 years of experience in groundwater control and monitoring systems (GWCMS), water supply systems (WSS), solid waste and landfill gas (LFG) management, including remote monitoring, Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), control systems, and the operation and maintenance (O&M) of LFG collection and treatment systems (LFGCCSs).
      Mr. Carrillo has managed all aspects of LFGCCSs, including wellfields and flares, and LFG-to-energy (LFGE) controls, design, O&M, and construction management. His unique combination of field operations management experience and control systems technical expertise adds tremendous value to any SCS team assigned to an OM&M project.
      Mr. Carrillo has designed over 110 remote monitoring and SCADA systems that had comprehensive control logic (Programmable Logic Controllers [PLCs]) and Human Machine Interface (HMI) capabilities. He understands the complex issues that must be addressed to optimize LFG system performance and to maintain regulatory compliance. He has performed, installed, and repaired LFG control systems, and has been responsible for implementing upgrades to computer and communication systems vital to compliance management. This has included troubleshooting system components, coordinating with field technical personnel, interfacing with vendors and landfill operations personnel, ordering materials and equipment, and overseeing LFGCCS repairs and upgrades.
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Mr. Cartee is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and is a Regional Manager for our OM&M Division. He has over two decades of experience in landfill gas (LFG) system operations monitoring, maintenance, migration control and recovery projects, and NSPS compliance, and construction. Field responsibilities have included routine testing, monitoring, and maintenance; repair of LFG collection headers, extraction wells, and blower/flare facilities; and minor construction.

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    • Mr. Cartee is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and is a Regional Manager for our OM&M Division. He has over two decades of experience in landfill gas (LFG) system operations monitoring, maintenance, migration control and recovery projects, and NSPS compliance, and construction. Field responsibilities have included routine testing, monitoring, and maintenance; repair of LFG collection headers, extraction wells, and blower/flare facilities; and minor construction. Additionally, Mr. Cartee performs non-routine troubleshooting and repairs as well as emergency response services. As the Subregion Manager in the Carolinas, Mr. Cartee is routinely involved with work scope implementation, scheduling of field technicians, data review, interpretation, and assessment and coordination with the Engineers. Responsibilities have included development of computer databases, data entry, report preparation and review, Health & Safety Plan preparation and implementation, and providing support in regulatory compliance; i.e., compliance with Clean Air Act requirements and off-site migration regulations. Mr. Cartee’s construction background includes gas well installation; collection header line trenching and placement (both PVC and HDPE); and installation and startup of blowers, flares, pumps, and compressors. These experiences have included both construction of new and expanded systems and repair and renovation of existing systems.

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Mr. Louis Caruso, LG, LHG, has worked in the environmental sciences field since 1979 in a variety of research and private consulting roles. Mr. Caruso is a project director experienced in, and responsible for, conducting and managing geologic/hydrogeologic investigations, environmental monitoring programs, and soil and groundwater contamination studies at industrial facilities and active and closed solid waste facilities in Oregon, Washington, California, and Alaska.

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    • Mr. Louis Caruso, LG, LHG, has worked in the environmental sciences field since 1979 in a variety of research and private consulting roles. Mr. Caruso is a project director experienced in, and responsible for, conducting and managing geologic/hydrogeologic investigations, environmental monitoring programs, and soil and groundwater contamination studies at industrial facilities and active and closed solid waste facilities in Oregon, Washington, California, and Alaska. Mr. Caruso currently manages the Portland, Oregon, office of SCS Engineers/Field Services, which employs several geologists, environmental scientists, and field service technicians. He is a Licensed Geologist and Hydrogeologist in the State of Washington. Mr. Caruso leads SCS’s Northwest area landfill hydrogeology/environmental compliance group and serves as Client Manager for several of SCS’s large Northwest landfill clients and facilities. Mr. Caruso has worked on a wide range of solid waste related projects, including preparation of environmental monitoring plans, site characterization studies in support of lateral expansion of existing facilities, preliminary assessments, remedial investigation and feasibility study (RI/FS) and Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA) groundwater investigations, landfill gas-related contaminant investigations, and design and installation of compliance monitoring networks at closed and active municipal solid waste (MSW) and construction, demolition and landclearing debris (CDL) landfills in the Northwest. His current responsibilities include designing work scopes, providing technical oversight for projects; assessing, interpreting, and reporting information to clients and agencies; providing senior review of technical reports and work plans; developing and managing project budgets; directing field services staff, environmental scientist, and geologists/hydrogeologists, and working collaboratively with landfill engineers on joint projects.

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Mr. Casey is a Project Director in our Miami, Florida, office. He has a wide range of environmental services involving program planning, design, analysis, compliance and mitigation strategies, and disaster response and recovery services to a variety of private clients in the South Florida area. His experience includes environmental compliance, landfill permitting and development, landfill closure, household hazardous wate management, groundwater and stormwater monitoring, risk assessments, air quality monitoring, landfill gas control system, wastewater treatment plant operations, remedial action plans, and coastal wetlands restoration and monitoring.

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    • Mr. Casey is a Project Director in our Miami, Florida, office. He has a wide range of environmental services involving program planning, design, analysis, compliance and mitigation strategies, and disaster response and recovery services to a variety of private clients in the South Florida area. His experience includes environmental compliance, landfill permitting and development, landfill closure, household hazardous wate management, groundwater and stormwater monitoring, risk assessments, air quality monitoring, landfill gas control system, wastewater treatment plant operations, remedial action plans, and coastal wetlands restoration and monitoring.

Mr. Cashin has over 13 years of experience in operation and maintenance (OM&M) of landfill gas (LFG) collection and control systems. He is currently the SCS Field Services OM&M Mid-Atlantic Project Manager, responsible for direct supervision of wellfield technicians, including data collection and review, and for business development within the region. He has worked on several LFG projects in Virginia and Maryland, performing routine and non-routine O&M tasks.

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    • Mr. Cashin has over 13 years of experience in operation and maintenance (OM&M) of landfill gas (LFG) collection and control systems. He is currently the SCS Field Services OM&M Mid-Atlantic Project Manager, responsible for direct supervision of wellfield technicians, including data collection and review, and for business development within the region. He has worked on several LFG projects in Virginia and Maryland, performing routine and non-routine O&M tasks.
      Routine services provided by Mr. Cashin include regulatory compliance tasks such as testing of monitoring wells, extraction wells, and header lines; blower/flare station data collection; Greenhouse gas data collection; extraction well balancing and adjustment; blower/flare station adjustment and maintenance; and extraction system troubleshooting and repair. He understands and performs surface emission at multiple landfills throughout Virginia. Other work includes non-routine scheduled repair and emergency call-out response.
      Mr. Cashin participates on projects involving operation, calibration, maintenance, and repair of automatic methane gas detection systems. He has experience in troubleshooting problems with LFG collection and detection systems. He is an experienced heavy equipment operator, and can operate many types of equipment.

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Mr. Choomwiset is a Project Manager with 13 years of experience in solid waste engineering. His experience includes landfill design, cell expansion, landfill closure (prescriptive liner systems, evapotranspiration covers, closure turf), permitting, and construction bid document preparation (plan sets, specifications, and Construction Quality Assurance [CQA] plans). He is responsible for construction cost estimation, project/construction management, and hydrology and hydraulic design; leachate collection and removal system (LCRS) design and leachate/liquid impoundment design; remaining airspace calculations (site life), waste fill sequencing, surface impoundments, stormwater management, and site grading. Mr. Choomwiset is a licensed Professional Engineer in California, Arizona, Oregon, and Hawaii.

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    • Mr. Choomwiset is a Project Manager with 13 years of experience in solid waste engineering. His experience includes landfill design, cell expansion, landfill closure (prescriptive liner systems, evapotranspiration covers, closure turf), permitting, and construction bid document preparation (plan sets, specifications, and Construction Quality Assurance [CQA] plans). He is responsible for construction cost estimation, project/construction management, and hydrology and hydraulic design; leachate collection and removal system (LCRS) design and leachate/liquid impoundment design; remaining airspace calculations (site life), waste fill sequencing, surface impoundments, stormwater management, and site grading. Mr. Choomwiset is a licensed Professional Engineer in California, Arizona, Oregon, and Hawaii.
      Mr. Choomwiset has extensive field experience in landfill construction and CQA related to earthwork and geosynthetic liners. He has also served as a field engineer, CQA inspector, and CQA officer. This experience includes submittal review, oversight of construction operations, communication between clients, contractors, and regulators, and conflict resolution necessary to meet project schedules. He also provides engineering support, prepares final construction certification reports, and interacts with regulatory agencies. He has served both private and public sectors as a solid waste engineer in several western states. Additional projects on which he has provided CQA services involved over 50 million square feet of geosynthetic installation at the Palo Verde Nuclear Power Station, Calabasas Landfill in Agoura Hills, and Da Phuoc Landfill in Vietnam.

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Mr. Christman is a Project Professional with SCS Engineers specializing in air compliance and reporting. He is experienced in environmental engineering, air compliance, air emissions calculations, environmental management information systems (EMIS), and landfill gas engineering services.

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    • Mr. Christman is a Project Professional with SCS Engineers specializing in air compliance and reporting. He is experienced in environmental engineering, air compliance, air emissions calculations, environmental management information systems (EMIS), and landfill gas engineering services.
      His air compliance experience comes from air compliance and permitting work such as Title V air permit applications completed while at Environmental Resources Management for oil and gas clients and defense contractors, air permit applications and air emissions calculations conducted while at Source Environmental Sciences, and his current experience at SCS Engineers completing a multitude of activities related to air permitting and compliance including but not limited to Title V/NSPS/NESHAPs reporting, Title V applications, automating the analysis of flare operating data, conducting potential-to-emit (PTE) calculations for flares, engines, and turbines, and determining regulatory applicability.

Ms. Clark has more than 25 years of experience in civil engineering and environmental science, with a technical background in both engineering and hydrogeology. She manages multidisciplinary projects including landfill design and monitoring, brownfield site investigation and remediation, and environmental management and permitting for private and public sector clients.

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    • Ms. Clark has more than 25 years of experience in civil engineering and environmental science, with a technical background in both engineering and hydrogeology. She manages multidisciplinary projects including landfill design and monitoring, brownfield site investigation and remediation, and environmental management and permitting for private and public sector clients. Ms. Clark has an M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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Mr. Clark serves SCS as a Senior Project Professional within the Landfill group. He has more than 18 years of experience in site design and environmental engineering practices. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Florida.

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    • Mr. Clark serves SCS as a Senior Project Professional within the Landfill group. He has more than 18 years of experience in site design and environmental engineering practices. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Florida.

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Mr. Clements has over a decade of experience providing engineering support on a variety of projects, including landfill design, stormwater design, landfill gas design, contaminated site field investigations, surface water sampling, groundwater monitoring, and UST site remediation.

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Mr. Clewner is a Vice President/Project Director and the Manager of the Boca Raton, FL Office. He was also the former Quality Management Coordinator for SCS’s Southeast Business Unit operations. He has a broad and diverse solid waste and environmental engineering background that includes projects in landfill and waste processing facility permitting and compliance. Mr. Clewner has practiced solid waste engineering for over 15 years and environmental consulting for over 28 years.

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    • Mr. Clewner is a Vice President/Project Director and the Manager of the Boca Raton, FL Office. He was also the former Quality Management Coordinator for SCS’s Southeast Business Unit operations. He has a broad and diverse solid waste and environmental engineering background that includes projects in landfill and waste processing facility permitting and compliance. He has practiced solid waste engineering for over 15 years and environmental consulting for over 28 years.
      Mr. Clewner’s work has including permitting, monitoring, and investigations. He is experienced in performing and preparing Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments in several states on residential, commercial, and industrial properties, including Superfund sites, coal gasification plants, gasoline filling stations, automotive repair shops, dry cleaners, manufacturing facilities, old closed landfills, illegal abandoned dump sites, commercial strip malls, and residential apartment buildings. His work scope includes site investigations, historic research, regulatory documentation reviews, report preparation, design and implementation of sampling plans (including soil, soil vapor, sludge, sediment, ground water, surface water, air, asbestos, and lead paint investigations), underground storage tank removals, site remediation (including contaminated soil, sludge, and sediment removal), underground injection control system abandonments, and long-term site monitoring. Mr. Clewner is involved in permitting and ensuring the compliance of numerous types of solid waste facilities, including municipal solid waste landfills, construction and demolition debris landfills, material recovery facilities, and municipal solid waste transfer stations. He has prepared applications for new permits, permit renewals, and permit modifications for solid waste construction and operation permits, air construction and operation permits (including Title V permits), water use permits, water well installation permits (including monitoring wells and water supply wells), and hazardous material management permits (including permits for petroleum storage tanks). He has also been involved with the preparation of permit applications for beneficial use determination sites (such as asphalt batch plants retrofitted to accept petroleum contaminated non-hazardous soils as an aggregate) and the preparation of site assessment reports (including site investigations, historic research, regulatory documentation reviews, monitoring well installation, gas probe installation, ground water monitoring, surface water monitoring, soil monitoring, and landfill gas monitoring) for regulatory approval of site development plans for old closed landfills. Mr. Clewner has also been involved with compliance work related to numerous solid waste facilities. This work has included coordination and reporting of routine and compliance ground water monitoring events, surface water monitoring events, leachate monitoring events, landfill gas surface emissions monitoring events, landfill gas migration (perimeter probe) monitoring events, and site-specific hydrogen sulfide monitoring events. Additional compliance work has included the preparation of updated financial closure cost estimates, Major Air Pollution Source Annual Emissions Fee submissions, Title V Statement of Compliance reports, Annual Operating Report (AOR) submissions for Air Pollutant Emitting Facilities, New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) reports, Multi-Sector Generic Permit Discharge Monitoring Reports, Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plans, and Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans. Mr. Clewner also reviews leachate analytical reports to ensure compliance with permits and contracts for leachate disposal at city and county wastewater disposal facilities.

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Ms. Coelho is a Sustainable Materials Management (SMM) Specialist with a passion for organics programs. She has several years of experience in the solid waste industry as a Zero Waste Program Coordinator and Environmental Programs Consultant, specifically working with municipalities.

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    • Ms. Coelho is a Sustainable Materials Management (SMM) Specialist with a passion for organics programs. She has several years of experience in the solid waste industry as a Zero Waste Program Coordinator and Environmental Programs Consultant, specifically working with municipalities.
      Ms. Coelho previously worked for the City of Santa Clara, Department of Public Works, and the City of Sunnyvale, Environmental Services Department, where she provided extensive technical assistance to single-family residential customers, schools, restaurants, and commercial business customers.

Ms. Collier is a Senior Project Professional in our Des Moines, Iowa, office. She has over 18 years of experience in the Iowa solid waste industry. She has spent most of her career as both a client and project manager working directly with clients to ensure their projects were being completed on schedule and within budget. Her focus has been on working as a member of the client’s team as an advocate for their best interest. Through her career she has become proficient in Iowa solid waste regulations and compliance requirements. She has BS and MS degrees from Iowa State University in Civil Engineering with an environmental emphasis, and is a licensed Iowa Professional Engineer.

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    • Ms. Collier is a Senior Project Professional in our Des Moines, Iowa, office. She has over 18 years of experience in the Iowa solid waste industry. She has spent most of her career as both a client and project manager working directly with clients to ensure their projects were being completed on schedule and within budget. Her focus has been on working as a member of the client’s team as an advocate for their best interest. Through her career she has become proficient in Iowa solid waste regulations and compliance requirements. She has BS and MS degrees from Iowa State University in Civil Engineering with an environmental emphasis, and is a licensed Iowa Professional Engineer.

Mr. Conrad, PE, is a founding principal of SCS Engineers and our Director Emeritus. He is experienced in civil and environmental engineering, construction, and energy management. His environmental engineering experience has been in waste management, with the vast majority in solid waste.

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      Mr. Conrad has decades of experience in the environmental engineering industry, specifically in solid waste management, including landfills; landfill gas (LFG) control; LFG to Energy; leachate management; solid waste management, recycling, and sustainability plans; waste conversion technologies; yard waste composting; material recovery facilities; and transfer stations.
      His energy management experience includes serving as the program manager on SCS’s GSA energy schedule contract and blanket purchase agreements (BPAs) for GSA and the National Park Service, performing energy and water audits, and conducting retro-commissioning.

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Samuel Cooke
Vice President//National Expert on Liquids Management
Madison, WI
National Expert: Energy Management; Industrial Wastewater Pretreatment
O. (608) 216-7382

Mr. Cooke, PE, CEM, MBA, is a Vice President and our expert on Industrial Waste Pretreatment. He has nearly three decades of professional and project management experience in engineering with a concentration in environmental and energy engineering. Mr. Cooke works within SCS’s Liquids Management initiative to provide services to our clients nationwide.

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    • Mr. Cooke, PE, CEM, MBA, is a Vice President and our expert on Industrial Waste Pretreatment. He has nearly three decades of professional and project management experience in engineering with a concentration in environmental and energy engineering. Mr. Cooke works within SCS’s Liquids Management initiative to provide services to our clients nationwide.
      Mr. Cooke’s background as a long-time business owner adds to his perspective of emphasis on client profitability and proactive project communications.
      Mr. Cooke is a licensed professional engineer in Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Colorado. He earned a bachelor of science in chemical engineering, a master’s of business administration and is a Certified Energy Manager through the Association of Energy Engineers.
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      Mr. Cooke’s primary areas of technical expertise include liquids management, building and industrial facility energy management, regulatory compliance and energy management, retro-commissioning, environmental assessments and audits, energy engineering, process/design engineering, site investigation and remediation, water and wastewater treatment, aboveground and underground storage tanks, and spill prevention, control, and countermeasures.
      Mr. Cooke has managed over 1,000 projects in 31 states with many industrial, manufacturing, government agency, and corporate clients.
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Mr. Cooper has been involved in all aspects of landfill and landfill gas projects including design, permitting, and construction. These projects range in scope from annual Landfill gas (LFG) Gas Collection and Control System (GCCS) expansions to permitting of new LFG Electrical Generators.

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    • Mr. Cooper has been involved in all aspects of landfill and landfill gas projects including design, permitting, and construction. These projects range in scope from annual Landfill gas (LFG) Gas Collection and Control System (GCCS) expansions to permitting of new LFG Electrical Generators. Mr. Cooper has also provided engineering, project management and client support for stormwater water management, landfill scalehouse design, transfer station design, pump station design and hurricane debris management projects. He is currently a Project Director with SCS and leader of the Tampa LFG practice which focuses on LFG Gas Collection and Control System (GCCS) design, permitting, Title V compliance and GCCS construction CQA. Mr. Cooper oversees the LFG group, which performs all compliance reporting for Title V NSPS as well as greenhouse gasses for public and private landfills throughout the southeast. The Tampa LFG group regularly designs, permits and oversees the construction on new and expanded GCCS for the entire Southeast U.S.

Mr. Cooper is a Vice President with over 30 years of experience in landfill gas (LFG) control and recovery, emissions monitoring, and environmental compliance reporting. He is responsible for field supervision and implementation of environmental gas testing, monitoring, and construction projects.

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    • Mr. Cooper is a Vice President with over 30 years of experience in landfill gas (LFG) control and recovery, emissions monitoring, and environmental compliance reporting. He is responsible for field supervision and implementation of environmental gas testing, monitoring, and construction projects.

Mr. Cortez has 31 years of landfill construction and Operations, Maintenance, and Monitoring (OM&M) experience. He has served as field engineer and project superintendent on landfill cell construction, design, excavation, and all levels of landfill gas (LFG) system operations and maintenance (O&M). Mr. Cortez has managed multi-site contracts, subcontractors, and field crews for over 20 years. He holds numerous specialty certifications that bring value to OM&M or construction projects. He has Superfund experience dating back to the 1980s. He has worked with cogen operators at dozens of sites to ensure gas quality and quantity, while keeping systems compliant, and can help operators avoid impacts to ongoing operations.

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    • Mr. Cortez has 31 years of landfill construction and Operations, Maintenance, and Monitoring (OM&M) experience. He has served as field engineer and project superintendent on landfill cell construction, design, excavation, and all levels of landfill gas (LFG) system operations and maintenance (O&M). Mr. Cortez has managed multi-site contracts, subcontractors, and field crews for over 20 years. He holds numerous specialty certifications that bring value to OM&M or construction projects. He has Superfund experience dating back to the 1980s. He has worked with cogen operators at dozens of sites to ensure gas quality and quantity, while keeping systems compliant, and can help operators avoid impacts to ongoing operations.

Mr. Cotter is a Vice President, Project Director, and serves as the SCS Kansas City Office Manager where he is responsible for managing the technical and support personnel and the office’s financial performance and business development efforts. Mr. Cotter specializes in solid waste management projects; his exerience involves all areas of solid waste management including planning, permitting, transportation, landfill design, construction, and monitoring. Mr. Cotter is also experienced in general civil engineering, construction oversight, environmental site assessments, closure and post-closure plans, and permit and contract document preparation. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Arkansas, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma.

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    • Mr. Cotter is a Vice President, Project Director, and serves as the SCS Kansas City Office Manager where he is responsible for managing the technical and support personnel and the office’s financial performance and business development efforts. Mr. Cotter specializes in solid waste management projects; his exerience involves all areas of solid waste management including planning, permitting, transportation, landfill design, construction, and monitoring. Mr. Cotter is also experienced in general civil engineering, construction oversight, environmental site assessments, closure and post-closure plans, and permit and contract document preparation. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Arkansas, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. In addition, Mr. Cotter has experience with environmental due diligence consulting as it relates to landfill acquisitions and other real estate purchases.

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Mr. Craig is a Project Manager with a diverse background in environmental consulting. His experience includes environmental program and project management, environmental sampling (groundwater, soil, air and building materials), environmental assessments, site and facility inspections, project safety audits and inspections, data collection from a variety of remedial systems (AS/VE, groundwater recirculation, groundwater extraction, chemical/amendments injection, and landfill gas collection), emergency response, soil excavations and source removals, remediation system installation, operations and maintenance (O&M), well installation oversight, and business development and marketing.

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    • Mr. Craig is a Project Manager with a diverse background in environmental consulting. His experience includes environmental program and project management, environmental sampling (groundwater, soil, air and building materials), environmental assessments, site and facility inspections, project safety audits and inspections, data collection from a variety of remedial systems (AS/VE, groundwater recirculation, groundwater extraction, chemical/amendments injection, and landfill gas collection), emergency response, soil excavations and source removals, remediation system installation, operations and maintenance (O&M), well installation oversight, and business development and marketing.

Mr. Croasdale is a Project Manager in our Operations, Maintenance, and Monitoring (OM&M) Division. He has over 15 years of experience in landfill gas (LFG) system operations monitoring, maintenance, migration control and recovery projects, and NSPS compliance. Field responsibilities have included routine testing, monitoring, and maintenance; repair of LFG collection headers, pneumatic pumps, extraction wells, and blower/flare facilities. Mr. Croasdale also performs non-routine troubleshooting and repairs as well as emergency response services.

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    • Mr. Croasdale is a Project Manager in our Operations, Maintenance, and Monitoring (OM&M) Division. He has over 15 years of experience in landfill gas (LFG) system operations monitoring, maintenance, migration control and recovery projects, and NSPS compliance. Field responsibilities have included routine testing, monitoring, and maintenance; repair of LFG collection headers, pneumatic pumps, extraction wells, and blower/flare facilities. Mr. Croasdale also performs non-routine troubleshooting and repairs as well as emergency response services.
      As the Sub-region Manager, Mr. Croasdale is routinely involved with work scope implementation, scheduling of field technicians, data review, interpretation, and assessment and coordination with the Engineers. Responsibilities have included, report preparation and review, Health & Safety Plan preparation and implementation, and providing support in regulatory compliance; i.e., compliance with Clean Air Act requirements and off-site migration regulations.
      Mr. Croasdale construction background includes installation and startup of blowers, flares, pumps, and compressors. These experiences have included both construction of new and expanded systems and repair and renovation of existing systems.

Mr. Crosby has ten years of professional experience as a scientist in the environmental consulting field. He successfully manages complex environmental site assessments, subsurface investigations, and remediation projects to navigate regulatory requirements and meet client objectives.

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    • Mr. Crosby has ten years of professional experience as a scientist in the environmental consulting field. He successfully manages complex environmental site assessments, subsurface investigations, and remediation projects to navigate regulatory requirements and meet client objectives. He has experience investigating and remediating properties that have soil and groundwater impacted by a variety of constituents of concern including petroleum hydrocarbons, chlorinated solvents, volatile organic compounds, pesticides, lead, and other heavy metals. He routinely prepares technical environmental documents that clearly describe environmental conditions and meet regulatory agency compliance including workplans, property mitigation plans, soil management plans, corrective action plans, remedial action plans, site assessment reports, groundwater monitoring reports, health risk assessments, and property closure reports. He has experience managing groundwater monitoring programs, drilling operations, soil vapor surveys, remediation, and construction oversight. He has implemented remedial action work plans that include source zone excavation, dual phase extraction, soil vapor extraction, in-situ chemical oxidation, bio-augmentation, and air sparging techniques. He has provided construction quality assurance at landfill facilities and oversight of brownfield redevelopment excavation and grading projects.

Mr. Cuevas is a Senior Project Professional with our SCS Tracer Environmental division. He is experienced in risk analysis, and is responsible for the documentation of Process Safety Management Programs (PSM), Risk Management Programs (RMP), and California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) Programs for facilities using regulated substances.

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    • Mr. Cuevas is a Senior Project Professional with our SCS Tracer Environmental division. He is experienced in risk analysis, and is responsible for the documentation of Process Safety Management Programs (PSM), Risk Management Programs (RMP), and California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) Programs for facilities using regulated substances. This work includes preparing all necessary documentation for compliance with the PSM/RMP/CalARP regulation, developing the Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams, and modeling the potential off-site consequences of potential releases.

Mr. Curtis has more than 30 years of experience designing, permitting, managing, and overseeing construction of civil and environmental projects for both public and private clients. He specializes in creating detailed designs for landfill development and closure, landfill gas collection and conveyance systems, stormwater management and erosion control plans, and management of remedial action projects. He is also experienced in horizontal and vertical expansions, and the closure and remediation of existing facilities. Mr. Curtis has also worked with a variety of waste streams that range from low-strength industrial waste and sludges to municipal solid waste (MSW) and construction and demolition debris (CDD).

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    • Mr. Curtis has more than 30 years of experience designing, permitting, managing, and overseeing construction of civil and environmental projects for both public and private clients. He specializes in creating detailed designs for landfill development and closure, landfill gas collection and conveyance systems, stormwater management and erosion control plans, and management of remedial action projects. He is also experienced in horizontal and vertical expansions, and the closure and remediation of existing facilities. Mr. Curtis has also worked with a variety of waste streams that range from low-strength industrial waste and sludges to municipal solid waste (MSW) and construction and demolition debris (CDD).

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