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Mr. Eady is a Vice President, Project Director, and land-use planner for SCS Engineers where he provides both technical and managerial support for various environmental, regulatory and land use projects. He is also SCS’s National Oil and Gas Expert.

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    • Mr. Eady is a Vice President, Project Director, and land-use planner for SCS Engineers where he provides both technical and managerial support for various environmental, regulatory and land use projects. He is also SCS’s National Oil and Gas Expert. He has nearly 15 years of experience in land-use planning and regulatory compliance. He currently leads SCS Tracer’s Central Coast Compliance environmental services group, overseeing offices in Santa Maria and Bakersfield, California.
      Mr. Eady’s previous professional experience includes employment as a Senior Land Use Planner for the County of Santa Barbara and an Associate City Planner for the City of San Diego. During his employment as a land-use planner, Mr. Eady reviewed development projects for compliance with zoning regulations and environmental law and developed new general plan documents and zoning ordinances for local jurisdictions. In this capacity, he reviewed various development projects, including oil production facilities, for compliance with applicable County codes and completed CEQA review, staff reports, and the public hearing process. This work included coordination with numerous local, state, and federal agencies such as the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of Fish and Game, US Army Corps of Engineers, CalTrans, Santa Barbara APCD, Santa Barbara Association of Governments, California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, California Geologic Survey and the California Department of Housing and Community Development.
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      Mr. Eady is currently leading the effort to restore and expand production for many of California’s most active oilfields. As part of this process, Mr. Eady is managing the development of several complex land-use permitting and conservation strategies for Santa Barbara County’s major onshore petroleum operators.
      In addition to these land-use permitting services, Mr. Eady also oversees the ongoing environmental compliance efforts for over 20,000 acres of oilfield facilities in northern Santa Barbara County. This includes the routine mapping, inspection and environmental assessment of active, idle and abandoned petroleum facilities.
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Mr. Early is experienced in the Landfill Gas industry. As SCS’s DataServices® Product Manager, he is responsible for all current and future development of the SCS DataServices module. He also manages the SCSeTools® Support Team, who provides administration for hundreds of sites where SCS DataServices is currently deployed.

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    • Mr. Early is experienced in the Landfill Gas industry. As SCS’s DataServices® Product Manager, he is responsible for all current and future development of the SCS DataServices module. He also manages the SCSeTools® Support Team, who provides administration for hundreds of sites where SCS DataServices is currently deployed. In addition to technical expertise, Mr. Early has been involved in conducting site inspections of LFG collection and control systems and other environmental monitoring and control systems, and evaluating and documenting areas of compliance, concern, and non-compliance; prioritizing and scheduling project audit and training tasks to be completed by SCS’s OM&M compliance technicians; developing, maintaining, and implementing knowledge of federal, state, and local regulatory agency rules and regulations; developing, maintaining, and implementing procedures related to SCS’s Quality Management System (QMS) and related quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) activities; and locating, attaining, and evaluating various permits to operate. Prior to joining SCS, Mr. Early worked at Fortisar Methane Group, where he was responsible for managing a team of OM&M technicians across 15 landfill sites throughout the US. He was instrumental in implementing improved system performance and efficiencies and in substantially increasing power plant production through a comprehensive investigation of physical systems and detailed multivariate data techniques, including time series and network analysis.

Mr. Edwards is a Senior Project Manager based in our Orlando office. He is an environmental engineer with over 22 years of experience in engineering and project management. He is experienced in environmental design, permitting and construction, as well as facility operations, specializing in solid waste management facilities.

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    • Mr. Edwards is a Senior Project Manager based in our Orlando office. He is an environmental engineer with over 22 years of experience in engineering and project management. Current projects include evaluating potential improvements to transfer stations and stormwater impacts, including new onsite roadways, grading and traffic patterns, and expansions of transfer stations and tipping floors.
      Mr. Edwards also has experience designing and permitting major modifications of landfills, including new grading plans, final cover designs, storm water management systems (primary and secondary) and updated cost estimates for landfill closure and long-term care.

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Mr. Erickson has over 10 years of environmental project experience, with particular emphasis in engineering design of landfill gas (LFG) systems, construction quality assurance (CQA) monitoring, and landfill closure projects. His general civil design project experience includes design of regulatory prescribed landfill covers and liner systems, and LFG system design and equipment selection for over 20 sites in California.

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    • Mr. Erickson has over 10 years of environmental project experience, with particular emphasis in engineering design of landfill gas (LFG) systems, construction quality assurance (CQA) monitoring, and landfill closure projects. His general civil design project experience includes design of regulatory prescribed landfill covers and liner systems, and LFG system design and equipment selection for over 20 sites in California. As part of this work, Mr. Erickson has determined earthwork volume estimates; final grading and drainage configuration; and LFG system design, including blower/flare system (BFS) component sizing, well placement, and affiliated gas pipe sizing for projects in excess of $50 million. In addition to design work, Mr. Erickson has provided CQA monitoring for final closure and LFG system projects throughout California and Mexico, and siting activities for new landfill construction in Brazil. CQA monitoring experience included documentation and inspection of construction activities; certifying work was performed per project drawings and specifications, and correspondence with clients and construction groups. Over the last several years, Mr. Erickson has provided senior oversight of CQA staff for various projects. He has also conducted construction progress meetings and provided design modifications to final grading, drainage facilities, and LFG systems during project construction.

Ms. Essex is a Project Professional in our Richmond, Virginia office. She has experience with landfill design, Landfill Gas system design and permitting, New Source Performance Standards and Title V air permitting and compliance, and solid waste management facilities. She has a Masters degree in Mining Engineering.

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    • Ms. Essex is a Project Professional in our Richmond, Virginia office. She has experience with landfill design, Landfill Gas system design and permitting, New Source Performance Standards and Title V air permitting and compliance, and solid waste management facilities. She has a Masters degree in Mining Engineering.

Mr. Etchells is a professional geologist and hydrogeologist with 19 years of experience assisting clients in managing environmental risks associated with ownership, transfer, or operation of commercial, industrial, and waste disposal properties. His particular technical expertise involves aspects of groundwater science and engineering relevant to contaminated sites and landfills, including supervision and conduct of subsurface data acquisition, remedial design and implementation, conceptual site model development, aquifer testing, extraction well design, groundwater quality evaluation and treatment, statistical analysis, predictive modeling, and contaminated soil and groundwater remediation design.

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    • Mr. Etchells is a professional geologist and hydrogeologist with 19 years of experience assisting clients in managing environmental risks associated with ownership, transfer, or operation of commercial, industrial, and waste disposal properties. His particular technical expertise involves aspects of groundwater science and engineering relevant to contaminated sites and landfills, including supervision and conduct of subsurface data acquisition, remedial design and implementation, conceptual site model development, aquifer testing, extraction well design, groundwater quality evaluation and treatment, statistical analysis, predictive modeling, and contaminated soil and groundwater remediation design. He is responsible for designing analytical, geotechnical, and hydrogeological data collection programs to complete subsurface assessment and remediation. He has prepared subsurface assessment documents, property mitigation plans, vapor intrusion risk assessment documents, soil management plans, aquifer characterization documents, conceptual site models, and groundwater remedial design and implementation documents.
      He has experience with several environmental regulatory entities, including the County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health (DEH), the California State Water Quality Control Board (SWQCB), including Santa Ana/San Diego/Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Boards (RWQCBs), and the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC).

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Ms. Evans has been working in recruiting since January 2018. She started her career in Agency recruiting and transitioned into Internal recruiting with SCS Engineers. She is the Talent Acquisition Coordinator in our Long Beach, California Office. She has a Bachelors in Communicative Disorders from California State University of Long Beach. She is also a member of the Young Professionals of SCS Engineers.

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    • Ms. Evans has been working in recruiting since January 2018. She started her career in Agency recruiting and transitioned into Internal recruiting with SCS Engineers. She is the Talent Acquisition Coordinator in our Long Beach, California Office. She has a Bachelors in Communicative Disorders from California State University of Long Beach. She is also a member of the Young Professionals of SCS Engineers.