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Ms. Farmer is skilled in database management, interpersonal communication, event planning, and environmental education. She supports our Pasadena Sustainable Materials Marketing (SMM) group in zero waste and solid waste management plan preparation; business waste reduction; recycling technical assistance; disposal reporting review and monitoring; waste characterization studies; general research; and report writing. Kelli works closely with clients and SCS supervisory staff, providing oversight of field activities, performing site visits, conducting field work, and preparing reports.

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    • Ms. Farmer is skilled in database management, interpersonal communication, event planning, and environmental education. She supports our Pasadena Sustainable Materials Marketing (SMM) group in zero waste and solid waste management plan preparation; business waste reduction; recycling technical assistance; disposal reporting review and monitoring; waste characterization studies; general research; and report writing. Kelli works closely with clients and SCS supervisory staff, providing oversight of field activities, performing site visits, conducting field work, and preparing reports.
      Additional skills include public speaking, written communication, database management, data analysis, and project development.
      Prior to joining SCS, Kelli worked in various roles where she conducted market research; analyzed trends; and employed business development and marketing strategies to increase marketing campaign visibility. As an intern for Zero Waste Washington, Kelli gained experience in leading projects; assembling budgets; coordinating events; and overseeing data for accuracy.

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Deji Fawole, NICET, is a Senior Project Manager with over 30 years of experience in the solid waste industry; he has been with SCS Engineers since 1995. Mr. Fawole also serves as the Office Manager of our Columbia, Maryland regional office. He leads SCS’s services in landfill construction quality assurance (CQA) and material testing, transfer station construction, and landfill gas-to-energy facility construction. He is certified under NICET for construction inspection of geosynthetics materials installation and soils and provides resident engineering and lead CQA services throughout Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Mr. Fawole also has experience with international assignments under the USEPA Methane-to-Markets initiative.

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    • Mr. Fawole is a Senior Project Manager with over 30 years of experience in the solid waste industry. He is also the Office Manager in our Columbia, Maryland regional office. He has significant experience coordinating and directing activities of field and office personnel, reviewing contractor submittals and shop drawings, performing constructability reviews, and preparing engineering cost estimates. He leads SCS’s services in landfill construction quality assurance (CQA) and material testing, transfer station construction, and landfill gas-to-energy facility construction. He is certified under NICET for construction inspection of geosynthetics materials installation and soils and provides resident engineering and lead CQA services throughout Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Mr. Fawole also has experience with international assignments under the USEPA Methane-to-Markets initiative.

Andrew Fiala, CIRO, is a Project Manager for the Risk Management group at SCS Tracer Environmental. His primary responsibility is to assist facilities that handle hazardous materials in addressing EPA’s Risk Management Program (RMP) and OSHA’s Process Safety Management (PSM). Those duties include facilitating onsite Process Hazard Analysis studies, Process Safety Management auditing, and Risk Management studies.

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    • Mr. Fiala is a Project Manager for the Risk Management group at SCS Tracer Environmental. His primary responsibility is to assist facilities that handle hazardous materials in addressing EPA’s Risk Management Program (RMP) and OSHA’s Process Safety Management (PSM). Those duties include facilitating onsite Process Hazard Analysis studies, Process Safety Management auditing, and Risk Management studies.

Matthew Figueiredo, EIT, works for our Energy division and has experience with landfill gas to energy systems.

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    • Matthew Figueiredo, EIT, works for our Energy division and has experience with landfill gas to energy systems.

Shane Fischer, PE, is a Vice President with two decades of professional experience in civil engineering and solid waste management consulting. He serves as Project Director and Engineer of Record on municipal solid waste landfill engineering projects and material recovery facilities involving planning, permitting, design, bidding, and construction of solid waste facilities.

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    • Shane Fischer, PE, is a Vice President with two decades of professional experience in civil engineering and solid waste management consulting. He serves as Project Director and Engineer of Record on municipal solid waste landfill engineering projects and material recovery facilities involving planning, permitting, design, bidding, and construction of solid waste facilities including; site investigations, feasibility studies, project reports, preparing and checking engineering design drawings, preparing construction specifications, leachate collection, pumping and transport systems, surface water management systems and drainage structures, engineer’s estimates, construction scheduling, geosynthetic/soils testing and design, resident engineering, and construction quality assurance (CQA).

Mr. Fisher has over two decades of professional solid waste management experience. He has worked as a field engineer for VOC Testing, Recology, and the Salinas Valley Solid Waste Authority. He serves as a Quality Support Team Manager for the Field Services OM&M practice by implementing quality assurance programs and standard operating procedure training. David’s field teams use data to guide decision-making, generating landfill operations, monitoring, and management efficiencies.

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    • Mr. Fisher has over two decades of professional solid waste management experience. He has worked as a field engineer for VOC Testing, Recology, and the Salinas Valley Solid Waste Authority. He serves as a Quality Support Team Manager for the Field Services OM&M practice by implementing quality assurance programs and standard operating procedure training. David’s field teams use data to guide decision-making, generating landfill operations, monitoring, and management efficiencies.

Michael Flanagan is a Project Manager in our OM&M division. He has nearly a decade of operational/construction experience involving operation monitoring and maintenance, construction of LFG collection systems including installation of blower/flare stations components, leachate/condensate collection and pumping systems, groundwater pump and treatment system and activated carbon vent systems, pipe line installation (both PVC and HDPE) and automated methane gas detection systems.

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    • Mr. Flanagan is a Project Manager in our OM&M division. He has nearly a decade of operational/construction experience involving operation monitoring and maintenance, construction of LFG collection systems including installation of blower/flare stations components, leachate/condensate collection and pumping systems, groundwater pump and treatment system and activated carbon vent systems, pipe line installation (both PVC and HDPE) and automated methane gas detection systems. His experience includes operating and maintaining LFG environmental control systems to meet Bay Area and Central Valley APCD, Title V, and state regulations and requirements. His experience includes implementation of necessary routine and non-routine repairs and maintenance required to keep the systems operational and in compliance with various prescribed operating parameters and goals; perform, supervise and/or assist in required maintenance and repairs and interact and/or manage subcontractors and vendors needed to assist with maintenance of the systems. He is also responsible for preparing monthly reports, invoicing, recording field observations, and recommending repairs or other system modifications to maintain compliance.

Tim Flanagan is an SCS Engineers Project Director in our Pleasanton, California, office. Mr. Flanagan is putting his three decades of recycling and solid waste expertise to work for SCS clients and as the current President of SWANA. As the former General Manager of the Monterey Regional Waste Management District, Tim has extensive experience championing and establishing cutting-edge waste reduction and recycling programs. He has directed multi-state domestic and export recycling tonnage marketing and sales efforts through key strategic industry partnerships in the public and private sectors.

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    • Tim Flanagan is an SCS Engineers Project Director in our Pleasanton, California, office. Mr. Flanagan is putting his three decades of recycling and solid waste expertise to work for SCS clients and as the current President of SWANA. As the former General Manager of the Monterey Regional Waste Management District, Tim has extensive experience championing and establishing cutting-edge waste reduction and recycling programs. He has directed multi-state domestic and export recycling tonnage marketing and sales efforts through key strategic industry partnerships in the public and private sectors.
      Mr. Flanagan has successfully managed multi-million dollar capital improvement projects for construction of new recycling and materials processing facilities, restoration projects, and key public works projects from design through CEQA, permitting, and construction. He is well-known in the waste industry and continues to make significant contributions in North America and globally. He’s accomplished many successful waste diversion and recycling programs and sustainable facilities, including a key role in developing a pilot anaerobic digestion facility that processes food waste and other organics into energy. This facility was the first in California to process organics from the municipal solid waste stream

Mr. Foland has over 33 years of experience in LFG control and field supervision and implementation of environmental gas testing, monitoring, and construction services. He conducts field activities in energy resource development for municipal and industrial solid waste site owners and operators, as well as site developers.

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    • Mr. Foland has over 33 years of experience in LFG control and field supervision and implementation of environmental gas testing, monitoring, and construction services. He conducts field activities in energy resource development for municipal and industrial solid waste site owners and operators, as well as site developers.
      Mr. Foland performs LFG construction projects for large public, private waste firms, gas developers, and municipalities. He is experienced in every aspect including design, plan check, cost estimating, project management, oversight of LFG control/recovery system construction, including installation of extraction wells, trench excavation, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe fusion, header line survey and placement, installation of condensate holding tanks, pumps, blowers, and flares (including concrete pads and electrical). He monitors and operates gas recovery collection systems and recovery process plants at landfill sites, participates in landfill gas recovery potential evaluation testing, operates various types of instruments, meters, measuring devices, analytical equipment for landfill gas migration and control system evaluation and control testing. He performs plant startup, shutdown, and maintenance overhauls.

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Mr. Fong has over 12 years of experience in operations, maintenance, and monitoring (OM&M).

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Mr. Foster has more than a decade of experience in the environmental consulting industry. His skills include Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessment site visits and reporting; asbestos, mold, air quality, point source emission, radon, and lead paint testing and reporting; Part 58 reporting; and groundwater and Landfill Gas sampling. He is a licensed Asbestos Inspector in Virginia, and a DEQ Erosion and Sediment Control Inspector

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    • Mr. Foster has more than a decade of experience in the environmental consulting industry. His skills include Phase I/II Environmental Site Assessment site visits and reporting; asbestos, mold, air quality, point source emission, radon, and lead paint testing and reporting; Part 58 reporting; and groundwater and Landfill Gas sampling.

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Robert Fowler, PG, works on several solid waste disposal facilities in Arkansas to help bring the landfills into compliance with applicable Federal and State solid waste regulations. He performs subsurface drilling, geologic and lithologic logging, aquifer testing, groundwater monitoring system installation, lithologic logging of soil and rock core samples, groundwater sampling and analysis, soil sampling, storm water sampling, analytical evaluation, statistical analysis of groundwater data, landfill flare and gas monitoring systems, regulatory compliance, NPDES services and decibel testing.

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    • Projects performed by Mr. Fowler include working with several solid waste disposal facilities in Arkansas to assist in bringing the Landfills into compliance with applicable Federal and State solid waste regulations. Additional tasks associated with projects Robert Fowler, PG, works on several solid waste disposal facilities in Arkansas to help bring the landfills into compliance with applicable Federal and State solid waste regulations. He performs subsurface drilling, geologic and lithologic logging, aquifer testing, groundwater monitoring system installation, lithologic logging of soil and rock core samples, groundwater sampling and analysis, soil sampling, storm water sampling, analytical evaluation, statistical analysis of groundwater data, landfill flare and gas monitoring systems, regulatory compliance, NPDES services and decibel testing.
      Mr. Fowler has experience in the areas of Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) and Limited Site Investigations (LSIs). Job duties for projects of this type have included assessment, characterization and remediation of contamination at various sites throughout the State of Arkansas. While working on these projects, Mr. Fowler performed such tasks as soil sampling, soil gas surveys, subsurface drilling and monitoring well installation, and sampling of temporary monitoring wells, as well as collection of soil and rock core samples.

Ms. Fraley is responsible for managing environmental due diligence projects and environmental compliance for public and private sector clients. She is experienced in environmental consulting, including Phase I and Phase II ESAs, contamination assessments, and ongoing monitoring efforts for industrial, commercial, agricultural, and mined land. She is responsible for coordinating sampling activities required for regulatory compliance and composing technical reports for a variety of agencies. She currently works with private clients and regional regulatory agencies to complete due diligence assessments for land acquisition and development efforts.

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    • Ms. Fraley is responsible for managing environmental due diligence projects and environmental compliance for public and private sector clients. She is experienced in environmental consulting, including Phase I and Phase II ESAs, contamination assessments, and ongoing monitoring efforts for industrial, commercial, agricultural, and mined land. She is responsible for coordinating sampling activities required for regulatory compliance and composing technical reports for a variety of agencies. She currently works with private clients and regional regulatory agencies to complete due diligence assessments for land acquisition and development efforts.
      Experience includes project management, due diligence, environmental site assessments, contamination assessments, and geographical information systems (GIS). She is also experienced with RCRA hazardous waste sites, preconstruction site investigations, tank closure assessments, geotechnical investigations, and risk assessments as well as field geology, oil and gas logging, and site management for petroleum drilling operations.

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Ryan Francis, PG, has nearly two decades of experience, including senior management of a nationwide portfolio of petroleum storage tank closures; technical and project management of petroleum soil and groundwater site investigations and remediation; third-party technical review; property administrative controls; and geologist on record for multiple environmental projects in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas.

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    • Ryan Francis, PG, has nearly two decades of experience, including senior management of a nationwide portfolio of petroleum storage tank closures; technical and project management of petroleum soil and groundwater site investigations and remediation; third-party technical review; property administrative controls; and geologist on record for multiple environmental projects in Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas.

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Mr. Franco is experienced in the areas of solid waste management and construction quality assurance (CQA). He regularly serves as a Project Engineer or CQA Technician for SCS landfill permit and construction projects. He also conducts construction oversight and general engineering support on landfill projects.

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    • Mr. Franco is experienced in the areas of solid waste management and construction quality assurance (CQA). He regularly serves as a Project Engineer or CQA Technician for SCS landfill permit and construction projects. He also conducts construction oversight and general engineering support on landfill projects.

Mr. Franks has nearly two decades of experience with a diverse range of projects serving as project manager and leading teams on multi-faceted landfill and environmental projects.

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    • Mr. Franks has nearly two decades of experience with a diverse range of projects serving as project manager and leading teams on multi-faceted landfill and environmental projects. His duties on several landfill facilities have included the completion of groundwater monitoring plans, oversight of groundwater monitoring well installation, monitoring well and pump maintenance and repair, stormwater and leachate sampling and reporting, groundwater sampling via traditional and low-flow techniques and reporting (including statistical analysis), quality assurance oversight and reporting, oversight of gas extraction well installation, operational maintenance on active gas/leachate extraction systems, and Tier II landfill gas sampling and reporting. On numerous environmental projects, Mr. Franks responsibilities and duties have included asbestos sampling/abatement oversight; lead soils analysis; PCB contaminated soils/concrete and remediation; wetland delineation; preparing, collecting and analyzing technical data for Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments (ESA’s); field sampling of groundwater, soils, and soil gas extraction for intrusive Phase II ESA’s; and plume delineation by overhead vapor monitoring, gas chromatographic analysis, membrane interface probe, and laser-induced fluorescence. Mr. Franks is closely involved in the technical aspects of remedial investigations, design, implementation, and operational maintenance.

Mr. Frederick is experienced at operating, monitoring, and maintaining (OM&M) landfill gas (LFG) systems and conducting field activities related to liquids and gas sampling and monitoring. He provides construction services and LFG well monitoring, extraction well balancing and adjustment, blower/flare station data collection and adjustment/maintenance, condensate system/sump maintenance, perimeter probe monitoring, groundwater well monitoring, New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) surface emissions monitoring, and non-routine scheduled repairs (leaks, pipe repair, etc.). He provides maintenance and repairs on extraction pumps, pneumatic condensate injection pumps, pneumatic condensate sump pumps and air compressors.

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    • Mr. Frederick is experienced at operating, monitoring, and maintaining (OM&M) landfill gas (LFG) systems and conducting field activities related to liquids and gas sampling and monitoring. He provides construction services and LFG well monitoring, extraction well balancing and adjustment, blower/flare station data collection and adjustment/maintenance, condensate system/sump maintenance, perimeter probe monitoring, groundwater well monitoring, New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) surface emissions monitoring, and non-routine scheduled repairs (leaks, pipe repair, etc.). He provides maintenance and repairs on extraction pumps, pneumatic condensate injection pumps, pneumatic condensate sump pumps and air compressors.

Mr. Free is a Senior Project Manager in our Utah operations.

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    • Mr. Free is a Senior Project Manager in our Utah operations.

Ms. Freeman has a diverse background in engineering support services. She has experience supporting engineers and compliance reporting for landfill and landfill gas (LFG), environmental compliance. She also has experience in right-of-way easement and securing permits for construction/engineering projects.

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    • Ms. Freeman has a diverse background in engineering support services. She has experience supporting engineers and compliance reporting for landfill and landfill gas (LFG), environmental compliance. She also has experience in right-of-way easement and securing permits for construction/engineering projects, prior to joining SCS. In addition she has experience in the accounting field working along engineering/construction services.

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Mr. Fregoso is a Project Manager for our OM&M Division serving the LA/Ventura California area.

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    • Mr. Fregoso is a Project Manager for our OM&M Division serving the LA/Ventura California area.

Kevin Frinak, EIT, is a Project Professional with solid waste management experience, including operational consulting, compliance, and permitting for solid waste management facilities. He has experience overseeing landfill construction projects, including bid phase support, construction management, and CQA. He has developed SPCC, BMP, Landfill Operations, and Solid Waste Management Plans, and has assisted industrial clients with regulatory compliance and corrective action plans.

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    • Kevin Frinak, EIT, is a Project Professional with solid waste management experience, including operational consulting, compliance, and permitting for solid waste management facilities. He has experience overseeing landfill construction projects, including bid phase support, construction management, and CQA. He has developed SPCC, BMP, Landfill Operations, and Solid Waste Management Plans, and has assisted industrial clients with regulatory compliance and corrective action plans.
      Additional experience includes performing Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments, field sampling, and reporting for stormwater, groundwater, soil, and landfill gas. He has also led a technical research project related to leachate management at CCR landfills.