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Mr. Maggio is a Vice President, Project Director, Environmental Auditor, and Senior Hydrogeologist at SCS. He is also the Business Unit Director for SCS’s San Diego, CA office. He is experienced in due diligence-related environmental assessments and environmental compliance audits in the US, Mexico, and Latin America; environmental, health and safety (EHS) audits at facilities in the US and Mexico; development of environmental management programs in the US and Mexico; development of assessment and closure plans for Brownfields sites through US EPA Region IX – Brownfields Demonstration Pilot Program Grant; groundwater contamination and site characterization studies; and water resource assessments, wellhead protection studies, groundwater basin balance studies, monitoring and water supply well design, and water resource management planning.

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    • Before joining SCS, Mr. Maggio was the Director of Technical Services, Latin America, for Groundwater Technology’s International Group. In that capacity, he managed operations and business development activities in Mexico, Argentina, Peru, and Brazil. He was responsible for locating and negotiating teaming agreements with local partners, strategic planning, budgeting, and organizing bilingual teams to carry out assignments. Services offered included hydrogeologic studies, contaminant assessments in soil and groundwater, remediation projects, and environmental auditing. Mr. Maggio held that position for 5 years.
      Prior to his assignment in Latin America, Mr. Maggio was the Regional Director of Sales and Marketing for the Western US Region of Groundwater Technology, Inc. In this capacity, he was responsible for strategic planning, competition analysis, proposal coordination and production, advertising, forecasting, budgeting, contract negotiations, and supervision of nine full-time sales personnel. Mr. Maggio held that position for 5 years.
      Mr. Maggio began his career at Groundwater Technology in 1983 as the Operations Manager for the Torrance, CA office, which he founded. Additionally, he founded four other offices in San Diego and Ventura, CA; Phoenix, AZ; and Anchorage, AK. Mr. Maggio held that position for 5 years.Prior to joining Groundwater Technology, Mr. Maggio worked as an independent geologist for hydrogeologic consulting firms in Reno, NV, and Los Angeles, CA, and as an assistant geologist/engineer for Chevron USA. His duties for those firms included geophysical studies, field mapping, well design, field supervision of well installation, analysis of pumping test data on domestic water supply wells, hydrologic studies of naturally occurring springs, and developing groundwater budgets for specific basins. As an assistant engineer for Chevron USA, he worked in several urban oilfields throughout the Los Angeles Basin, as part of a team evaluating older oil fields for tertiary recovery.
      In 1978-80, Mr. Maggio worked as a field geologist for a mineral exploration firm. His duties included the supervision of seven operating drill rigs, and the collection, analysis, and evaluation of field data to delineate a uranium orebody for Cypress Mines near Cañon City, CO. He also performed various hydrogeologic studies to provide data for the planning of mine dewatering operations and water supply wells.

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Mr. Mandeville is a Senior Vice President and the Business Unit Director of SCS Engineer’s Mid-Atlantic operations, stretching from Maine to South Carolina. His experience includes solid waste, storage tank, and other environmental service type projects, with more than 30 years of diversified experience in civil and geotechnical engineering includes design and management of large, complex projects for the private sector, local governments, and the federal government. Mr. Mandeville is a licensed Professional Engineer in Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia, and South Carolina. He is also a Class II Waste Management Facility Operator in Virginia and a Certified Value Engineer.

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    • Mr. Mandeville is a Senior Vice President and the Business Unit Director of SCS Engineer’s Mid-Atlantic operations, stretching from Maine to South Carolina. His experience includes solid waste, storage tank, and other environmental service type projects. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia, and South Carolina. He is also a Class II Waste Management Facility Operator in Virginia and a Certified Value Engineer.
      Mr. Mandeville has more than 30 years of diversified experience in civil and geotechnical engineering includes design and management of large, complex projects for the private sector, local governments, and the federal government.
      Additionally, he is a member of the Solid Waste Association of North America, the National Society of Professional Engineers and the Virginia Society of Professional Engineers.

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Monte Markley
Vice President/Project Director/National Expert on Deep Well and Underground Injection Control
Wichita, KS
National Expert: Deep Well and Underground Injection Control
O. (316) 315-4501

Mr. Markley is our National Expert for Deep Well and Underground Injection Control. He currently manages our Wichita office. His project experience includes engineering geology evaluations related to salt caverns, geologic isolation of fluids and compressed gasses, hydrogeological investigations at landfills and quarries, liquids management, regulatory compliance, and permitting, groundwater investigations at superfund and RCRA facilities, remedial system design, cost allocation and recovery from responsible parties. He is a Professional Geologist licensed in the state of Kansas.

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    • Mr. Markley is our National Expert for Deep Well and Underground Injection Control. He currently manages our Wichita office. His project experience includes engineering geology evaluations related to salt caverns, geologic isolation of fluids and compressed gasses, hydrogeological investigations at landfills and quarries, liquids management, regulatory compliance, and permitting, groundwater investigations at superfund and RCRA facilities, remedial system design, cost allocation and recovery from responsible parties. He is a Professional Geologist licensed in the state of Kansas.
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Mr. Marsh is experienced in the landfill gas (LFG) industry, with extensive experience in operation, monitoring, and maintenance (OM&M) of LFG collection systems.

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    • Mr. Marsh is experienced in the landfill gas (LFG) industry, with extensive experience in operation, monitoring, and maintenance (OM&M) of LFG collection systems.

Jeff Marshall
Vice President/Project Director/National Expert on Innovative Technologies
Reston, VA
National Expert: Innovative Technologies
O. (571) 353-2016

Mr. Marshall is a Vice President of SCS Engineers, Environmental Services Practice Leader for SCS offices in the Mid-Atlantic region, and our National Expert in Innovative Technologies. He is a licensed professional engineer in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. His over 38 years of experience include a diversified background in project engineering and management, with emphasis on environmental chemistry, hazardous materials/waste and human health risk issues. Focus areas include environmental permitting, regulatory compliance, and hazardous materials treatment/remediation.

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    • Mr. Marshall is a Vice President of SCS Engineers, Environmental Services Practice Leader for SCS offices in the Mid-Atlantic region, and our National Expert in Innovative Technologies. He is a licensed professional engineer in Virginia, Maryland, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. His over 38 years of experience include a diversified background in project engineering and management, with emphasis on environmental chemistry, hazardous materials/waste and human health risk issues. Focus areas include environmental permitting, regulatory compliance, and hazardous materials treatment/remediation.
      Clients have included dozens of Department of Defense facilities (throughout the US, Panama, Japan, Puerto Rico and Italy), scores of state and local governments, municipal maintenance facilities, active and closed landfills, waste-to-energy plants, recycling facilities, airports, R&D facilities, electronics manufacturers, coal-fired and dual-fueled electric power plants and cogeneration plants, potable water treatment and distribution utilities, printing plants, plating shops, petroleum refineries and bulk storage/distribution facilities, fertilizer manufacturing plants, adhesives formulators, polymer manufacturing and extrusion lines, hospitals and healthcare facilities, aluminum extrusion and machining facilities, auto parts manufacturers, explosives manufacturers, electric motor production plants, ore refining facilities, tool manufacturers, metal and wire products manufacturers, steel mills, a lead battery recycling facility, indoor and outdoor firing ranges, nuclear fuel rod manufacturing plants, gasoline stations, dry cleaners, office parks, strip malls, agricultural facilities, pesticide/herbicide sites, a radioactive healthcare products manufacturing facility, pharmaceutical manufacturers, rail lines and railroad maintenance facilities, concrete and refractory manufacturers, and RCRA waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities (TSDFs).
      Prior to joining SCS in 1985, Mr. Marshall spent three years with the U.S. Army Chemical Research and Development Center at the Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD. Responsibilities included the design of handling, treatment, storage, transportation, and disposal systems for the many hazardous substances (e.g., nerve gas and precursors) used and wastes generated at DOD chemical manufacturing facilities. Mr. Marshall also assisted in the preparation of NEPA Environmental Impact Statements for various chemical production facilities.
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Ms. Marshtein has over 30 years of experience in the environmental engineering field. She is the Manager of SCS’s Charleston, South Carolina ffice. Her expertise is in property transfers, with an emphasis on Brownfield redevelopment.

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    • Many of these projects have involved redevelopment of old landfills into productive industrial properties. Her responsibilities have included groundwater investigations, monitoring, and assessments; Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs); underground storage tank (UST) closures, assessments, and cleanups; geotechnical soil analyses; asbestos laboratory management; vibration monitoring during construction; geotechnical soil analyses; NPDES permits; and other environmental tasks.

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Mr. Massart, with SCS since 1993, has 18 years of professional experience in solid waste management with particular expertise in the area of landfill engineering.

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    • Mr. Massart, with SCS since 1993, has 18 years of professional experience in solid waste management with particular expertise in the area of landfill engineering. Mr. Massart’s range of expertise includes planning, design, permitting, construction operations, and environmental monitoring, landfill master plans, liner systems, cover systems, gas extraction systems, and leachate collection systems. Mr. Massart has worked with private, public, and regulatory agencies on numerous issues regarding landfill compliance with state and federal regulations. He has worked on over 60 landfills in the Pacific Northwest and internationally.
      Mr. Massart has additional experience with landfill gas extraction systems operation, as well as construction contract administration, construction quality assurance, construction inspection, environmental monitoring, permitting and landfill operations.

Mr. Matteson has worked exclusively in the civil/environmental engineering field since the mid 1980s. He has conducted, or has managed numerous environmental, landfill, groundwater, water resources and geotechnical engineering projects. He has managed remedial investigations/feasibility studies, and as conducted potential responsible party (PRP) oversight at National Priority List sites for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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    • Mr. Matteson has worked exclusively in the civil/environmental engineering field since the mid 1980s. He has conducted, or has managed numerous environmental, landfill, groundwater, water resources and geotechnical engineering projects. He has managed remedial investigations/feasibility studies, and as conducted potential responsible party (PRP) oversight at National Priority List sites for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. In addition, Mr. Matteson has performed storage tank projects funded by the Virginia Petroleum Storage Tank Fund (VPSTF), as well as produced Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans and Oil Discharge Contingency (ODC) Plans. Other environmental projects include soil, groundwater and surface water characterizations, Brownfields and landfill reuse. His landfill gas experience includes active and passive extraction design and installation, migration control and landfill gas to energy feasibility studies and due diligence. His solid waste experience includes Subtitle D landfill permitting, design, construction and certification, closure, as well as landfill gas control and environmental compliance program management. His groundwater engineering experience includes monitoring and contamination assessments at solid waste landfills and National Priority List (Superfund) sites. His geotechnical experience includes subsurface investigations as well as consolidation and slope stability analyses.

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Ms. McCafferty is our Director of Talent Acquisition.

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    • Jennifer McCafferty is our Director of Talent Acquisition. She graduated from UC Santa Barbara with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Economics. After earning her degree she was recruited by the largest car rental company in the United States, where she was quickly promoted from Corporate Account Manager to Branch Manager where she was accountable for leading a multi-million dollar business, oversaw P&L, business planning, sales, marketing, customer service, HR and accounting. She was then promoted to Talent Acquisition Manager where she managed recruiting for three different regions with multiple locations and served for 10 years. She brings her expertise and knowledge to SCS, especially in the areas of campus outreach, leveraging social media, internship program development, diversity outreach and employer branding.

Mr. McCarron, PE, is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and our National Expert on Organics Management. He has nearly 35 years of progressively responsible experience in solid waste management, including waste composition studies, solid waste planning, composting, recycling, transfer stations, waste-to-energy systems, landfill design, and landfill gas systems. His expertise is in the design, permit, construction, and operation compost systems and facilities for public and private clients.

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    • Greg McCarron, PE, is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and our National Expert on Organics Management. He has nearly 35 years of progressively responsible experience in solid waste management, including composting, landfill gas (LFG) systems, landfill design, waste composition studies, recycling, transfer stations, and waste-to-energy systems. He is our national expert is in the design, permit, construction, and operation compost systems and facilities for public and private clients.
      His experience includes project management, design, regulatory support, construction oversight, system start-up, economic analysis, and technology assessment.
      Mr. McCarron’s experience also includes operations, project management, design, permitting, regulatory support, construction oversight, system start-up, economic analysis, and technology assessment.
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Ms. McCart has 20 years experience in environmental consulting, and is a strong project and technical manager. Her project management capabilities include developing proposals and work plans, implementing field activities, submitting permits and reports to comply with County, City, and State regulations, developing status, documentation, and technical reports, presenting alternatives for remedial designs and modifications, and site closure activities.

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    • Ms. McCart has 20 years experience in environmental consulting, and is a strong project and technical manager. Her project management capabilities include developing proposals and work plans, implementing field activities, submitting permits and reports to comply with County, City, and State regulations, developing status, documentation, and technical reports, presenting alternatives for remedial designs and modifications, and site closure activities. Ms. McCart is currently the Contract Administrator for four state contracts; three for the state of Kansas and one for the state of Missouri. Additionally, Ms. McCart is the primary client manager for several petroleum industrial companies and solid waste facilities. Ms. McCart has excellent project management skills, with a high attention to detail and organization, and has developed many trusted professional relationships with clients and regulators. She has worked on a variety of projects in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska, and Oklahoma. Ms. McCart has served as project manager for remediation and solid waste projects at sites ranging from former and active gasoline facilities, active and closed landfill facilities, bulk terminal stations, and process plants. On these sites, the contaminants of concern include petroleum hydrocarbons, such as benzene, methyl-tertiary butyl ether (MtBE), and diesel; chlorinated solvents, such as tetrachloroethene (PCE), trichloroethene (TCE), and vinyl chloride; and ethylene dibromide (EDB). Her technical specialties include soil and groundwater remedial field investigations, feasibility studies, risk assessments, remedial design and implementation, remedial system operation, maintenance, and modifications/re-design, construction quality assurance (CQA) certification, landfill alternative cover closure design, and landfill permitting. Ms. McCart has developed several remedial design plans and specifications, including groundwater recovery and treatment systems with air strippers and granular activated carbon vessels, free product recovery systems, vapor extraction of free phase petroleum from soil and the top of groundwater, and air sparging. Additionally, Ms. McCart completed the Risk-based Corrective Action (RBCA) training in Kansas and has performed many risk assessments following the Missouri RBCA guidelines for Missouri projects. Ms. McCart has been involved in a variety of landfill projects, including siting, facility design and permitting, plume delineation, CQA certification, gas control and collection system installation, and leachate re circulation system design. She has researched, evaluated, and designed alternative covers for landfill closures in mid west and eastern Kansas and submitted applications for permit modifications to allow the placement of construction and demolition waste disposal areas over former, closed municipal solid waste units.

Mr. McConnell has three decades of experience with the installation, operation and maintenance of reciprocating engines, generators and switchgear. With SCS Energy, he has had responsibility for operation/maintenance of thirteen landfill gas fired power plants and provides maintenance & technical support for five additional site.

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    • Mr. McConnell has three decades years of experience with the installation, operation and maintenance of reciprocating engines, generators and switchgear. With SCS Energy, he has had responsibility for operation/maintenance of thirteen landfill gas fired power plants – Boise, Idaho (two Caterpillar 3520s); Salt Lake City, Utah (one Jenbacher 320); Medford, Oregon (two Caterpillar 3520s); Kalispell, Montana (one Caterpillar 3520); and Dallas, Texas (one Caterpillar 3520); Atlanta, GA (two Caterpillar 3520s); UNH, New Hampshire (two Caterpillar 3520s) Maryland (one Caterpillar 3520 & two Jenbacher 320s) CDA, Idaho (two Caterpillar 3520s) ; Dunn, North Carolina (Six Caterpillar 3520s); Spartanburg, NC (one Caterpillar 3520); Bradenton FL (one Caterpillar G3520) And provides Maintenance & technical support for five, SCS built turnkey sites totaling (12 Caterpillar 3520s)
      Mr. McConnell is SCS Energy’s Operation Manager and National Maintenance Coordinator. SCS Energy’s operating Caterpillar fleet currently includes five projects with eight engines, and three High BTU plants.
      Mr. McConnell served as Construction Manager for the 1.6 MW Flathead LFGE project in Kalispell, Montana, and was responsible for plant startup and testing. And Construction Manager in CDA Idaho on a new 3.2 MW facility
      Prior to joining SCS in February 2007, Mr. McConnell was employed for 17 years by Western States Equipment, a Caterpillar distributor, and for seven years as a diesel engine mechanic for Smith Detroit Diesel.

Mr. McCullough has more than 24 years of experience in the field of Hydrogeology. He is responsible for the planning and implementation of field investigation programs, including drilling, soil sampling, air sampling, ground-water monitoring, surface and subsurface geophysical investigations, aquifer testing, and statistical evaluations of groundwater data.

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    • Mr. McCullough has more than 24 years of experience in the field of Hydrogeology. He is responsible for the planning and implementation of field investigation programs, including drilling, soil sampling, air sampling, ground-water monitoring, surface and subsurface geophysical investigations, aquifer testing, and statistical evaluations of groundwater data. In addition, Mr. McCullough is responsible for the preparation and the supervision of others preparing reports associated with these activities. The majority of Mr. McCullough’s experience since 1992 has been associated with the investigation of impacts to soil and groundwater. Mr. McCullough has supervised a staff that sampled and maintained the groundwater databases for over 30 sites. Over the past 23 years Mr. McCullough has been conducting the statistical evaluation of groundwater data and has developed site specific sampling and statistical evaluation plans for numerous sites in several states utilizing the latest EPA, ASTM and industry recognized statistical procedures. Mr. McCullough has been involved in numerous hydrogeological studies dealing with potential impacts from hazardous and solid waste facilities to groundwater. These projects include fate and transport of agricultural chemicals, landfill leachate, landfill gas and chemical spills. While working on these studies, he has performed such tasks as; vadose zone monitoring, aquifer testing, surface and subsurface geophysical investigations, and designing and installing groundwater monitoring networks to evaluate potential impacts to the environment, and installing landfill gas extraction systems to remediate impacts to groundwater from landfill gas. In addition Mr. McCullough has been involved in fate and transport groundwater modeling associated with several of these sites.

Michael McLaughlin
Senior Vice President/National Expert on Brownfields and Landfill Redevelopment and on Electric Utilities
Reston, VA
National Expert: Brownfields; Landfill Redevelopment and Electric Utilities
O. (571) 353-2002

Mr. McLaughlin, PE, is SCS Engineers’ Senior Vice President of Environmental Services and our National Specialist on Brownfields & Landfill Redevelopment and Electric Utilities. He is a licensed engineer and attorney with over 30 years of professional experience providing advice on environmental matters. He is an expert on environmental compliance, remediation, and allocation of response costs.

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    • Mike McLaughlin, PE, is SCS Engineers’ Senior Vice President of Environmental Services and our National Specialist on Brownfields & Landfill Redevelopment and Electric Utilities. He is a licensed engineer and attorney with over 30 years of professional experience providing advice on environmental matters. He is an expert on environmental compliance, remediation, and allocation of response costs.
      Mr. McLaughlin advises developers, contractors, lenders and land development professionals on the technical and regulatory requirements for construction on Brownfields sites nationwide. His combined engineering and legal background provides an unusual perspective on land development where hazardous wastes or other environmental challenges are present. Redevelopment of closed landfills is an area of special interest; he worked on his first such project in 1976.
      In addition to his extensive Brownfields redevelopment experience in North America, Mr. McLaughlin has worked at some three dozen Superfund National Priorities List sites in 17 states, and on scores of regulatory compliance, voluntary cleanup, and remediation projects for commercial, industrial, municipal, and military clients. He is also well-versed in liquids management.
      He is a licensed professional engineer in Virginia and New Mexico, a member of the Virginia Bar, and active in the American Bar Association (Section of Environment, Energy and Resources and Waste Management Committee), the Virginia State Bar Environmental Law Section, and the Urban Land Institute.
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Mr. Meronek is a State of California IGP Qualified Industrial Storm Water Practitioner (QISP) and QISP Trainer-of-Record (ToR) under the new IGP. Under the 2015 IGP, he has performed site Best Management Practice (BMP) and Pollutant Source Assessments, defined drainage areas, written Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs), and implemented Monitoring Implementation Plans (MIPs) for over 75 facilities throughout California.

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    • Mr. Meronek is a State of California IGP Qualified Industrial Storm Water Practitioner (QISP) and QISP Trainer-of-Record (ToR) under the new IGP. Under the 2015 IGP, he has performed site Best Management Practice (BMP) and Pollutant Source Assessments, defined drainage areas, written Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs), and implemented Monitoring Implementation Plans (MIPs) for over 75 facilities throughout California. He has performed National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) storm water services for state, municipal, and private clients across a vast cross-section of industrial sectors, including recycling (metal and scrap), Material Recovery Facilities (MRFs), landfills (including Subchapter N/ELG facilities), deep-ocean ports, haulers, and transportation facilities, asphalt batch plants, CalTrans sites, construction material facilities, petroleum bulk plants, landfill gas-to-energy (LFGE) plants, quarries, concrete and rebar manufacturers, lumber facilities, and breweries and wineries (including the Fifth Largest Case and Fulfilment Center in North America). Mr. Meronek has successfully worked with LRPs, facility managers, and attorneys to comprehensively reevaluate facilities for NPDES compliance using technology-based BPT/BCT/BAT implementation for control of pollutants in storm water discharge.
      Mr. Meronek has over 15 years of experience in the Information Technology sector, primarily as a Project Network Engineer and Systems Analyst, and 12 years of experience with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) utilization, mapping, spatial analysis, and cross-platform software and data applications. He is proficient in AutoCAD Civil 3D Design, ESRI ArcGIS (ArcMap 10.0), gINT, Trimble Pathfinder Office/TerraSync, both independently and across platforms. He has worked for SCS for 13 years and is based out of SCS’s Santa Rosa office in Northern California.
      Over the last 10 years, Mr. Meronek has brought his Network and IT systems skills and successfully transitioned to Environmental Services by developing additional experience in a variety of environmental compliance tasks, including Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (NCRWQCB) reporting, and other state-wide environmental services and solid waste projects. Primary responsibilities include providing technical expertise for several Northern California water quality/storm water projects governed by the California Storm IGP, Construction General Permit (CGP), and Caltrans Statewide General Permit (CSGP), and preparation of reports, implementation plans, technical papers, proposals, presentations, GIS application strategies, and detailed project deliverables.

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Mr. Mesavage is a qualified expert for liquid owners and the bulk liquid distribution terminal, bulk plant, and pipeline facility locations. He has completed Compliance, Conformance, and Consensus (“3-C”) Audits, Incident Forensics, and Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) benchmarking at hundreds of locations.

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    • Clem Mesavage is a qualified expert for liquid owners and the bulk liquid distribution terminal, bulk plant, and pipeline facility locations. He has completed Compliance, Conformance, and Consensus (“3-C”) Audits, Incident Forensics, and Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) benchmarking at hundreds of locations. He has over 40 years of experience in dry and liquid/gas bulk liquid security; variance and loss; environmental, health, safety, fire and explosion; construction, and product quality control matters associated with storage, handling, and transfer of hundreds of oil and chemical liquids transported by tank truck, rail tank car, pipeline, and marine tank barge and tank ship in 50 states and abroad. Recent service examples include being retained directly by the U.S. Department of Justice for the criminal case as DOJ’s expert witness in the Charleston, WV matter involving the loss of water to over 300,000 people and as a testifying expert witness in Puerto Rico on the cause of the largest tank farm fire and explosion in history (Caribbean Oil Company).
      In addition, Clem’s career includes being a member of API Standard 2350, Tank Overfill Protection Committee and being a Special Term Expert (STE) to the Nation’s Infrastructure Protection Program for post 9/11 vulnerability prioritization of 643 marine terminal locations for the DOE and FBI. He routinely handles facility compliance and contractor service quality audits, due diligence site assessments, waste management services, contingency plan preparation, air, water, and waste permitting associated with military, PHMSA, EPA, OSHA, USCG, and State requirements as well as industry/customer specifications. He has also had contracts with military and private pipeline operators (SIC Codes 4612, 4613, 4619, and 9711) for pipeline segment assessment, and with manufacturers, municipalities, port/airport authorities, and insurance companies. Note that his experience has included being International Technical and Regulatory Director of the International Liquid Terminals Association (ILTA) in Washington monitoring regulatory and legal proposals that can impact product transfers and storage.

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Ms. Meyer is a Project Manager for SCS. Her responsibilities include project management, field site management, geologic mapping, data collection for geologic, hydrogeologic, and environmental studies, geologic research, and preparation of geologic, monitoring, and assessment reports.

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    • Ms. Meyer is a project manager for SCS. Her responsibilities include project management, field site management, geologic mapping, data collection for geologic, hydrogeologic, and environmental studies, geologic research, and preparation of geologic, monitoring, and assessment reports. She is experienced in subsurface soil and groundwater contamination investigations, groundwater monitoring well installations and abandonment, and evaluation of environmental impact for risk-based corrective action (RBCA) analysis of LUST sites in Iowa, Kansas and Missouri. Ms. Meyer has supervised the installation of groundwater monitoring wells and logged subsurface lithology for several hundred boreholes in Iowa, Kansas and Missouri.

      Ms. Meyer has also performed countless Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) on commercial, industrial, and vacant properties for developers, real estate investment firms, municipalities, financial institutions, insurance companies, and wireless telecommunications companies throughout the country. Additionally, Ms. Meyer has researched and compiled information from various government agencies to complete NEPA Screening Reports, and has conducted numerous asbestos and radon sampling events in conjunction with ESAs, as needed.

Mr. Mezzacappa has worked in the solid waste field for 22 years, and has served as a design engineer and/or project manager for many types of projects ranging from landfill gas (LFG) collection system designs to major landfill expansions.

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    • Mr. Mezzacappa has worked in the solid waste field for 22 years, and has served as a design engineer and/or project manager for many types of projects ranging from landfill gas (LFG) collection system designs to major landfill expansions. He has prepared numerous landfill permit modifications, alternate liner demonstrations, closure plans, and leachate management plans. Since 2012, he has been the main project manager for the Sand Point Landfill in Eddy County, NM, and is quite familiar with New Mexico Landfill rules and New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) staff. He has also worked at several other landfills throughout New Mexico. Between 2000 and 2006, he worked in SCS’s Phoenix, AZ, office. Between this assignment and his work in New Mexico and West Texas, he is well versed in the issues associated with arid landfills.
      Mr. Mezzacappa specializes in all aspects of the Clean Air Act and greenhouse gas (GHG) permitting, reporting, and compliance. The following is a partial listing of representative projects.
      Mr. Mezzacappa has worked in the solid waste field for 22 years, and has served as a design engineer and/or project manager for many types of projects ranging from landfill gas (LFG) collection system designs to major landfill expansions. He has prepared numerous landfill permit modifications, alternate liner demonstrations, closure plans, and leachate management plans. Since 2012, he has been the main project manager for the Sand Point Landfill in Eddy County, NM, and is quite familiar with New Mexico Landfill rules and New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) staff. He has also worked at several other landfills throughout New Mexico. Between 2000 and 2006, he worked in SCS’s Phoenix, AZ, office. Between this assignment and his work in New Mexico and West Texas, he is well versed in the issues associated with arid landfills.
      Mr. Mezzacappa specializes in all aspects of the Clean Air Act and greenhouse gas (GHG) permitting, reporting, and compliance. The following is a partial listing of representative projects.

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Mr. Miller is a Vice President and Project Director in SCS’s Omaha, Nebraska office. He is experienced in environmental management and consulting in both the private and federal sectors. and is an Environmental Practice leader at SCS. Mr. Miller is experienced in a wide variety of environmental health and safety (EH&S) programs and has successfully developed and implemented EH&S solutions at multi-location industrial facilities in the agricultural processing, chemical processing, distribution/transportation, metals, and pharmaceutical manufacturing sectors.

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    • Mr. Miller is a Vice President and Project Director in SCS’s Omaha, Nebraska office. He is experienced in environmental management and consulting in both the private and federal sectors. and is an Environmental Practice leader at SCS. Mr. Miller is experienced in a wide variety of environmental health and safety (EH&S) programs and has successfully developed and implemented EH&S solutions at multi-location industrial facilities in the agricultural processing, chemical processing, distribution/transportation, metals, and pharmaceutical manufacturing sectors.
      Prior to joining SCS, Mr. Miller was responsible for providing environmental compliance support to Postal Service facilities in 15 Western U.S. states. In this capacity, he forecasted, negotiated, and managed an annual budget of $5,000,000. He effectively communicated environmental liabilities to senior management with regard to ongoing operations and planned capital projects, identified compliance alternatives and/or corrective actions to mitigate risk, and monitored implementation of necessary actions. Specific environmental activities included asbestos, lead-based paint, and radon gas management, underground storage tank management, environmental auditing, spill planning, stormwater management, and other regulatory compliance activities.
      Prior to his Federal service, Mr. Miller was an environmental consultant in Omaha, Nebraska where he provided a wide array of EH&S services to various industrial clients throughout the Midwest.

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Mr. Miller serves as the Office Manager of our Yukon, Oklahoma location. He is responsible for managing the technical and support personnel as well as coordinating extensively with clients and state and federal agencies to achieve client objectives. He performs and manages numerous projects, including design, permitting, coordination, and oversight for a variety of industries including solid waste, oil and gas, and agriculture production.

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    • Mr. Miller serves as the Office Manager of our Yukon, Oklahoma location. He is responsible for managing the technical and support personnel as well as coordinating extensively with clients and state and federal agencies to achieve client objectives. He performs and manages numerous projects, including design, permitting, coordination, and oversight for a variety of industries including solid waste, oil and gas, and agriculture production.

      During his career he has performed and managed numerous projects including design, permitting, coordination, and oversight for a variety of industries including solid waste, oil and gas, and agriculture production.

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Mr. Mills has been working as a hydrogeologist since 1986. He has managed hydrogeologic investigations at sanitary and hazardous waste landfills, and at industrial and nonindustrial sites.

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    • Mr. Mills has been working as a hydrogeologist since 1986. He has managed hydrogeologic investigations at sanitary and hazardous waste landfills, and at industrial and nonindustrial sites. These investigations incorporated aquifer testing, geophysical investigations, and groundwater modeling. Mr. Mills’ professional experience also includes remedial investigations, permitting, design and installation of groundwater monitoring networks, and water resource evaluation.

Mr. Minshew, PE, is a Project Director in our Sacramento office, and is the California technical and landfill engineering lead. He has over 35 years of project management, civil engineering and solid waste management experience. Mr. Minshew specializes in the planning, permitting, design and construction of composting facilities, landfill closures, landfill postclosure development, landfill expansions, stormwater management, leachate control, and landfill gas management. He also has extensive experience in civil engineering for infrastructure and environmental projects. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in California and Nevada.

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    • Mr. Minshew, PE, is a Project Director in our Sacramento office, and is the California technical and landfill engineering lead. He has over 35 years of project management, civil engineering and solid waste management experience. Mr. Minshew specializes in the planning, permitting, design and construction of composting facilities, landfill closures, landfill postclosure development, landfill expansions, stormwater management, leachate control, and landfill gas management. He also has extensive experience in civil engineering for infrastructure and environmental projects. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in California and Nevada.
      His experience includes civil engineering planning, design, and construction of facilities for landfills, transfer stations, and related operations. His areas of expertise include site grading and erosion control; leachate control; solid waste facility permitting; closure and postclosure maintenance plans; landfill operation and support; landfill gas (LFG) monitoring, extraction, and control; construction plans, specifications, and estimates; construction quality assurance (CQA); and construction management. Mr. Minshew has performed these services on a number of landfills in Northern California and is familiar with the regulatory agencies that oversee landfills.

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Mr. Moeller is a Project Manager for our Operations, Monitoring, and Maintenance Division (OM&M). Mr. Moeller’s experience includes field investigations and preparation of Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) Reports, multi-media sampling to support Phase II ESAs, performance of asbestos-containing materials surveys, lead-based paint surveys, indoor air quality assessments, and environmental compliance assessments. Mr. Moeller is also experienced in the design, operation, and maintenance of a variety of environmental remediation systems.

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    • Mr. Moeller is a Project Manager for our Operations, Monitoring, and Maintenance Division (OM&M). Mr. Moeller’s experience includes field investigations and preparation of Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) Reports, multi-media sampling to support Phase II ESAs, performance of asbestos-containing materials surveys, lead-based paint surveys, indoor air quality assessments, and environmental compliance assessments. Mr. Moeller is also experienced in the design, operation, and maintenance of a variety of environmental remediation systems.

Mr. Montague is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and a Project Director. He is a Professional Geologist and licensed contractor with nearly two decades of experience in environmental consulting, general contracting, commercial and residential development, and property and asset management. He has performed and reviewed over 500 Phase I environmental site assessments (ESAs), and has completed subsurface investigations, human health risk assessments, removal action work plans, site remediation activities, geotechnical investigations, asbestos and lead-based paint surveys, and asbestos air monitoring.

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    • Mr. Montague is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and a Project Director. He is a Professional Geologist and licensed contractor with nearly two decades of experience in environmental consulting, general contracting, commercial and residential development, and property and asset management. He has performed and reviewed over 500 Phase I environmental site assessments (ESAs), and has completed subsurface investigations, human health risk assessments, removal action work plans, site remediation activities, geotechnical investigations, asbestos and lead-based paint surveys, and asbestos air monitoring. His development, general contracting, and property and asset management experience includes managing construction through lease-up; lease administration and property operations and maintenance; contract procurement and administration; oversight of subcontractors and staff; and interfacing with clients, owners, tenants, and regulatory agencies.

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Ms. Moran has over 20 years of experience in the environmental and safety fields. Her areas of expertise include regulatory compliance, sustainable practices, and chemical management.

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    • Ms. Moran has over 20 years of experience in the environmental and safety fields. Her areas of expertise include regulatory compliance, sustainable practices, and chemical management. She has an in-depth knowledge of federal regulatory programs including the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations; as well as experience in multiple states and municipalities. Cheryl has worked in a wide variety of industrial settings.

Mr. Morgan has a diverse background in chemical and environmental engineering. He is an engineer on design, compliance, and investigation projects for landfill and landfill gas (LFG), environmental compliance, and site assessment projects. Mr. Morgan has experience managing underground storage tank (UST) remediation projects prior to joining SCS. During school, his internships focused on efficiencies and environmental impacts of industrial power plants.

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    • Mr. Morgan has a diverse background in chemical and environmental engineering. He is an engineer on design, compliance, and investigation projects for landfill and landfill gas (LFG), environmental compliance, and site assessment projects. Mr. Morgan has experience managing underground storage tank (UST) remediation projects prior to joining SCS. During school, his internships focused on efficiencies and environmental impacts of industrial power plants.

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Mr. Morrison serves as a Regional Health and Safety Specialist, providing Health & Safety training for all SCS Field Services Employees in the Southwest (Southern California, Nevada, Arizona), Mountain (New Mexico, Colorado, Utah), Midwest (Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas) Regions, as well as various SCS Engineers and SCS Energy employees located within those same regions. In addition Mr. Morrison provides Heavy Equipment Certifications for SCS Field Services Employees throughout the U.S.

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    • Mr. Morrison joined SCS in 2007. He currently serves as a Regional Health and Safety Specialist, providing Health and Safety training for all SCS Field Services Employees in the Southwest (Southern California, Nevada, Arizona), Mountain (New Mexico, Colorado, Utah), Midwest (Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas) Regions, as well as various SCS Engineers and SCS Energy employees located within those same regions. In addition Mr. Morrison provides Heavy Equipment Certifications for SCS Field Services Employees throughout the U.S. He has played a major role in developing SCS’s internal Health and Safety Training Program, including creating training materials/presentations, creating Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), and conducting Health and Safety field audits/inspection throughout the Southwest, Midwest and Mountain Regions.
      Mr. Morrison has also served as a Senior Project Superintendent performing various project management duties, including bid preparation, business proposals, and the onsite coordination and supervision of the installation of landfill gas (LFG) collection systems (including extraction wells, collection piping, leachate recirculation piping, leachate evaporators and flare systems), at landfill locations throughout the U.S. He has more than 20 years of hands-on experience in the installation, operation and maintenance of landfill gas collection systems along with serving as the Operations Manager for a large municipal landfill in Texas.
      Mr. Morrison is well trained in LFG collection system design and installation procedures, project CQA, safe work practices, heavy equipment management and operations methods. This expertise significantly enhances his ability to provide effective health and safety services for SCS employees and clients.

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Mr. Murray has 22 years experience in civil and environmental permitting, design and construction including municipal solid waste landfills and associated systems, liner systems, leachate collection systems, utilities, roadways, hydrologic analysis and hydraulic design including open channel systems, storm drainage pipe systems, culverts, bridges, basins, and other systems for the conveyance and control of stormwater.

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    • Mr. Murray has 22 years experience in civil and environmental permitting, design and construction including municipal solid waste landfills and associated systems, liner systems, leachate collection systems, utilities, roadways, hydrologic analysis and hydraulic design including open channel systems, storm drainage pipe systems, culverts, bridges, basins, and other systems for the conveyance and control of stormwater. Mr. Murray also has extensive experience in landfill design, operation and construction having served for over a decade as a consultant preparing landfill expansion permit applications. Mr. Murray has served as an expert witness and provided legal support for landfill permits. Mr. Murray also served as an engineer for several landfill facilities in Texas. Responsibilities included project management of permit amendments and modifications, compliance and construction.

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