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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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Mr. Nachman is a Project Professional in the Landfill Gas division.

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    • Mr. Nachman is a Project Professional in the Landfill Gas division.

Mr. Nasirifar is a Senior Project Professional for our Energy division. He has more than 16 years of experience as an engineer and designer of process plants and preparation of construction documents in a multi-discipline engineering environment, demonstrating a progressive increase in responsibility and technical difficulty of work in the field of environmental, chemical, petrochemical, oil, and renewable natural gas plants. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in California, Florida, Louisiana, Idaho, Indiana, Texas, and Kentucky.

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    • Mr. Nasirifar is a Senior Project Professional for our Energy division. He has more than 16 years of experience as an engineer and designer of process plants and preparation of construction documents in a multi-discipline engineering environment, demonstrating a progressive increase in responsibility and technical difficulty of work in the field of environmental, chemical, petrochemical, oil, and renewable natural gas plants. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in California, Florida, Louisiana, Idaho, Indiana, Texas, and Kentucky.
      Mr. Nasirifar has experience both as a team member and head of teams of front-end and development engineering and designing of several plants.

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Ms. Nelson has 29 years of experience in geotechnical, civil, and environmental engineering. She is experienced in planning, coordinating, analyzing, designing, monitoring, and performing quality control review for a variety of project types.

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    • Ms. Nelson has 29 years of experience in geotechnical, civil, and environmental engineering. She is experienced in planning, coordinating, analyzing, designing, monitoring, and performing quality control review for a variety of project types. Her areas of expertise include solid waste landfills, slurry trench cutoff walls, shore protection structures, building foundations and floor slabs, pavements, earthen dams, and soil and groundwater remediation systems. Geotechnical analyses include evaluation of soil compaction, permeability, settlement, bearing capacity, and slope stability, as well as selection of geosynthetics for containment, filtration, drainage, and separation applications. Ms. Nelson has a M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Eric Nelson
Eric Nelson
Vice President/Business Unit Director/Senior Project Manager/National Expert on Electric Utilities
Madison, WI
National Expert: Electric Utilities
O. (608) 216-7352

Mr. Nelson is the Business Unit Director of our Upper Midwest Region. He is also a Vice President and one of our National Experts for Electric Utilities. He is an engineer and hydrogeologist with over 20 years of experience. Mr. Nelson’s diverse experience includes solid waste landfill development, soil and groundwater remediation, and brownfield redevelopment. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Wisconsin and Iowa.

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    • Mr. Nelson is the Business Unit Director of our Upper Midwest Region. He is also a Vice President and one of our National Experts for Electric Utilities. He is an engineer and hydrogeologist with over 20 years of experience. Mr. Nelson’s diverse experience includes solid waste landfill development, soil and groundwater remediation, and brownfield redevelopment. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Wisconsin and Iowa.
      Mr. Nelson has worked with utility clients to complete numerous projects for dry CCR landfills, CCR ponds, and general environmental monitoring and compliance. He has been involved with CCR landfill projects that include feasibility analyses and permitting of landfill expansions; hydrogeologic and geotechnical site investigations; site design and operating plans; soil borrow source identification and permitting; liner and final cover construction liner, cover, and storm water management repairs. He has worked with utility clients to evaluate, plan, permit and complete CCR pond repairs and closures.
      Mr. Nelson’s environmental monitoring and compliance experience includes groundwater monitoring; oil containment design and construction; and Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) planning. This diverse project experience has provided him the opportunity to work on challenging and innovative projects that have included design and permitting for wetland and stream mitigation, identifying and avoiding former underground mines during site design, and assessing the feasibility of installing a solar photovoltaic system on a closed CCR landfill.
      Mr. Nelson’s additional areas of expertise include remedial action planning, cost estimating, bidding and construction documents, and construction quality assurance. He has worked with electric utilities, solid waste facility owners/operators, and private property owners and developers.
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Mr. Neunie is an environmental scientist environmental consulting and construction experience, providing private and public sector clients with phase I and phase II environmental site assessments and environmental consulting services concerning: contaminated site remediation, hazardous material surveys, abatement and management, facility stormwater chemical monitoring, industrial hygiene and safety. He has a Bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and a certificate in Geology.

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    • Mr. Neunie is an environmental scientist environmental consulting and construction experience, providing private and public sector clients with phase I and phase II environmental site assessments and environmental consulting services concerning: contaminated site remediation, hazardous material surveys, abatement and management, facility stormwater chemical monitoring, industrial hygiene and safety. He has a Bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and a certificate in Geology.

Neil Nowak
Neil Nowak
Project Director/National Expert on Oil and Gas
Denver, CO
National Expert: Oil and Gas
O. (720) 413-6142

Neil Nowak, PE, is a Project Director at SCS Engineers, and our National Expert for Oil and Gas Services. He has over 30 years of experience in the consulting engineering industry, including civil, solid waste, produced water impoundments, storm water engineering, and construction projects.

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    • Neil Nowak, PE, is a Project Director at SCS Engineers, and our National Expert for Oil and Gas Services. He has over 30 years of experience in the consulting engineering industry, including civil, solid waste, produced water impoundments, storm water engineering, and construction projects.
      Expertise includes project management, building client relationships, managing budgets and schedules, building and guiding successful teams, and effectively utilizing project resources. His experience includes several front-range and mountainous landfills in Colorado and in other states as described below.Engineering experience includes design of landfill cap and baseliner systems, landfill gas collection and migration systems, produced wastewater evaporation ponds, SPCC Plans, storm water controls, geotechnical and geosynthetic applications, grading plans, environmental monitoring programs, construction certification, mold investigation, aerial photography, and land surveying.
      Construction quality assurance experience includes landfill baseliners and caps, oil and gas waste landfills, produced water evaporative ponds, demolition of underground storage tanks, lining of storm water channels, establishment of wetlands, and restoration of disturbed areas with indigenous species of vegetation.
      Mr. Nowak has managed environmental compliance and landfill construction quality assurance activities for multiple sites in several states. He has attended numerous public comment meetings and county commissioner meetings where he has prepared and presented various levels of project details for review and approval. Professional experience includes serving on the Board of Directors for the Colorado Chapter of SWANA since 2006. He has worked closely with various local, state, and federal regulatory agencies to ensure that engineering deliverables comply with all current applicable requirements.
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Mr. Nuno is a Senior Vice President of SCS with over 30 years of experience. He is responsible for Environmental Services in California and Nevada, and manages our Long Beach headquarters office.

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    • Mr. Nuno is a Senior Vice President of SCS and is responsible for Environmental Services in California and Nevada, and manages our Long Beach headquarters office. He has over 30 years of environmental services experience, all with SCS, and extensive expertise in property evaluation and due diligence; site assessment, investigation, and remediation; underground storage tank (UST) assessment, upgrading, removal, and leakage cleanup; and hazardous waste management. He works extensively with regulatory agencies, fully understands regulations pertaining to petroleum hydrocarbons and hazardous waste, and has worked on numerous projects associated with real estate transactions to assess the potential for releases, characterize releases of contaminants to soil, soil vapor, and groundwater, implement remedial measures, and develop cost estimates for assessing and mitigating impacts. An SCS Vice President responsible for Environmental Services in Southern California and Nevada, Mr. Nuno has directed SCS’s contributions to a number of major projects, including construction of the Staples Center and the Phoenix Award-winning Chesterfield Square project, both in Los Angeles, CA.

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Ms. O’Brien has over 38 years of experience assisting industrial and commercial clients located throughout the United States with environmental management and compliance programs.

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    • Ms. O’Brien has over 38 years of experience which grew into a long health, safety, and environmental management career. Ann has assisted industrial and commercial clients located throughout the United States with environmental management and compliance programs; including, but not limited to, air and water quality permitting; environmental recordkeeping; reporting and monitoring programs; hazardous waste management; employee environmental health and safety (EHS) training; environmental compliance audits; and Phase I, II, and III environmental site assessments and due diligence associated with real estate transactions and corporate acquisitions. During her tenure as Vice President of Environmental Affairs with a large international printing company, Ann brought several contaminated sites to clean closure. Ann also led an initiative to replace all pollution control systems to energy efficiency technology, and led the environmental due diligence efforts as part of the acquisition of several companies, as well as the closure and sale of numerous printing facilities across the United States, Canada, and Europe.

Mr. O’Connor is a Project Manager with SCS. He has worked in the environmental field for over 15 years.

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    • Mr. O’Connor is a Project Manager with SCS. He has worked in the environmental field for over 15 years. His experience includes air quality compliance and permitting, California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) services, soil and groundwater remediation, and environmental site assessment. He has served as a Project Manager for air quality compliance, permitting, and reporting for many California landfill clients and landfill gas-to-energy (LFGTE) development clients, including private companies and several municipalities and counties. He has extensive knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local air quality regulations, greenhouse gas (GHG) regulations, and CEQA requirements. Mr. O’Connor has assisted clients in numerous regulatory jurisdictions within California, including the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (APCD), the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (AQMD), and the Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD, as well as in Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico.

Ms. Odom is an experienced project manager directly managing small to large scale projects that include emergency response; environmental site assessment and characterization; remedial pilot testing, construction, installation, operations, and maintenance; regulatory negotiations; and compliance. Her previous position required conducting performance evaluations, and implementing performance management processes. Additionally, she served as the primary client contact on assigned projects which involved building and maintaining professional relationships with clients.

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    • Ms. Odom is an experienced project manager directly managing small to large scale projects that include emergency response; environmental site assessment and characterization; remedial pilot testing, construction, installation, operations, and maintenance; regulatory negotiations; and compliance. Her previous position required conducting performance evaluations, and implementing performance management processes. Additionally, she served as the primary client contact on assigned projects which involved building and maintaining professional relationships with clients.
      Most recently her focus has been on the redevelopment of large size properties contaminated with arsenic and other legally applied pesticides. These property types include golf courses and agricultural land that have become inactive but are in high demand as residential use. With these projects there are many soil management aspects including remediation, soil blending, and placement restrictions. 
      Ms. Odom has a total of nine years of experience conducting environmental site assessments, overseeing remediation activities and submitting regulatory reports including Phase I & II assessments for sites in Florida, Tennessee, Louisiana, Texas, The Bahamas, Barbados and The Cayman Islands at retail gas station properties and bulk storage terminals for large oil companies.
      Additional highlights of Ms. Odom’s professional career include a strong knowledge of the applicable Florida Regulatory Chapters and Standard Operating Procedures. She has experience in state, as well as, international cleanup efforts and associated regulatory procedures. She participated in successful environmental closure efforts, which imposed engineering controls and property restrictions.
      Ms. Odom has ten years of managing subsurface investigation and conducting oversight during remedial activities including source removal and remediation system installation. She holds certifications in 40-Hour HAZWOPER/OSHA training, Loss Prevention System, CPR, RCRA Hazardous Waste, DOT Hazardous Waste, and a certificate from the American Petroleum Institute.

Mr. Oelkers is a hydrogeologist with 21 years of experience in managing hydrogeologic investigations at contaminated industrial sites, petroleum storage facilities, Superfund sites, and on-site disposal facilities.

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    • Mr. Oelkers is a hydrogeologist with 21 years of experience in managing hydrogeologic investigations at contaminated industrial sites, petroleum storage facilities, Superfund sites, and on-site disposal facilities. He has designed and/or implemented soil and groundwater investigations in fill materials, glacial and alluvial sediments, and fractured bedrock aquifers. He has supervised drilling, excavation, and underground storage tank (petroleum and solvent) removal activities at a variety of industrial sites. Eric has also supervised immediate response and cleanup actions for spills of petroleum and industrial chemicals from 5 to 20,000 gallons. Mr. Oelkers has also worked on regional aquifer characterization and modeling projects for landfill permit applications, high capacity water wells, and the Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey.

Mr. Oliveros is a Project Director and the regional director of our Southeast Region Environmental Services practice. He has over 30 years of experience in the environmental consulting field, including hazardous waste permitting, compliance, and corrective action. Mr. Oliveros is experienced in conducting assessment and remediation of contaminated properties; completing multimedia compliance audits; assisting with waste stream identification, characterization and management; and, federal and state regulatory consulting.

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    • Mr. Oliveros is a Project Director and the regional director of our Southeast Region Environmental Services practice. He has over 30 years of experience in the environmental consulting field, including hazardous waste permitting, compliance, and corrective action. Mr. Oliveros is experienced in conducting assessment and remediation of contaminated properties; completing multimedia compliance audits; assisting with waste stream identification, characterization and management; and, federal and state regulatory consulting.

Mr. Olness has more than 28 years of experience in the environmental industry. He has extensive experience in petroleum remediation, surface and subsurface contamination investigation, and Phase I and Phase II environmental site investigations (ESAs). Mr. Olness also has experience with public water supply well installation and groundwater modeling. Most recently, he was a Senior Project Manager/Hydrogeologist at his prior firm for their Petroleum Remediation group, completing work in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas for a major oil company client. He also has several years experience conducting CERCLA investigations at an Air Force Base.

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    • Mr. Olness is Senior Project Manager with more than 28 years of experience in the environmental industry. He has extensive experience in petroleum remediation, surface and subsurface contamination investigation, and Phase I and Phase II environmental site investigations (ESAs). Mr. Olness also has experience with public water supply well installation and groundwater modeling.
      Mr. Olness’ modeling experience includes the construction of a finite difference computer model of the Spokane Aquifer using Modflow as the basis of his thesis. In addition, he utilized an analytical element model (MLAEM) to develop a wellhead protection plan for the City of Little Falls, Minnesota. Mr. Olness also has experience with hydrologic studies for the placement of new municipal wells for several communities in northern Minnesota, including completing the specifications for the installation and testing of the wells.

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Mr. Omernik has seven years of experience as an engineer on a wide variety of civil and environmental engineering projects. He has worked on development, permitting, design, construction, documentation, and compliance for a number of projects in several states.

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    • Mr. Omernik has seven years of experience as an engineer on a wide variety of civil and environmental engineering projects. He has worked on development, permitting, design, construction, documentation, and compliance for a number of projects in several states. Jared’s areas of expertise include construction permitting, erosion control and storm water management, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan development and secondary containment design, subsurface site investigations for contaminated soil and groundwater, underground storage tank removal and abandonment, contaminated soil and groundwater remediation, and landfill construction observation and documentation. Mr. Omernik also has municipal experience working for the City of Fitchburg, Wisconsin, and experience working on renewable energy projects (wind and solar) assisting with civil design, on-site quality control, and field engineering.

Ms. Ouellette is a Project Professional in our Tampa office. Her experience includes soil and groundwater investigations (Phase II and III assessments), active remediations involving in-situ methods (air sparging, chemical and bacterial injections) and excavations, and waste removal. Ms. Ouellette also specializes in cartography utilizing Trimble GPS and ESRI Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technologies.

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    • Ms. Ouellette is a Project Professional in our Tampa office. Her experience includes soil and groundwater investigations (Phase II and III assessments), active remediations involving in-situ methods (air sparging, chemical and bacterial injections) and excavations, and waste removal. Ms. Ouellette also specializes in cartography utilizing Trimble GPS and ESRI Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technologies.

Mr. Panesar serves SCS as a Senior Project Professional in our Landfill Gas (LFG) group located in Reston, Virginia. He is experienced in general civil and environmental engineering practices, which includes implementation of remedial projects, groundwater, soil and soil-vapor sampling, field data collection and interpretation, construction oversight and health and safety support during construction projects.

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    • Mr. Panesar serves SCS as a Senior Project Professional in our Landfill Gas (LFG) group located in Reston, Virginia. He is experienced in general civil and environmental engineering practices, which includes implementation of remedial projects, groundwater, soil and soil-vapor sampling, field data collection and interpretation, construction oversight and health and safety support during construction projects.

Mr. Parra is a Senior Project Professional in our Tracer division. His primary responsibility is to assist facilities that use anhydrous ammonia 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. Parra is a Senior Project Professional in our Tracer division. His primary responsibility is to assist facilities that use anhydrous ammonia 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.
      He began his career in ammonia refrigeration shortly after obtaining his degree working at Polar Brewery in Venezuela as an Engineering Services Mechanical Maintenance Analyst. Polar Brewery utilizes an ammonia refrigeration system containing 150,000 pounds of ammonia and is one of Latin America’s largest breweries by volume. After several years of working in Venezuela he relocated to the United States where he continued to work with ammonia refrigeration on a 99,000 lbs system at Unilever Ice Cream North America in Henderson, NV as an Engineering Services Maintenance Supervisor. He had responsibilities that included managing the facility refrigeration system, related PSM/RMP Programs and Nevada’s Chemical Accident Prevention Program (CAPP).
      Prior to joining SCS Tracer environmental Juan worked for Lineage Logistics as the Engineering / Maintenance Manager for their 700,000 sqf. cold storage facility in Mira Loma, CA. Once again his key responsibilities included managing the facility’s ammonia refrigeration system, PSM/RMP programs and California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) program. He additionally managed environmental and safety programs, budgeted and executed capital projects, prepared and managed budgets, achieved significant energy savings, among others.

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Mr. Paul has over 20 years of versatile environmental and health and safety experience helping clients meet and exceed compliance issues and providing them with cost-effective solutions. His environmental consulting experience includes coordinating, conducting, and managing environmental projects involving contamination assessment, remedial system construction, and operation of remediation treatment systems; environmental due diligence; pollution prevention; environmental permitting; storage tanks; and storm water.

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    • Mr. Paul has over 20 years of versatile environmental and health and safety experience helping clients meet and exceed compliance issues and providing them with cost-effective solutions. His environmental consulting experience includes coordinating, conducting, and managing environmental projects involving contamination assessment, remedial system construction, and operation of remediation treatment systems; environmental due diligence; pollution prevention; environmental permitting; storage tanks; and storm water. Mr. Paul also served as an On Scene Coordinator Representative, Pollution Responder/ Investigator and Boarding Officer for the US Coast Guard.

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Mr. Pearce has nearly four decades of environmental project experience, with emphasis in groundwater impact assessment, groundwater and soil gas monitoring, environmental remediation, and solid waste/hazardous waste management.

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    • Mr. Pearce has nearly four decades of environmental project experience, with emphasis in groundwater impact assessment, groundwater and soil gas monitoring, environmental remediation, and solid waste/hazardous waste management. He has managed various size environmental projects ranging from small site inspections to multi-year evaluation and monitoring investigations. Many of these projects have involved evaluation of environmental impacts, and monitoring and compliance for both closed and active solid/hazardous waste management facilities. This included establishing monitoring systems, preparing monitoring and compliance plans, performing ongoing monitoring through sample collection and analysis, evaluation of field and laboratory analysis results, and preparation of regulatory compliance reports for detection monitoring, evaluation monitoring, and corrective action implementation and assessment.
      Mr. Pearce has also directed projects for investigation of hazardous waste sites and related impacts, and conducted Phase I and Phase II site assessments for property transactions and development. In addition to site assessments for development and Brownfield projects, Mr. Pearce has completed Phase II assessments to define the nature and extent of environmental impacts at hundreds of sites throughout the U.S. In addition to extensive experience in California, he has managed projects in approximately 30 states, plus Jamaica, The Bahamas, and Puerto Rico. He also participated in the first Groundwater Scientific Trade Mission between the United States and the former Soviet Union.

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Mr. Pearson is a Project Director in our Kansas City office. He is a water/wastewater engineer with over 40 years’ experience in water treatment plant design and process design. Project experience includes sewer and waterline extensions, water treatment plant design, and well system design, client management, mentoring of project designers, and project management from preliminary design through construction phase engineering. Mr. Pearson is a licensed Professional Engineer in Kansas, and a qualified Environmental Professional.

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    • Mr. Pearson is a Project Director in our Kansas City office. He is a water/wastewater engineer with over 40 years’ experience in water treatment plant design and process design. Project experience includes sewer and waterline extensions, water treatment plant design, and well system design, client management, mentoring of project designers, and project management from preliminary design through construction phase engineering. Mr. Pearson is a licensed Professional Engineer in Kansas, and a qualified Environmental Professional.

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Mr. Pelikan is a Senior Project Professional in our Southwest region. He is responsible for design and project oversight for solid waste and environmental management projects in central and northern California. This includes landfill engineering, landfill gas (LFG) management, solid waste studies, landfill environmental systems, quality assurance oversight, budgeting, and construction. Since 2013, he has completed solid waste, facility design, compliance audit, and other environmental projects for municipal and private clients. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Geological Engineering and is a certified Nuclear Density Gauge Operator and a certified Geosynthetics inspector.

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    • Mr. Pelikan is a Senior Project Professional in our Southwest region. He is responsible for design and project oversight for solid waste and environmental management projects in central and northern California. This includes landfill engineering, landfill gas (LFG) management, solid waste studies, landfill environmental systems, quality assurance oversight, budgeting, and construction. Since 2013, he has completed solid waste, facility design, compliance audit, and other environmental projects for municipal and private clients. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Geological Engineering and is a certified Nuclear Density Gauge Operator and a certified Geosynthetics inspector.
      Projects have included financial analysis, permitting, design, construction, quality assurance, sampling and analysis, and regulatory compliance services. Facilities have included landfills, material recovery facilities (MRFs), transfer stations, and support facilities (e.g., roadways, buildings, stormwater).

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Mr. Perez is a Senior Project Professional experienced in environmental consulting and research. He specializes in asbestos and lead-based assessments and surveys, and environmental site assessments. He holds certifications as a California DOSH Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC) and a California Department of Public Health Lead Inspector/Assessor (LI/A), Lead Project Monitor (LPM) and Lead Supervisor (LS). He joined SCS in 2019. His asbestos and lead-related experience includes performing building surveys for asbestos and lead-containing materials, providing oversight during the removal of such materials, performing contamination assessments, and developing decontamination and abatement procedures.

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    • Mr. Perez is a Senior Project Professional experienced in environmental consulting and research. He specializes in asbestos and lead-based assessments and surveys, and environmental site assessments. He holds certifications as a California DOSH Certified Asbestos Consultant (CAC) and a California Department of Public Health Lead Inspector/Assessor (LI/A), Lead Project Monitor (LPM) and Lead Supervisor (LS). He joined SCS in 2019. His asbestos and lead-related experience includes performing building surveys for asbestos and lead-containing materials, providing oversight during the removal of such materials, performing contamination assessments, and developing decontamination and abatement procedures.
      He has also performed indoor air quality (IAQ) assessments, construction and industrial hygiene monitoring, and exposure evaluations in commercial, industrial, and public buildings. Many of these projects have required careful coordination and clear communication between multiple parties to achieve successful project completion. Clients have included property owners, insurance adjusters, developers, contractors and regulatory agencies.

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Eric Peterson
Eric Peterson
Vice President/Project Director/National Expert on Elevated Temperature Landfills and on Landfill Gas Control
Medford, NJ
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O. (609) 654-4000

Mr. Peterson is a Vice President of SCS Engineers and our National Expert on Landfill Gas Control and Elevated Temperature Landfills. He directs landfill-gas (LFG) investigations and energy utilization studies, provides due diligence for energy and carbon emission reduction investors and designs LFG systems for energy recovery and control of emissions, odors, and migration. He is a licensed professional engineer.

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    • Mr. Peterson is a Vice President of SCS Engineers, our National Expert on Landfill Gas Control, one of our National Experts on Elevated Temperature Landfills, and the manager our Medford, New Jersey, office. He directs landfill-gas (LFG) investigations and energy utilization studies, provides due diligence for energy and carbon emission reduction investors and designs LFG systems for energy recovery and control of emissions, odors, and migration. He is a licensed professional engineer.
      Mr. Peterson directs LFG investigations and energy utilization studies, provides due diligence for energy and carbon emission reduction investors, designs LFG systems for energy recovery and control of emissions, odors and migration, and provides training and consulting for system operations and optimization. He also is involved in bioreactor and leachate recirculation system engineering and operations consulting.
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      His projects involve permitting, design, construction engineering, system start-up and trouble-shooting. He has designed over 150 LFG systems including LFG recovery systems; emissions and odor control systems; and systems to protect buildings located adjacent to and on landfills. As an expert in landfill emissions, air regulations and associated permitting and compliance requirements, he has conducted training air compliance seminars to both private waste firms and regulatory agencies.
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