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Mr. Richardson is a Project Professional with experience in landfill design, including permit modifications and siting requirements. Mr. Richardson is an EIT, and is part of the Young Professionals program at SCS, working under the tutelage of Dr. Ali Khatami.

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    • Mr. Richardson is a Project Professional with experience in landfill design, including permit modifications and siting requirements. Mr. Richardson is an EIT, and is part of the Young Professionals program at SCS, working under the tutelage of Dr. Ali Khatami.

Ms. Ricklin is a professional environmental engineer and project manager with over 10 years of experience in design, permitting and construction projects related to landfills, solid waste management, drainage design, site grading, water distribution, and wastewater collection. She is a licensed Professional Engineer in California and Florida.

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    • Ms. Ricklin is a professional environmental engineer and project manager with over 10 years of experience in design, permitting and construction projects related to landfills, solid waste management, drainage design, site grading, water distribution, and wastewater collection. She is a licensed Professional Engineer in California and Florida.
      She has extensive experience preparing engineering calculations, design reports, construction documents, specifications, and cost estimates, and is trained and skilled in drafting Civil 3D models and design plans.
      Her project management skills include developing proposals, budgets, monthly revenue estimates, and billing instructions for multiple projects. Experience in preparing project schedules and oversight of subcontractors.

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Sandra Ripplinger
Sandra Ripplinger
Director of Health & Safety
Henderson, NV
National Expert: Health & Safety
O. (702) 645-1521

Ms. Ripplinger is SCS’s Director of Health & Safety and our National H&S Expert. She is a Board Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and Safety Professional (CSP) with three decades of experience providing occupational and environmental health and safety services, specializing in indoor air quality, asbestos, lead, mold, radon, and environmental site assessments. She is also a licensed asbestos building inspector, asbestos project monitor, project designer and management planner, and an EPA certified lead based paint inspector/risk assessor. Her experience includes providing industrial hygiene expertise for facility health and safety audits, process safety management audits, training, environmental evaluations involving mold, indoor air quality, asbestos, lead-based paint, lead worker exposure, OSHA worker exposure, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation surveys and exposure issues, and hazardous waste drum sampling for unknowns.

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    • Ms. Ripplinger is SCS’s Director of Health & Safety and our National H&S Expert. She is a Board Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) and Safety Professional (CSP) with three decades of experience providing occupational and environmental health and safety services, specializing in indoor air quality, asbestos, lead, mold, radon, and environmental site assessments. She is also a licensed asbestos building inspector, asbestos project monitor, project designer and management planner, and an EPA certified lead based paint inspector/risk assessor.
      Her experience includes providing industrial hygiene expertise for facility health and safety audits, process safety management audits, training, environmental evaluations involving mold, indoor air quality, asbestos, lead-based paint, lead worker exposure, OSHA worker exposure, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation surveys and exposure issues, and hazardous waste drum sampling for unknowns.
      Her industrial hygiene and environmental consulting experience includes designing and overseeing remediation projects involving mold, asbestos, hazardous waste (metals and solvents), hazardous materials, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), mercury, and other Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) heavy metals; conducting both area and personal industrial hygiene sampling for metals, solvents, vapors, diesel exhaust constituents, mold, asbestos, and lead; conducting environmental sampling of soil, air, and water; and providing expert witness testimony.
      Ms. Ripplinger has worked with regulators at local, state, and federal levels, and has performed hundreds of comprehensive industrial hygiene shop surveys, indoor air quality assessments, ionizing radiation, non-ionizing radiation, noise exposure studies, chemical exposure assessments, and workers’ compensation and environmental investigations. She has supported many government agencies, large commercial companies (mining, construction, gaming), and residential development companies across the state of Nevada, and other states.

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Mr. Ritchie is a Vice President of SCS, with three decades of environmental consulting and site restoration experience throughout the Western United States. He is registered professional geologist in California and Washington. He has led site investigation, remediation, and large-scale groundwater monitoring and reporting projects, and has overseen the application of remedial approaches to variety of site conditions, including supporting site closures. He has developed and led many multidisciplinary teams in accomplishing project objectives, and has worked with myriad local, state, and federal regulatory agencies, clients, and contractors to identify common goals and develop short- and long-term plans for achieving project solutions.

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    • Mr. Ritchie is a Vice President of SCS, with three decades of environmental consulting and site restoration experience throughout the Western United States. He is registered professional geologist in California and Washington. He has led site investigation, remediation, and large-scale groundwater monitoring and reporting projects, and has overseen the application of remedial approaches to variety of site conditions, including supporting site closures. He has developed and led many multidisciplinary teams in accomplishing project objectives, and has worked with myriad local, state, and federal regulatory agencies, clients, and contractors to identify common goals and develop short- and long-term plans for achieving project solutions.
      Mr. Richie has established and grown offices for environmental consulting firms, and has performed business development, project acquisition, project funding, client management, staff hiring and mentoring, and technical, managerial, and profit and loss (P&L) duties in support of clients in the public and private sectors. His clients have included municipalities, utility and energy providers, airports, ports, regulatory agencies, and US Department of Defense (DoD) branches. His technical experience covers a wide spectrum of environmental programs and projects, including property transaction and development, subsurface investigation, restoration and preservation, mediation and litigation, emergency response management, regulatory agency negotiation, and site closure. He has assisted clients in assessing the reliability and vulnerability (sustainability) of their water supplies and associated watersheds, and in developing recommendations for projects to protect the watershed habitat. He also has extensive experience with fixed price costing, contractual indemnifications, and environmental insurance products resulting in guaranteed price risk transfer solutions for impaired property cleanup and redevelopment.

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Ms. Robb is a Vice President and Project Director with the Solid Waste Services Division in SCS’s Reston, VA and Taunton, MA, office. She also serves as SCS’s Groundwater Technical Advisor for the Mid-Atlantic region. Since joining SCS in 2001, her work has focused on providing support to over 50 landfills in the area of groundwater permitting, monitoring, and remediation services and other environmental service projects. She has represented clients in front of regulators and has provided litigation support to attorneys on behalf of her clients.

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Mr. Rockhold has over 30 years of hydrogeology and environmental services experience. He provides project management, which includes supervising a diverse team of environmental professionals made up of geologists, hydrogeologists, engineers, chemists and biologists. Duties include marketing, client contact, work scope development, proposal preparation, cost estimation, regulatory negotiations, work assignments, technical support and review as well as project management and review.

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    • Mr. Rockhold has over 30 years of hydrogeology and environmental services experience. He provides project management, which includes supervising a diverse team of environmental professionals made up of geologists, hydrogeologists, engineers, chemists and biologists. Duties include marketing, client contact, work scope development, proposal preparation, cost estimation, regulatory negotiations, work assignments, technical support and review as well as project management and review.
      Mr. Rockhold’s technical responsibilities are primarily with geologic and hydrogeologic investigations, groundwater monitoring, remedial investigations, remedial design, solid waste services,. Duties include data acquisition and analysis; hydrogeologic modeling; soil and groundwater monitoring and site characterization; remedial design; and, landfill design and permitting,. Representative projects include utility waste impoundments and landfill; Subtitle D landfill design and permitting, environmental site assessments and audits, hydrogeologic and geotechnical site investigations, remedial design and implementation, discharge permitting and complex hydrogeological evaluations.

      Mr. Rockhold’s technical responsibilities are primarily with solid waste services, geologic and hydrogeologic investigations, remedial investigations, and remedial design. Duties include data acquisition and analysis; landfill design and permitting, hydrogeologic modeling; soil and groundwater characterization; and remedial design. Representative projects include Subtitle D landfill design and permitting, environmental site assessments and audits, hydrogeologic and geotechnical site investigations, remedial design and implementation, discharge permitting and complex hydrogeological evaluations.

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Ms. Rodriguez is a Senior Project Professional with over 7 years of experience in environmental consulting including managing numerous small to large scale projects at all stages from initial site assessment through clean or conditional closure. She regularly prepares site assessment work plans and reports, feasibility studies, remedial action plans for various cleanup technologies (soil excavation with and without dewatering, bioremediation, and air sparge/soil vapor extraction), bid specifications, construction completion reports, engineering control maintenance plans, and groundwater monitoring reports.

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    • Ms. Rodriguez is a Senior Project Professional with over 7 years of experience in environmental consulting including managing numerous small to large scale projects at all stages from initial site assessment through clean or conditional closure. She regularly prepares site assessment work plans and reports, feasibility studies, remedial action plans for various cleanup technologies (soil excavation with and without dewatering, bioremediation, and air sparge/soil vapor extraction), bid specifications, construction completion reports, engineering control maintenance plans, and groundwater monitoring reports.
      She manages groundwater monitoring projects for multiple landfills, preparing monthly operating reports for deep injection wells at two landfills, and overseeing soil management implementation activities at a golf course redevelopment site. She previously managed several projects under the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) Dry-cleaning Solvent Cleanup and Petroleum Restoration Programs and has experience assessing and remediating sites with chlorinated solvents and petroleum constituents in soil and/or groundwater. Notable projects that Ms. Rodriguez has been involved in are described below.

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Ms. Romero is an Industrial Hygienist with the SCS Las Vegas office. She has over 22 years of experience involving environmental health and safety in environmental due diligence, soil/groundwater investigations, and industrial hygiene, including asbestos, lead-based paint, biological (mold/bacteria) contamination, chemicals/metals, noise, and indoor environmental and air quality management. Ms. Romero is also a Certified Environmental Manager (CEM).

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    • Ms. Romero is an Industrial Hygienist with the SCS Las Vegas office. She has over 22 years of experience involving environmental health and safety in environmental due diligence, soil/groundwater investigations, and industrial hygiene, including asbestos, lead-based paint, biological (mold/bacteria) contamination, chemicals/metals, noise, and indoor environmental and air quality management. She has significant experience in investigating and managing environmental impacts to commercial, industrial, municipal, casino/resort, and residential properties. As an Industrial Hygienist, Ms. Romero manages a variety of projects for property owners, property managers, and financial institutions, from initial assessments to remediation and closure; and she works in conjunction with regulatory agencies and subcontractors. She also supports the legal community in biological contamination and construction defect matters. Ms. Romero is also a Certified Environmental Manager (CEM).

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Mr. Romo provides SCS with over 25 years of experience in landfill gas (LFG) system operations monitoring, maintenance, migration control and recovery projects, and NSPS compliance. Field responsibilities have included routine testing, monitoring, and maintenance; repair of LFG collection headers, pneumatic pumps, extraction wells, and blower/flare facilities. Additionally, Mr. Romo has performed non-routine troubleshooting and repairs as well as emergency response services. He is experienced in all phases of landfill construction and drilling, installation of LFG systems, including flares.

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    • Mr. Romo provides SCS with over 25 years of experience in landfill gas (LFG) system operations monitoring, maintenance, migration control and recovery projects, and NSPS compliance. Field responsibilities have included routine testing, monitoring, and maintenance; repair of LFG collection headers, pneumatic pumps, extraction wells, and blower/flare facilities. Additionally, Mr. Romo has performed non-routine troubleshooting and repairs as well as emergency response services. He is experienced in all phases of landfill construction and drilling, installation of LFG systems, including flares.
      Mr. Romo has supervised projects in Los Angeles County, Orange County, Kern County, and San Diego County, and other areas of Nevada, Arizona, and Texas.
      Mr. Romo is routinely involved with work scope implementation, scheduling of field technicians, data review, interpretation, and assessment and coordination with the Engineers. Responsibilities have included, report preparation and review, Health & Safety Plan preparation and implementation, and providing support in regulatory compliance.

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Mr. Roth is a Project Director with the Landfill Gas (LFG) Group in the SCS Reston, VA office. He has served on a number of LFG engineering projects involving LFG remediation system design, emissions inventories and air permitting, migration and odor control, ambient air sampling and reporting, LFG and CER due diligence projects, GHG emission mitigation and reporting, field sampling and assessments, and general emissions control projects.

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    • Mr. Roth is a Project Director with the Landfill Gas (LFG) Group in the SCS Reston, VA office. He has served on a number of LFG engineering projects involving LFG remediation system design, emissions inventories and air permitting, migration and odor control, ambient air sampling and reporting, LFG and CER due diligence projects, GHG emission mitigation and reporting, field sampling and assessments, and general emissions control projects.

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Ms. Russo is a Business Manager for SCS Engineers’ Remote Monitoring and Control (RMC) group and the lead manager for SCS RMC’s drone services. She has worked for SCS for 13 years – transitioning from the SCS Field Services operations, monitoring, and maintenance (OM&M) administrative team to the SCS RMC team in 2013. She has managed the administration and installation of most of the 125 RMC west coast projects SCS has completed, to date. She is also a FAA licensed drone pilot and leads the development of SCS’s drone services, finding the latest applications that would benefit the clients in their efforts to optimize remote data collection and management.

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    • Ms. Russo is a Business Manager for SCS Engineers’ Remote Monitoring and Control (RMC) group and the lead manager for SCS RMC’s drone services. She has worked for SCS for 13 years – transitioning from the SCS Field Services operations, monitoring, and maintenance (OM&M) administrative team to the SCS RMC team in 2013. She has managed the administration and installation of most of the 125 RMC west coast projects SCS has completed, to date. She is also a FAA licensed drone pilot and leads the development of SCS’s drone services, finding the latest applications that would benefit the clients in their efforts to optimize remote data collection and management.
      She has managed and performed numerous aerial inspections nationwide and internationally for the purpose of thermal surveillance, methane leak detection, topographic mapping, stockpile calculations, aerial 2D images and 3D mapping. She is responsible for researching, interpreting, organizing, coordinating, and executing RMC Drone projects across the nation, and routinely schedules project staff; assigns work; tracks progress, budgets, materials, and prepares reports for clients and SCS management.

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Mr. Saldivar is a Project Professional in our San Diego, California, office.

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    • Mr. Saldivar is a Project Professional in our San Diego, California, office.

Mr. Salmons is a Project Manager for our Operations, Monitoring & Maintenance (OM&M) Division.

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    • Mr. Salmons is a Project Manager for our Operations, Monitoring & Maintenance (OM&M) Division.

Mr. Salomone is a Project Advisor with over 20 years of experience as a Civil/Environmental Engineer and Project Manager for site development and remediation projects serving municipal, government, and private clients. He is responsible for design engineering for active and closed landfills, solid waste studies, landfill gas management, landfill environmental systems, operation and maintenance, and construction support. His experience includes new landfill cell design, gas control facilities, material recovery sites, and waste transfer stations. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in Virginia and New York.

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    • Mr. Salomone is a Project Advisor with over 20 years of experience as a Civil/Environmental Engineer and Project Manager for site development and remediation projects serving municipal, government, and private clients. He is responsible for design engineering for active and closed landfills, solid waste studies, landfill gas management, landfill environmental systems, operation and maintenance, and construction support. His experience includes new landfill cell design, gas control facilities, material recovery sites, waste transfer stations, as well as supporting elements, such as roadways, and water, sanitary and stormwater utilities. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in Virginia and New York.
      Other projects include former industrial sites, CERCLA and superfund sites, and composting facilities, including design, consulting, and construction support for superfund sites, solid waste, and commercial development.
      Mr. Salomone has assisted clients with preparing procurement documents, permit documents, and construction estimates, as well as other construction and bid phase assistance. His areas of expertise include site grading and design for stormwater management, and erosion and sediment control to meet state regulations.

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Ms. Samson is a Staff Professional for our Tracer Environmental division. Her main area of concentration is risk analysis. She is responsible for the documentation of Process Safety Management Programs (PSM), Risk Management Programs (RMP), General Duty Clause Programs (GDC) and California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) Programs for facilities using regulated substances. This work includes preparing all necessary documentation for compliance with the PSM/RMP/CalARP regulation, developing the Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams, modeling the potential off-site consequences of potential releases, compliance audits, and other environmental study projects for municipal and private clients.

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    • Ms. Samson is a Staff Professional for our Tracer Environmental division. Her main area of concentration is risk analysis. She is responsible for the documentation of Process Safety Management Programs (PSM), Risk Management Programs (RMP), General Duty Clause Programs (GDC) and California Accidental Release Prevention (CalARP) Programs for facilities using regulated substances. This work includes preparing all necessary documentation for compliance with the PSM/RMP/CalARP regulation, developing the Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams, modeling the potential off-site consequences of potential releases, compliance audits, and other environmental study projects for municipal and private clients.

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Ms. Samuels is SCS’s Director of Communications. She creates and manages strategic communications, corporate branding, content management, outreach, and social media programs.

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    • Ms. Samuels is SCS’s Director of Communications. She creates and manages strategic communications, corporate branding, content management, outreach, and social media programs.
      Ms. Samuels has over 25 years combined experience in partnership development, outreach, communications, and marketing for large service companies. She has helped Fortune 500 clients in aerospace, technology, pharmaceutical, and financial industries.

Mr. Santos is a Project Manager with over 6 years of industry experience. His landfill gas (LFG) experience includes flare operations, flare maintenance, LFG collection and control system (GCCS) operation and maintenance, non-routine repair, and emergency call-out response. He has participated in many phases of project operations, including well field monitoring, environmental compliance, data analytics, LFG-to-energy (LFGE) coordination, blower station replacement/construction, flare source testing, well installations, LFG system upgrades, and liquids management.

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    • Mr. Santos is a Project Manager with over 6 years of industry experience. His landfill gas (LFG) experience includes flare operations, flare maintenance, LFG collection and control system (GCCS) operation and maintenance, non-routine repair, and emergency call-out response. He has participated in many phases of project operations, including well field monitoring, environmental compliance, data analytics, LFG-to-energy (LFGE) coordination, blower station replacement/construction, flare source testing, well installations, LFG system upgrades, and liquids management.
      Mr. Santos manages operations, maintenance, and monitoring (OM&M) of LFG and LFGE systems at multiple active and post-closure landfills in the San Diego area and other regions in Southern California. These services include on-site inspections, operation and maintenance of blower equipment; monitoring and adjustment of gas wells to maintain optimum extraction and compliance; and monitoring of perimeter probes to check for gas migration in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations. He routinely analyzes and evaluates data to confirm quality assurance standards, evaluates recovery process plant and collection system readings, and performs troubleshooting of plant and system processes and equipment.

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Mr. Saraf is a Senior Project Manager with over 5 years of experience in the design, permitting, and construction of landfills, waste processing facilities, leachate collection and management systems, landfill gas and collection systems, Title V NSPS reporting, and GHG reporting. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in Texas and Florida.

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    • Mr. Saraf is a Senior Project Manager with over 5 years of experience in the design, permitting, and construction of landfills, waste processing facilities, leachate collection and management systems, landfill gas and collection systems, Title V NSPS reporting, and GHG reporting. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in Texas and Florida.
      Additional experience includes preparing construction drawings for bottom liner systems of multiple MSW landfill cells, landfill closure projects, development of a 3,000-acre area green site, solid waste master plans, financial assurance estimates, operations and maintenance of active LFG and flaring system, landfill airspace calculations, preparing stormwater pollution prevention plans and national pollutant discharge elimination system permit application.

Mr. Sarwari is a Project Professional in our Sacramento, California, office. He has engineering experience on large-scale professional projects in the United States and Afghanistan. He specializes in general engineering design; civil engineering; solid waste facility design and engineering analysis; site grading, erosion control, and stormwater design; landfill gas (LFG) system design; construction quality assurance (CQA); and preparation of construction plans, specifications, and construction documents.

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    • Mr. Sarwari is a Project Professional in our Sacramento, California, office. He has engineering experience on large-scale professional projects in the United States and Afghanistan. He specializes in general engineering design; civil engineering; solid waste facility design and engineering analysis; site grading, erosion control, and stormwater design; landfill gas (LFG) system design; construction quality assurance (CQA); and preparation of construction plans, specifications, and construction documents.
      He has designed and provided oversight for the construction of building structures and facilities, such as roads, bridges, channels, and water and sewage systems, for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Air Force Civil Engineer Center (AFCEC) in Afghanistan.

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Mr. Saylor has been active in the field of environmental and construction engineering since 1978. His experience includes public sector, private sector, and consulting, resulting in a broad understanding of all facets of engineering issues.

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    • Mr. Saylor has been active in the field of environmental and construction engineering since 1978. His experience includes public sector, private sector, and consulting, resulting in a broad understanding of all facets of engineering issues. Since 1984 Mr. Saylor has been involved in the landfill engineering field.

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Paul Schafer
Paul Schafer
Vice President/Project Director/National Expert on Ambient Air Monitoring
Sacramento, CA
National Expert: Ambient Air Monitoring
O. (619) 823-5333

Mr. Paul Schafer is a Vice President and Project Director at SCS Engineers and our National Expert on Ambient Air Monitoring. During his technical career at SCS and SCS Tracer Environmental, Mr. Schafer has assumed key roles on several nationally significant monitoring efforts.

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    • Mr. Paul Schafer is a Vice President and Project Director at SCS Engineers, and our National Expert on Ambient Air Monitoring. During his technical career at SCS and SCS Tracer Environmental, Mr. Schafer has assumed key roles on several nationally significant monitoring efforts. He has in-depth experience interfacing with regulatory agencies regarding the performance of monitoring systems, source emission tests, and continuous process monitors which are operated for our clientele. He has had direct working experience with the San Luis Obispo County APCD, San Joaquin Valley APCD, Imperial County APCD, South Coast AQMD, Santa Barbara APCD, San Diego County APCD, California Air Resources Board, EPA Region IX, and the General Services Administration regarding monitoring programs and air quality impact assessments. He is also experienced in liquids management.
      Mr. Schafer offers decisive management skills, which contribute to the success of monitoring programs under his purview. Cost control management and defensible technical performance are primary goals integral to all of the long-term monitoring programs that he manages. Mr. Schafer has developed close business relationships with manufacturers and vendors in the ambient air quality monitoring field.
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Mr. Schick is a Project Manager based in our Miami, Florida, office. He has been an environmental professional since 2010 with experience in field inspection, sample collection, documentation, and project management. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in Florida. He is also a Florida Qualified Stormwater Management Inspector.

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    • Mr. Schick is a Project Manager based in our Miami, Florida, office. He has been an environmental professional since 2010 with experience in field inspection, sample collection, documentation, and project management. He is a Professional Engineer licensed in Florida. He is also a Florida Qualified Stormwater Management Inspector.

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Michael Schmidt
Michael Schmidt
Project Director/National Expert on Environmental Insurance Claims and Underwriting
Suffern, NY
National Expert: Environmental Insurance Clai... +
O. (845) 918-5220

Mr. Schmidt is a Project Director in our Suffern, NY, office and our National Expert in Environmental Insurance Claims and Underwriting. He is an accomplished leader with nearly 30 years of experience in the environmental consulting and environmental insurance industries, with specific experience focusing on the evaluation of environmental risks and liabilities associated with insurance claims and underwriting, site investigation and remediation, due diligence, project management, and marketing. Mr. Schmidt is responsible for the growth and management of our environmental services practice in the greater New York area.

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    • Mr. Schmidt is a Project Director in our Suffern, NY, office and our National Expert in Environmental Insurance Claims and Underwriting. He is an accomplished leader with nearly 30 years of experience in the environmental consulting and environmental insurance industries, with specific experience focusing on the evaluation of environmental risks and liabilities associated with insurance claims and underwriting, site investigation and remediation, due diligence, project management, and marketing. Mr. Schmidt is responsible for the growth and management of our environmental services practice in the greater New York area.
      Mr. Schmidt has planned, managed and executed dozens of investigations involving multiple media (i.e., soil, groundwater, surface water) and contaminants at a wide-variety of sites located throughout the eastern seaboard of the US. These sites have ranged in size and complexity from residential properties, to commercial/industrial facilities, to major military bases.
      Specific projects involved environmental activities associated with underground storage tank (UST) and above-ground storage tank (AST) releases, dry cleaners, ISRA closures, historic fill, linear project corridors, a variety of commercial and industrial sites, and Brownfields sites, including the management and oversight of the remediation of the most heavily arsenic-contaminated site in New Jersey. Remedial actions have included soil excavation, pump and treat, air sparging and soil vapor extraction (AS/SVE), and innovative soil stabilization methodology.
      Mr. Schmidt has significant due dilligence experience conducting and managing Phase I and Phase II ESAs and other environmental assessments of residential, commercial and industrial properties throughout the NY/NJ metropolitan area for real estate companies, lending institutions, developers, and private individuals. Mr. Schmidt meets the definition of an Environmental Professional (EP) under the EPA All Appropriate Inquiries regulations (40 CFR 312).

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Ms. Schmiesing has a diverse background in geology nearly 30 years of professional experience. Prior to joining SCS, she performed geotechnical investigations and regulatory evaluations of geological and hydrogeological aspects of solid waste landfills. Subsequently, over her two decades at SCS, she has been involved in numerous projects involving environmental investigation of hazardous chemicals in soils and groundwater at hazardous and solid waste sites.

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    • Ms. Schmiesing has a diverse background in geology nearly 30 years of professional experience. Prior to joining SCS, she performed geotechnical investigations and regulatory evaluations of geological and hydrogeological aspects of solid waste landfills. Subsequently, over her two decades at SCS, she has been involved in numerous projects involving environmental investigation of hazardous chemicals in soils and groundwater at hazardous and solid waste sites.
      Ms. Schmiesing has participated in a certified health and safety program in compliance with OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.120. She is knowledgeable in incident response operations, team functions, personnel safety, and field equipment. She is able to recognize and evaluate potential chemical and physical hazards and associated risks in field operations; discuss and use personnel protective equipment such as respiratory protection and protective clothing; use and interpret direct-reading instruments; and examine and establish Standard Operating Safety Guidelines to ensure safe and effective response operations.

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Mr. Schoffner is a Project Manager with our OM&M Division. He is experienced in landfill gas (LFG) system operation, monitoring, and maintenance (OM&M), including LFG well field monitoring and adjustment, extraction system troubleshooting and repair, and blower/flare station operation and maintenance (O&M). He performs both routine data analysis and evaluation and non-routine system repair and is experienced in groundwater monitoring, LFG sampling, and landfill surface emissions monitoring. He has also performed LFG field and classroom training for several clients.

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    • Mr. Schoffner is a Project Manager with our OM&M Division. He is experienced in landfill gas (LFG) system operation, monitoring, and maintenance (OM&M), including LFG well field monitoring and adjustment, extraction system troubleshooting and repair, and blower/flare station operation and maintenance (O&M). He performs both routine data analysis and evaluation and non-routine system repair and is experienced in groundwater monitoring, LFG sampling, and landfill surface emissions monitoring. He has also performed LFG field and classroom training for several clients.