Clark McWilliams, PE, MSc, is experienced is solid waste management, landfill design, permitting, construction, monitoring and corrective action. He has managed and directed corrective actions at closed landfills, and oversaw permitting and construction reviews for numerous operational landfills in Arkansas.
Additional experience includes investigations, remediation and reclamation/redevelopment of active and abandoned commercial and industrial facilities (including solar and other sustainability projects), as well as environmental regulatory permitting, compliance and enforcement of active municipal, commercial and industrial facilities.
Mr. McWilliams also has experience in civil engineering construction related to geotechnical and construction material services.
As a former member of the State of Arkansas original Brownfields program development team, he was involved in legislation, regulations and guidelines as the program evolved. Similarly, he worked with the regional office of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to increase awareness and participation in the voluntary assessment and cleanup program. He was also instrumental in developing and executing the Arkansas Landfill Post-Closure Trust Fund program, which provided funding for several corrective actions and remediations. He has also been involved in State mining reclamation projects funded by the federal Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Office.