Representative PASS Projects

Specific PASS projects are noted throughout this site on pages containing a "Service Shorts" column. Certain projects have included:

Expert witness support for environmental litigation-
Soil contamination expert for a major industrial operation, several lawsuits
Monitoring well issues for a WA consultancy
Industrial siting versus environmental sensitivity for a tribe

Served on the External Advisory Group (EAG) for the Hydrogeologic Workplan at the Los Alamos National Laboratory for seven years

Provided direct support to U.S. EPA for technical program review

Carried out a variety of tasks associated with a sensitive lake environment and industrialization within a tribal reservation boundary

Analyzed innovative PRB designs proposed in a RI/FS for chlorinated hydrocarbons impacting property boundaries and assistance with the development of appropriate compliance and performance monitoring using low-flow rate sampling methods
Stacks Image 114

Stacks Image 115
Served as an advisor to a tribe on a major cement kiln dust site

Authored reports and performed technical and editorial review for site characterization and cleanup projects in Botany Bay, Australia

Conducted investigations and surveys relative to the remediation needs of the electric power utility industry

Provided indirect support to U.S. EPA on numerous ground water and subsurface topics via subcontracts with two prime contractors.

Performed exploratory data analyses and provided expert witness support on projects in Washington State involving ground water monitoring issues

Evaluated data from ten Washington State landfills and prepared recommendations and sampling guidance

Proposal development, geochemical evaluations and exploratory data analysis on NV and WA landfills, including landfill sampling guidance

Worked with a client to develop reports germane to the sampling needs of the electric power utility industry

Evaluated tender submissions for a proposed permeable reactive barrier installation in England

Stacks Image 116