Mr. Schultz specializes in the development of screening levels and site-specific remediation goals and has served on several rules committees for the Ohio EPA Voluntary Action Program (VAP) [Rule 08, 09], and also for the Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulations (BUSTR). In 2002, he was sanctioned by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) to instruct courses on Risk Based Corrective Actions (RBCA). He has also been a frequent guest speaker at the well-known NGWA PC Applications course with Robert Cleary and, has provided expert witness reports and testimony regarding remediation costs and environmental risk. Mr. Schultz has also given numerous lectures to, and on behalf of, government entities regarding the use implementation of risk based decision making (e.g., Czech Republic, Argentina, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Chile, South Africa, etc.).
Mr. Myers is a certified professional geologist that brings over 20 years of experience in the environmental industry, the bulk of which has been as a consultant in the private practice of risk assessment and environmental consulting. As Executive Director, Mr. Myers is responsible for business development, contract negotiations, supervision of employees, and oversight of the Emergency Response division. Mr. Myers has expertise in projects regulated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA), the Ohio State Fire Marshal/Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulations (SFM/BUSTR), West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, and the Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection. Mr. Myers is also currently accountable for marketing strategies related to major oil UST related corrective action facilities within the State of Ohio, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. This responsibility also entails the composition of service agreements for scopes of work, and the oversight of multifaceted projects.
As Executive Director of Underground Storage Tank (UST) Services and a Senior Project Manager, Mr. Grecco is responsible for managing several Staff Geologists and three (3) Project Managers in the complete management of numerous projects regulated by the Ohio State Fire Marshal/Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulations (SFM/BUSTR) and Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) Voluntary Action Program (VAP) projects. He is also responsible for interaction with state regulatory agencies for the review and implementation of Remedial Action Plans (RAPs) and Corrective Actions. Mr. Grecco is currently accountable for marketing strategies for all UST related corrective action facilities. This responsibility also entails the composition of service agreements for scopes of work, and the oversight of multifaceted projects.
In April 2016, Mr. Pierce became the Executive Director of Brownfield Services at BJAAM Environmental, Inc. (BJAAM) located in Canal Fulton, Ohio. Mr. Pierce specializes in leveraging State and Federal funding sources to remediate and redevelop blighted Brownfield properties. Mr. Pierce and the BJAAM Brownfield team have successfully procured tens of millions of dollars for the benefit of local communities and private end users alike. The funding and subsequent remediation and redevelopment of these Brownfield properties removes the blighted eye sore, creates jobs and in some cases valuable green space recreation areas for communities; thus increasing the local tax base.
Mr. Mitchell performs risk-assessment investigations associated with hydrocarbon releases at current and former petroleum fueling sites for multiple clients. As a project manager for over 11 years, his knowledge and experience with interdisciplinary fields of geology are not only utilized to interpret collected field data and laboratory analytical results, but they serve as the scientific basis for recommending courses of corrective action. Tasks customarily completed include; field personnel oversight, performance of dynamic fate and transport modeling, development of soil and ground water management plans, emergency response activities, sample collections during the removal of underground storage tank systems and preparation of remedial action plans. Additionally, report generation and discussion of investigative results with clients and regulatory agencies are routinely performed.
Mr. Wilde began his career at BJAAM Environmental, Inc. (BJAAM) in 2006 as an Environmental Field/Remediation Technician. Mr. Wilde currently manages BJAAM’s Remediation Services Group, consisting of project managers, specialists and technicians, which executes remedial actions throughout Ohio and West Virginia in accordance with the Ohio State Fire Marshal/Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulations (SFM/BUSTR) and West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WV DEP), respectively. BJAAM’s Remediation Services Group has successfully implemented a wide variety of remediation technologies at petroleum release sites to attain site-specific cleanup goals and ultimately a No Further Action (NFA) Status.