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James Berndt, LPG August Mack Environmental

Indianapolis, Indiana
Environmental, Hydrology - hydrogeology, groundwater, groundwater modeling, pollution, contamination, dry cleaning, environmental investigation, remediation, wells, modeling, contaminated soil, VOC contamination, drinking water, risk assessment, remedial alternatives, reasonable and necessary, subsurface investigation
James Berndt, LPG is the Manager of Corporate Technical Services and a Licensed Professional Geologist in the Corporate office of August Mack Environmental, Inc. with more than 30 years of experience in the environmental industry. During his career, Mr. Berndt has managed hundreds of environmental projects for clients across the United States, in Europe, and South America, involving heavy metals, petroleum and chlorinated solvents and other volatile organic compounds including TCE, PCE and associated degradation products. His work commonly involved delineating the nature and extent of impacts, developing risk-based cleanup criteria and designing and implemented corrective actions. In addition to consulting work, Mr. Berndt has taught hydrogeology as a member of the adjunct faculty of the University of Indianapolis. His primary areas of expertise include site investigation, remediation, hydrogeology, groundwater flow and chemical transport modeling, and predictive cost modeling for e...
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Rina Schumer, PhD

Reno, Nevada
Hydrology, Environmental - Hydrogeology,Groundwater,Subsurface,Environmental Cleanup,Pollution,Contamination,Agricultural chemicals,Aquifer,PFAS,TCP,MTBE,VOC,Chlorinated Solvents,Nitrate,Pesticides,Fumigants,Perchlorate, Water Rights,Drinking Water,Data Analysis,Statistics,Water Resources,Modelling,Solute Transport,Geology
Dr. Schumer is a Research Professor of Hydrology and has served as both the Assistant Vice President for Research and the Assistant Vice President for Academic and Faculty Affairs has at the Desert Research Institute, the environmental research arm of the Nevada System of Higher Education. She has a BA in Earth & Environmental Sciences from Wesleyan University and graduate degrees in Applied Mathematics (MS) and Hydrogeology (MS, PhD) from the University of Nevada, Reno. Prior to moving to Nevada, she worked for Hydro-Environmental Technologies, Inc. in Massachusetts, where she performed environmental monitoring, site assessments, as well as installation, operation, and maintenance of groundwater remediation systems. She has more than 50 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters and has been an Associate Editor for the journal Water Resources Research. Her basic and applied research is generally related to transport in environmental systems with emphasis in hydrogeology as well ...
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Chuck Dutill, PE, DFE Heritage Technical Services, Inc.

West Chester, Pennsylvania
Environmental, Engineering - Hydrology, Sewer, Water, Flooding, Groundwater, Hydrogeology, Drainage, Wastewater Treatment, Septic Systems, Utility, Sewer Systems, Sanitary Sewage, Mold, Stormwater Management, Hydraulics, Hazardous Waste, Drinking Water, Waste Management, Erosion, Soils, Pumping, Water Quality, Air Quality
Nationwide experience as hydrologist, environmental engineer, and civil engineer, including for construction, operations, design, inspections, floodplains, contamination, toxicity, hazardous waste, spills, grading, remediation, pollution, sinkholes, health and safety, pumping, modeling, odors, soils, dams, regulations, combined sewers, overflows, aquifers, water distribution, water treatment, hydraulic fracturing, Standard of Care, sedimentation, hydroplaning, wetlands, landfills, monitoring, infiltration/inflow, and metering. Forensic cases for Mr. Dutill have comprised federal and state courts, and include damages from approximately $25,000 to approaching $1 billion, with most between $100,000 to $5M. As indicated in feedback from attorneys on expert witness cases, some of the strengths of Mr. Dutill include understandable guidance, responsiveness, timeliness, communication, effective report writing, strong testimony (including on cross), efficiency, organization, and assistance ...
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