2023 NJ Site Remediation Conference Instructors


Ryan Andersen, CHMM, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services

Instructor for: PFAS - A Practical Guide to Navigating through the Regulatory Process

Ryan Andersen is a Senior Project Manager with Langan Engineering and Environmental Services since 2005. His practice involves site investigation, remedial assessments and site remediation, brownfield redevelopment support, waste management, and due diligence support under multiple state and federal regulatory programs. More recently, his practice has focused on strategizing, investigating, and remediating complex emerging contaminant issues at existing sites. He is involved with developing a technical guidance document being prepared by the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council’s Per and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances team with a focus on the practical approaches to characterization and sampling for these compounds.


Caryn Barnes, LSRP - Langan

Instructor for: PFAS - A Practical Guide to Navigating through the Regulatory Process and Remedial Action Permits - Approval Strategies and Roles of Independent Professional Judgement

Ms. Barnes  has  30  years  of  experience  in  all  aspects  of  environmental investigations, feasibility testing, NAPL, soil and groundwater remediation, soil vapor investigations and site closure. Caryn has worked extensively in New Jersey, on both New Jersey and USEPA-led projects. Her extensive knowledge  of  the  regulations,  coupled  with  her  strong  technical  skills, enables   her   to   be   an   effective   client   advocate,   determining   and implementing  cost-effective  environmental  remedies  that  are  protective  of human health and the environment.  Caryn is the Project Coordinator for a multiple-party  Superfund  site  in  New  Jersey,  and  is  addressing  issues associated  with  emerging  contaminants,  including  1,4-dioxane  and  Per- and  Poly  Fluoroalkyl  Substances  (PFAS).  Ms.  Barnes  has  worked  with Fortune  500  Companies  developing  environmental  portfolios  of  greater than    100    projects,    managing    regulatory,    technical,    and    financial responsibilities.   As  an  LSRP,  Caryn  has  certified  numerous  Response Action  Outcomes  (RAOs)  and  has  prepared  dozens  of  LSRP  submittals.  Caryn  has  been  the  LSRP  of  record  for  more  than  20  projects.   She  is President emeritus of the LSRP Association, a professional organization of over 1000 members.


Brian Blum, CPG, LSRP, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services

Instructor for: Successful Remediation - Pitfalls to Avoid and Remediation Part 2

Mr. Blum is a New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP), a Certified Professional Geologist (CPG), and NY Professional Geologist (PG) with over 37 years of experience in environmental contamination investigation and remediation, brownfield redevelopment, water resource permitting and groundwater development for irrigation and water supply systems. He has managed many remediation projects ranging in size and scope from relatively small assessments to multi-million dollar, multi-discipline investigation, remediation, and redevelopment efforts. Mr. Blum has developed expertise in delineating and remediating trichloroethene (TCE) within fractured rock. He has managed a unique, full-scale remediation project integrating the construction of blast fracture trenches in crystalline bedrock to enhance chemical oxidant delivery to the subsurface and mitigate the TCE plume's source. Mr. Blum participated in the NJDEP/Stakeholder Committee that developed the State’s Vapor Intrusion Technical Guidance document and has organized and participated as an instructor in vapor intrusion-related continued and professional education seminars at Rutgers and Montclair State Universities.

Bob Bond, PG, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services

Instructor for: Successful Remediation - Pitfalls to Avoid and Remediation Part 2

Bob Bond, P.G. is a consulting senior hydrogeologist with Langan with over 34 years of environmental assessment and remediation experience. Bob’s practice focuses on the hydrogeologic assessment and remediation of fractured bedrock aquifers. He has designed, implemented and managed numerous hydrogeologic and remedial investigations using his background in geochemistry and structural geology to model the fate and transport of contaminants. Bob has served on seven Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC) teams and has a history of yearly involvement and responsibilities with national conferences, including Battelle, National Ground Water Association (NGWA), and the Geological Society of America (GSA). He has taught university short courses and spoken at local and national conferences on environmental forensics, data analysis, fractured bedrock assessments, and the fate and transport of contaminants.


Bill Brab, CPG, PG, AST Environmental

Instructor for: Innovative Methods to Characterize and Remediate Fractured Bedrock

Bill Brab, PG, CPG is a Senior Remediation Geologist for AST Environmental, Inc. in Midway, Kentucky with over 20 years of experience in environmental geology and site remediation. Bill is an expert in fractured bedrock characterization and is a recognized authority in Kentucky and Tennessee for his investigation and remediation of karst geology. He moved from environmental consulting to AST in 2011 and quickly assisted in distinguishing AST as the leading in-situ remediation technology company in the marketplace- a unique injection approach involving high resolution sampling, detailed conceptual site models, intricate and combined-remedy designs, and injection techniques.


Bharat Chandramouli, Ph.D., SGS Canada

Instructor for: Utilizing Forensics, Lab Methods, and Regulatory Guidelines for PFAS and 1,4-Dioxane

Bharat Chandramouli, Ph.D. is a senior scientist with 20+ years of experience in the occurrence, fate and transport of persistent organic pollutants and contaminants of emerging concern. He is a published author on several peer-review articles and book chapters on atmospheric chemistry, per- and polyfluorinated substances (PFAS) measurement, emerging contaminants occurrence, semivolatiles fate and transport and more. At SGS, Bharat manages the development of new products and services in North America, provides technical leadership on analytical methods and coordinates between product development, sales, management and clients to ensure that SGS services meets everyone’s needs. In addition to bachelor’s and master’s degrees in engineering and environmental science, Bharat completed his Ph. D in environmental science and atmospheric chemistry from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Lawra J. Dodge, P.G., LSRP, Excel Environmental Resources

Instructor for: LSRP Ethics

Lawra J. Dodge, PG, LSRP is the founder and President of Excel Environmental Resources, a full-service environmental consulting and engineering firm in North Brunswick, NJ. She is a licensed Professional Geologist (PG) and a Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) with 40 years of experience working with municipalities, redevelopment authorities, and non-profit organizations across the State as well as industrial, commercial, and residential property owners, developers, and builders. Ms. Dodge is a recognized expert in Brownfield remediation and redevelopment and has facilitated the successful cleanup and redevelopment of some of the largest and most challenging properties across New Jersey and the Tri-State area. Her expertise includes remedial action design using innovative technologies to accelerate cleanup and expert litigation support for a wide range of disputes involving contaminated property transfers, allocation of costs for cleanup, third-party cost recovery, and negligence claims.


John Doyon, NJDEP

Instructor for: Sustainable Resilient Remediation for a Changing Climate: Practical Applications

Mr. Doyon is a Section Chief at the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's (NJDEP) Contaminated Site Remediation & Redevelopment Program. He has over 33 years of experience with contaminated site remediation and redevelopment. While a case manager with the Bureau of Case Management in the NJDEP, he previously oversaw the private sector remediation of contaminated sites. As a brownfield and grant coordinator, Mr. Doyon then worked with the Office of Brownfield & Community Revitalization (formerly the Office of Brownfield Reuse). As a brownfield coordinator, he worked with NJ municipalities to manage Brownfield Development Areas and assist with overcoming regulatory hurdles to remediate brownfields in their communities. As a grant coordinator, Mr. Doyon assisted communities with obtaining funding for remediation activities on brownfields. He now manages the Construction Section of the Bureau of Site Management, where he oversees Construction Managers who work with contractors to conduct publicly funded cleanups.


Charlene Drake, LSRP, Langan Engineering and Environmental

Instructor for: What Practitioners Need to Know about the Dirty Dirt Amendment to A-901

Charlene Drake, LSRP, is a Senior Associate with Langan Engineering and Environmental Services’ Philadelphia office. Charlene specializes in Brownfields Redevelopment from diligence through construction. Charlene currently is serving as the Chair of the LSRPA Communications Committee and Co-Chairs the LSRPA Committee representing LSRPs in matters pertaining to the NJ “Dirty Dirt Law."
Ms. Drake has 31 years of experience in environmental consulting. She has a proven record of success in envisioning and implementing growth and change in a diverse and technical business setting. As an experienced technical project manager, Ms. Drake’s core competencies include brownfields redevelopment and materials management, interpretation of environmental data, budget planning and administration, critical path project management, environmental compliance, customer/stakeholder relationship management, and quality control and process development.


Jeffrey Entin, LSRP, SLR Consulting

Instructor for: Sustainable Resilient Remediation for a Changing Climate: Practical Applications

Jeffrey Entin has over 30 years of experience assessing, managing, and mitigating multimedia hazardous materials for private industry, investors, developers, and government entities. Mr. Entin’s practice includes directing all phases of site investigation and remediation projects at contaminated sites. His experience includes complex ecological risk assessments, in-situ groundwater remediation, capping and closure, redevelopment of confined dredged material disposal facilities, landfills and brownfields, and linear construction. He provides environmental due diligence, industrial compliance, permitting and sustainability support, and litigation support in brownfield redevelopment, remedial cost and feasibility, contaminant migration and insurance matters. Mr. Entin has been a LSRP since the program’s inception. He is a regular course instructor for the LSRPA.

Mark D. Fisher, CHMM, LSRP, The ELM Group

Instructor for: Response Action Outcomes (RAOs) Issuance and Post-RAO Compliance and Remedial Action Permits - Approval Strategies and Role of Independent Professional Judgement

Mr. Fisher has over thirty years of experience in environmental risk management. He has an environmental assessment and multi‐media remediation background, including expertise in regulatory program management, contaminated site remediation, and redevelopment. His expertise is augmented by comprehensive experience in environmental compliance assessment and program development, including ISO‐14001 and environmental management systems. Mr. Fisher is a New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP), and the lead partner of ELM’s LSRP Team. He was a member of the Board of Trustees for the New Jersey LSRP Association (LSRPA) since the inception of the Association in 2009 through January 2017, including serving as President of the LSRPA. He is actively involved in numerous LSRP‐related regulatory and guidance committees, including Chair of the LSRPA Regulatory Outreach Committee. Professional experience also includes liability and cost allocation evaluations, including forensic environmental evaluations to support cost allocations/recovery actions and litigation support.


Robert W. Fisler, LSRP, Woodard & Curran

Instructor for: Remedial Action Permits - Approval Strategies and Role of Independent Professional Judgement

Robert is a New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional with over 23 years of experience in the environmental consulting industry. Primary work experience includes but is not limited to regulatory matters in New Jersey relating to ISRA, SRRA, ARRCS; property transfer and redevelopment, litigation and settlement support services in New Jersey and beyond. Specialties include New Jersey and Pennsylvania environmental investigation and remediation, including the development and implementation of innovative and cost-effective project closure/completion strategies for complex sites. Robert has been responsible for the planning and implementation of large, multi-phased remedial projects and the managing of large amounts of analytical, hydrogeological, and investigation data. He has considerable experience in preliminary site assessments, comprehensive site characterizations, feasibility studies and remediation design projects. His experience crosses the spectrum of geologic conditions ranging from unsaturated overburden to deep bedrock aquifers, with various constituents of concern.


Allison Gabala, Esq.

Instructor for: LSRP Ethics

Allison’s practice focuses on affirmative and defensive environmental litigation, environmental regulatory matters, and corporate and real estate transactions where potential environmental liabilities may inform contract provisions or insurance policies included in the transaction. She represents clients in Superfund and hazardous waste cases; natural resource damage (NRD) suits; and federal and state cleanup, cost-recovery, and contribution actions, as well as in the federally sponsored allocation processes that determine responsibility and cost accountability in large federal and state-regulated environmental/hazardous waste sites. With extensive regulatory, transactional, and litigation experience in both government and private practice, Allison advises companies on compliance with federal, state, and local environmental laws and regulations; management of environmental investigation and remediation at contaminated properties; obtaining and defending licenses, permits, and other approvals from state, regional, and federal regulatory bodies; and obtaining insurance coverage. She works closely with property owners and developers, nonprofit organizations, industrial manufacturers, and life sciences and pharmaceutical companies to provide comprehensive environmental assessments of purchase and sale documents, lease agreements, and the terms of access agreements, including conducting due diligence to identify environmental issues in corporate and commercial real estate transactions and providing strategies to mitigate or transfer the risks associated with said transactions.


Timothy Hull, PG, LSRP, Princeton Geoscience

Instructor for: Innovative Methods to Characterize and Remediate Fractured Bedrock

Tim Hull is a Professional Geologist and NJ Licensed Site Remediation Professional with nearly 20 years of experience implementing multi-media field investigations, managing large volumes of complex data, and developing concise summaries and graphics that support remediation decision-making. Currently serving as Field Team Leader for complex RCRA Corrective Action and CERCLA (Superfund) projects, Tim also has expertise in oversight of drilling, remediation, surveying and geophysics subcontractors; and preparation of various remedial phase reports. A graduate of Bates College, Tim received his training in borehole geophysics from the NGWA and equipment manufacturers. As Vice President of Princeton Geoscience’s field operations, Tim has participated in scoping for, and has implemented and developed reports for borehole geophysical logging projects supporting our consulting industry clients at dozens of fractured bedrock sites in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Along with Jim Peterson, Tim has presented continuing education training in the application of borehole geophysics to environmental site remediation to over 40 engineering and consulting firms and to several professional groups and regulatory agencies.

Glenn Nicholas Iosue, P.E., BCEE, REGENESIS

Instructor for: Successful Remediation - Pitfalls to Avoid and Remediation Part 2

Mr. Glenn Nicholas Iosue, P.E., BCEE has 23 years of remediation experience. He holds a B.S. in Bioenvironmental Engineering from Rutgers University, Professional Engineer licenses in multiple states, and is a Board Certified engineer specializing in Environmental Sustainability. He has significant experience in developing effective technical solutions for Fortune 500 companies, industrial and commercial facilities, and government agencies. Mr. Iosue has led complex investigations and cleanup programs. This has included in situ sorption, in situ chemical oxidation (ISCO), bioremediation, air sparging, soil vapor extraction, and other innovative approaches in remediating challenging sites including bedrock remediation. His areas of technical expertise include soil and groundwater remediation, feasibility studies, remedial alternative evaluations, and remedial treatment systems. Mr. Iosue has been involved with numerous projects for both active and abandoned facilities and installations throughout the United States.


Matthew Karmel, Esq., Offit Kurman

Instructor for: Sustainable Resilient Remediation for a Changing Climate: Practical Applications

Matthew Karmel is passionate about sustainability and the environment and has been widely recognized for his influence and leadership in these areas. As the head of the firm’s Environmental and Sustainability Law practice area, Mr. Karmel represents a wide variety of businesses and individuals in connection with the full range of environmental matters. From Fortune 100 companies to individual homeowners, Matthew provides clients with practical and common-sense environmental counsel, including in the following areas:

  • Brownfields Redevelopment and Site Remediation; Regulatory Compliance and Land Use/Operational Permitting;
  • Environmental Litigation and Enforcement Defense;
  • Real Estate and Corporate Transactions (incl. Environmental Due Diligence and Contracting);
  • Waste Management and Recycling (incl. Development, Permitting, and Compliance);
  • Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development; and
  • Environmental Justice.


Barbara Koonz, Esq., Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis

Instructor for: What Practitioners Need to Know about the Dirty Dirt Amendment to A-901

Barbara J. Koonz is a Partner in the Environmental Law Department at Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP, where she chairs the Energy, Renewable Resources & Sustainable Development Practice Group. Ms. Koonz focuses her practice in the areas of environmental and energy law, with an emphasis on the permitting and transfer of A-901 licensed solid waste facilities and transporters, scrap metal and other recycling facilities. Ms. Koonz has extensive experience in negotiating regulatory issues and resolving related enforcement actions with public agencies, including the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (BPU). She regularly represents A-901 license holders and licensed entities in matters before the DEP, including license application, compliance and enforcement proceedings. Ms. Koonz regularly provides advice on A-901 compliance issues and has authored several articles regarding New Jersey’s A-901 Dirty Dirt law requirements.


Marlene Lindhardt, LSRP, Lindhardt Environmental Consulting

Instructor for: Response Action Outcomes (RAOs) Issuance and Post-RAO Compliance and LSRP Ethics

Ms. Lindhardt is the owner of Lindhardt Environmental Consulting, LLC and has been an Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRP) since 2012. She has over 40 years of experience in the environmental industry working for the federal government, emergency response remediation contractors and engineering consultants. Ms. Lindhardt has been responsible for multiple projects ranging from preliminary assessments through site remediation for government and commercial clients. She has addressed wetlands, threatened and endangered species, and historic sites within the scope of site remediation. She is a member of the LSRPA Board of Trustees and participates in various committees including Risk Management, Governance, Contaminants of Emerging Concern, and Regulatory Outreach. She has been a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) since 1985 and is a member of the ITRC committee for development of technical guidance for optimization of in-situ remediation technologies. Ms. Lindhardt has a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University.


Annie Mailloux, MS, P.G., Geosyntec Consultants

Instructor for: Use of Spreadsheet Models for Site Characterization and Decision Support

Ms. Mailloux is a professional geologist serving a diverse range of industry and government clients in New Jersey, across the United States, and internationally. Her roles include project management, coordination, and technical consulting for several large, multimedia investigation and remediation projects as well as providing support for litigation, real estate transactions, and more. Ms. Mailloux’s technical expertise is as a hydrogeologist with extensive experience in groundwater plume delineation/refinement and groundwater fate and transport assessment. She regularly applies models and statistical analyses for refinement of plume spatial and temporal extents for both classification exemption area/well restriction area designations, receptor evaluations, remedial action development, and litigation purposes. Ms. Mailloux has successfully planned and implemented complex remedial and pre-design investigations for dissolved phase plumes in a variety of geologic settings across New Jersey and internationally. She enjoys applying cutting-edge technology and unconventional investigation strategies, where necessary, to solve complex questions. As part of her dedication to expanding industry technical knowledge, she is currently completing her PhD focusing on groundwater dynamics and numerical modeling.

Frank McLaughlin, NJDEP

Instructor for: Sustainable Resilient Remediation for a Changing Climate Practical Applications

Frank McLaughlin manages the Office of Brownfield and Community Revitalization overseeing a unique Brownfield Development Area (BDA) program in 29 communities and a nationally recognized brownfield funding program, the Hazardous Discharge Site Remediation Fund (HDSRF). Frank has worked in the environmental field for over 30 years in the public, private, and academic sectors.  Frank has overseen the successful reclamation of numerous brownfields and landfills, creating new economic, community, environmental, public health and climate-resiliency assets in underserved communities, including The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Community Center in Camden, NJ.


Patrick T. Mottola, Esq., Chiesa Shahinian & Giantomasi

Instructor for: ISRA Beyond Basics

Patrick is a member of the firm’s Environmental Group. To this role, he brings extensive experience advising industrial, commercial and developer clients on various issues related to Brownfield redevelopment, site remediation, real estate and corporate transactions, regulatory compliance and permitting and resolution of enforcement and litigated matters. Patrick regularly appears before the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the United States Environmental Protection Agency. Patrick has extensive experience as an environmental professional, providing counsel, creative solutions, and management strategies for all environmental issues. With an extensive background as an environmental lawyer, environmental risk manager and geologist, Patrick evaluates environmental issues holistically by integrating legal, technical, and financial perspectives to serve the client's business objectives.


John Oberer, GZA GeoEnvironmental

Instructor for: Presumptive and Alternative Remedies Technical Guidance

John Oberer is a Senior Vice President and Principal at GZA with over 30 years of experience, 22 years at GZA, in environmental investigation and remediation. Mr. Oberer also serves as the District Office Manager for GZA’s metropolitan Philadelphia area offices and has served as a trainer for GZA’s project management training program. He attended Carnegie Mellon University, where he received a BS in Chemistry with a Toxicology minor. John is a founding member of the LSRPA and has held every executive office on its Board of Trustees. In 2018, South Jersey Biz magazine named John one of its Top Executives of the Year. He has served on several NJDEP committees developing guidance for implementing the LSRP program. John has also published several articles on New Jersey’s LSRP program.


James, L. Peterson, PG, LSRP, Princeton Geosicence

Instructor for: Innovative Methods to Characterize and Remediate Fractured Bedrock

Jim Peterson is a PA and NY Professional Geologist and NJ Licensed Site Remediation Professional with over 30 years of experience as an environmental consultant providing contaminated site investigation, remediation, and project management services. Jim has extensive experience in guiding projects to successful outcomes under New Jersey's Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) and RCRA Corrective Action. He is the Chairman and past Programming Chair for the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists (AEG) NY–PA Chapter; a past member of the Technical Sounding Board for the LSRPA; and is a supporting instructor for the “Groundwater in Fractured Bedrock” continuing education class at Rutgers University.


Derek Pizarro, CPG, AST Environmental

Instructor for: Innovative Methods to Characterize and Remediate Fractured Bedrock

Derek Pizarro, CPG is a Senior Product Manager for AST Environmental, Inc. in West Chester, Pennsylvania. Derek is a Certified Professional Geologist and has 18 years of experience in environmental applications, specifically bedrock contaminant characterization; contaminant transport studies; heavy metals remediation; permeable reactive barrier (PRB) design; and reagent bench-scale testing and design for environmental sites and industrial and utilities clients. He has participated in the testing and selection of contaminant remedies for multiple CERCLA sites, projects under the Pennsylvania Act 2 land recycling program, and hundreds of privately funded cleanups.


Andrew B. Robins, Esq., Sills Cummis & Gross

Instructor for: Response Action Outcomes (RAOs) Issuance and Post-RAO Compliance

Andrew B. Robins uses his wide range of environmental law experience to counsel clients in regulatory compliance, cost recovery litigation, redevelopment, brownfields, transaction negotiation and risk analysis. His broad background includes environmental and brownfield redevelopment matters involving solid and hazardous waste regulations, the LSRP program, ISRA/ECRA, CAFRA, voluntary cleanups, medical waste regulations, wetlands regulations, Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, underground storage tanks (USTs), stream encroachment (flood plain) regulations, waterfront development, Meadowlands, Highlands, Pinelands and CERCLA (Superfund) as well as land use approval matters and related transactions and litigation.


Steven T. Senior, Esq., Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland Perretti

Instructor for: Response Action Outcomes (RAOs) Issuance and Post-RAO Compliance

Steven T. Senior is a partner in Riker Danzig's Environmental Group. He has developed extensive expertise in complex regulatory and transactional matters, including brownfield redevelopment, site remediation and ISRA, permitting and counseling, due diligence, and enforcement defense. His practice serves various industries and businesses, including brownfields redevelopers, the energy, manufacturing and pharmaceutical sectors and environmental consulting and engineering firms. Steve has been a leading attorney in developing the Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) program and the New Jersey Site Remediation Reform Act. He participated in the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s Legislative Reform Stakeholder Process for the Site Remediation Program.

William Silverstein, LSRP, GEl Consultants

Instructor for: What Practitioners Need to Know about the Dirty Dirt Amendment to A-901

Mr. William Silverstein is a Senior Consultant with over 35 years of experience in environmental consulting to industry, the legal community, insurance carriers, and property developers. Bill holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and is a New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) and a Licensed Professional Engineer in multiple states. Bill currently serves as the Co-Chair of the LSRPA Committee representing LSRPs in matters about the NJ “Dirty Dirt Law." Mr. Silverstein’s technical specialties include chemical and environmental engineering; solid and hazardous waste and remediation project management; in-situ groundwater treatment; remediation systems design, permitting and construction management; underground storage tank management; cost allocation; environmental auditing and regulatory compliance management; environmental reserves evaluation, and other environmental investigation


Raj Kamal Singh, SGS North America

Instructor for: Utilizing Forensics, Lab Methods, and REgulatory Guidelines for PFAS and 1/4-Dioxane

Dr. Singh is a Laboratory Supervisor at SGS North America, Dayton, NJ, and has 10 years of experience in testing environmental contaminants and using plasma and other advanced treatment technologies. In the last 5 years, Dr. Singh’s work involved PFAS analysis and treatment, focusing on analytical method development for targeted and non-targeted analysis of PFAS and many emerging contaminants. Also, he worked on many federally-funded and industrial collaborative projects that involved effective remediation of PFAS. Dr. Singh has published 18 scientific papers with pioneering findings in emerging pollutants treatment, two book chapters and a patent.

Kathi Stetser, LSRP, GEI Consultnts

Instructor for: ISRA Beyond Basics

Ms. Stetser, a Vice President and Industrial Practice Leader at GEI Consultants, has 30 years of consulting experience and specializes in environmental program management and New Jersey site remediation services for clients within the chemical, pharmaceutical, manufacturing and utility business sectors. Kathi is a NJ regulatory specialist and expert in the Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) matters.


Michelle Clifford Tomaszewski, PD, LSRP, GEI Consultnts

Instructor for: ISRA Beyond Basics

Michelle has been working full time for twelve years in remedial investigation, engineering, and consulting, with experience in both engineering technologies and the New Jersey Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) regulations. She has experience in a wide variety of investigation and remediation including the Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) investigations, soil and groundwater investigation, excavation and disposal, in-situ chemical reduction, due diligence and compliance work. Michelle is a Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) and is involved with several NJDEP Stakeholder Committee.


Theodoros (Ted) Toskos, LSRP, PG, Jacobs

Instructor for: Use of Spreadsheet Models for Site Characterization and Decision Support

Ted brings over 30 years of experience in environmental consulting. He has a thorough understanding of regulations, investigation and remediation technologies, and the proven ability to direct projects from inception to completion. He is recognized in the environmental practice field through ongoing participation in national and international associations and presents at lectures and conferences. He leverages his extensive technical expertise and interfaces with clients, colleagues and governmental agencies within multi-disciplinary private and public sector projects to execute complex projects. Ted works interactively with the in-house and external legal teams to help align technical project activities with legal needs and strategy and provide the legal team with the information and analysis necessary to develop strategy and respond to judicial requests.