Pollution Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts in the pollution of air, water and waste, caused by paints, coatings and plating operations, chemical manufacturing, general manufacturing, mining and other industries. Also specialize in pollution prevention methods.
The listings below are all Pollution expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsGerard Macri & Associates
Gerard Macri, Ph.D.
New Windsor, NY
Principals provide expert technical assistance to counsel in litigation involving hazardous waste storage and disposal, industrial engineering, air and water pollution and abatement, environmental chemistry, NY State DEC regulations, EPA environmental regulations, SPDES waste water permits.
Ernest P. Chiodo, MD, JD, MPH, MS, MBA, CIH
Clinical and Forensic Medicine
MD & JD (Wayne State), MPH (Harvard), MS (Biomedical Engineering and Toxicology-WSU), MBA (University of Chicago), CIH. Physician, Attorney, Certified Industrial Hygienist, Toxicologist & Epidemiologist. Former Medical Director of the Detroit Health Department. Board certified in internal med, occupational & environ. med, & public health.
Dr. David L. Mitchell, PhD
Expert Witness Testimony for Forensic Meteorology, Weather Event Re-Construction, and Industrial Air Pollution Cases. Cases Include Air Quality Modeling, Severe Storms, Wind & Flood Damage.
Heritage Technical Services, Inc.
West Chester, PA
40 Years of Experience (Nationwide): Wastewater Treatment, Septic System, Pollution, Sewer System, Overflow, Sanitary Sewage, Groundwater, Backup, Mold, Hydrogeology, Drinking Water, Water Treatment, Air Quality, Water Quality, Contamination, Toxicity, Hazardous Waste, Industrial Waste, Solid Waste, Spill, Storage, Remediation, Health and Safety, Modeling, Odor, Soil, Regulation, Combined Sewer, Aquifer, Hydraulic Fracturing, Sedimentation, Erosion, Monitoring, Design, Maintenance, Inspection, Surface Water, Biosolids/Sludge, Compliance, Wetland, Standard of Care
No Pollution Enterprises
Charles Town, WV
Dr. Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff is a chemical engineer with more than 35 years of industry applied research and international consulting experiences. He renders opinions based on a careful reconstruction of facility practices. He and his staff develop the source terms needed to quantify exposures and doses.
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