Hazardous Materials Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts in environmental pollution and toxic substances, regulatory compliance, lead-based paint assessments, waste classification, management and disposal of hazardous material.
The listings below are all Hazardous Materials expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsMET Associates
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.
Western States Fire Investigations
JT Collier is owner and primary fire/arson investigator for Western States Fire Investigations. Specializing in fire and arson investigations JT has extensive training and experience investigating the origin and cause of fires and arsons.
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.
Gerard Macri & Associates
Gerard Macri, Ph.D.
New Windsor, NY
Principals provide expert technical assistance to counsel in litigation involving violent chemical reactions, incompatible chemical mixtures, job risk analysis/hazard assessment, hazardous materials/waste storage and disposal.
KHB CONSULTING SERVICES
Kenneth H. Brown, Ph.D.
KHB CONSULTING SERVICES provides expertise to attorneys in the following areas:1. Chemistry and Chemicals 2. Paint and Coatings 3. Hazardous Materials 4. Labels, Warnings and Instructions 5. Laboratory Testing and Analysis 6. Chemical Exposure
Gossman Forensics provides expert technical assistance to counsel in litigation involving fires and explosions, chemical and environmental forensics, hazardous waste, hazardous materials, regulatory compliance, and injury or chemical exposure claims due to hazardous materials or hazardous operations. Expert review and opinions on patents related to the above fields is also provided.
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