Thank You Message from President Lisa Kay, Best Management Practices, EISB Technology - Alta Environmental November 2019 Newsletter
Message of Thanks from President Lisa Kay
At this time of year, I would like to say a heartfelt “thank you” to all our clients, teaming partners, vendors, subconsultants, employees, families and friends. We owe our continued success to you and all that you bring to our firm. Please accept our wishes for a happy Thanksgiving, a joyous holiday season and a successful new year!
Best Management Practices and How to Evaluate Them
By David Renfrew & Jacqueline McMillen. This article originally appeared in Storm Water Solution's October print issue titled "Practice Makes Perfect" Water quality managers may be implementing Best Management Practices (BMPs) using both administrative and structural controls, yet the water quality compliance results still are over permitted limits. Managers may need answers as they report to upper management or regulatory agencies on why BMPs are not performing as expected.
EISB: Innovative In-situ Technology for Treatment of Chlorinated Solvent Compounds in Groundwater
By Steve Ridenour, PG, from Civil + Structural Engineer on Enhanced In-Situ Bioremediation (EISB) technology
Elevated levels of chlorinated solvent compounds, such as tetrachloroethene (PCE) or trichloroethene (TCE), are often present in groundwater beneath sites where manufacturing and industrial operations have occurred. An innovative technology known as Enhanced In Situ Bioremediation (EISB) is being used to cost-effectively treat these contaminated sites.
Roxanne recently joined Alta|NV5 as a Staff Geologist. She brings more than seven years of professional experience in geology, GIS, site assessments and remediation to the team. Roxanne received he Bachelor of Science in Geology from California State University Long Beach. She holds a variety of certifications and training certificates, including OSHA 40HR HAZWOPER, First Aid/CPR, APNGA Portable Nuclear Gauge Safety and USDOT Hazmat. She is fluent in both Spanish and English. Roxanne is currently working toward her Geologist-in Training (GIT).