Brighton, MI, March 25, 2015: Jeremy Efros, C.P.G., has conducted investigative activities on environmentally impacted sites in several states for both public and private clients since 1995. He has implemented remedial activities for petroleum contaminated soil and water from leaking underground storage tanks. He has conducted or provided oversight for initial UST removals through implementation of remedial actions, long-term groundwater monitoring, Initial and Final Assessment Reporting, and site closures. Mr. Efros has also provided operation and maintenance services on skimmer pump systems and natural attenuation monitoring at several gasoline storage and distribution facilities in Michigan. In addition, Mr. Efros has experience working as a Superfund Technical Assessment and Response Team (START) member for the USEPA in Regions IV, V, and V. Mr. Efros’ field experience includes monitor well placement, installation, and surveying; conducting geophysical surveys; low flow groundwater sampling; vapor intrusion assessments; dredging project oversight; and hazardous materials assessments. He has also completed numerous Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments throughout Michigan for all land types uses.
Jeremy holds a BS in Geology from the University of Michigan and is a Masters Candidate in Geophysics and Paleoseismology from Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.