Is your organization planning a renovation or expansion? Maybe you'd like to conduct building maintenance to prevent a future emergency? There are multiple hazards and toxins that need to be taken into consideration before starting a construction project. If hazards are not properly identified, tested and removed, they have the potential to derail a project. This webinar will show you how to handle hazardous building materials from the perspective of two environmental engineers.
Ryan Miller is an Engineering Project Manager at Triumvirate Environmental, where he has conducted numerous environmental engineering projects and remedial response actions, including tank removals and closure reports, laboratory and facility decontaminations, hazardous building materials identification and sodium azide remediation, all in accordance with federal, state and local environmental regulations. Mr. Miller has also carried out engineering consulting services, remedial system operation and maintenance, building material inspections (asbestos, PCB's, mercury, lead etc.) and emergency spill response work throughout his career. He has a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from the University of New Hampshire.
Maria Borejsza-Wysocka is an Environmental Engineer at Triumvirate Environmental, Inc., where she conducts multiple environmental remedial response actions and consulting services. The projects that Ms. Borejsza-Wysocka works on include contaminated soil and groundwater remediation, underground storage tank removals, building material inspections (mercury, lead, PCB’s, etc.) and laboratory decontaminations. All of these services and projects are conducted in accordance with federal, state and local regulations. Ms. Borejsza-Wysocka has a B.S. in Biology from Cornell University and a M.S. in Environmental Science from Southern Illinois University.