Michael J. Philbin
Mr. Philbin has 12 years of experience in site assessments and remediation projects involving the determination of the nature and extent of soil, groundwater, surface water, air, and building material contamination at a variety of sites throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island. Mr. Philbin leads site investigations, directs response actions, and conducts technical report writing and review under local, state, and federal environmental regulations. He has managed projects that have included assessment, investigation, and remediation of sites with petroleum, chlorinated solvents, PAHs, PCBs, asbestos, and metals contamination. He has provided oversight for the removal of underground storage tanks, including agency notification, corrective actions, and closure activities. Mr. Philbin has directed the characterization and cleanup of PCB remediation waste and PCB bulk product waste in accordance with EPA protocols and approval at complex and dynamic disposal sites. Mr. Philbin also has extensive experience in job hazard analysis and the preparation of Site-Specific Health and Safety Plans in accordance with the OSHA Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Standard. Mr. Philbin’s continuing education includes professional seminars related to remedial technologies and the implementation of state and federal environmental regulations.
B.A. Liberal Arts, Middlebury College