Aaron Getchell and Mike Lodato Provide Environmentally Sound Advice to Dry Cleaners
ATLANTA, Ga. — Geosyntec staff members Aaron Getchell, PG, and Mike Lodato, PG, provided sensible environmental compliance advice to nearly 30,000 dry cleaners and their suppliers in the article "No Runs, No Drips, No Errors"_ Practical Environmental Compliance," published in the February 2010 edition of the National Clothesline newsletter.
In addition to illustrating a practical view of environmental compliance, Aaron and Mike wrote the article to provide resources for regulatory guidance and explain items an environmental consultant would look for when evaluating possible chemical mismanagement and release of dry cleaning solvents.
Aaron, who is based in Geosyntec's Boca Raton office, has over 12 years of experience in conducting site assessments and contamination assessments; Phase I and Phase II site assessments; emergency spill response; geotechnical investigations; industrial facility decommissioning; underground storage tank removals; remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater; assistance with Brownfields redevelopment; and corporate environmental health and safety management. He has a BA in geology from Eastern Kentucky University.
Mike, who is based in Geosyntec's Tampa office, has over 24 years of technical and managerial experience in hydrogeology covering a broad range of project types, including contamination assessment and remedial design of sites impacted with chlorinated solvents, metals, pesticides, and petroleum products. He has an MS in hydrogeology and BS in geology from the University of South Florida.