Allison Kreinberg is a Project Scientist based in Ohio with experience in the assessment and remediation of sites impacted by chlorinated solvents and metals, coal combustion residual (CCR) management, and contaminant fate and transport. She also has extensive experience performing vapor intrusion sampling and mitigation.
Allison has experience assisting clients with multiple aspects of site investigation, including investigation planning, sampling and reporting. She has drafted quarterly and annual status reports, field investigation work plans, conceptual site models, alternative source demonstrations, and Phase I environmental site assessments. She has also written technical memoranda for a variety of industries, including power generation and manufacturing.
Allison has managed the assessment of groundwater quality at numerous CCR impoundments at multiple coal-fired power plants. She has supervised the development of a statistical analysis plan for an interpretation of the data and project-specific databases to improve statistical analysis and interpretation of analytical data. She has evaluated alternative source demonstrations (ASDs), including many with a focus on natural variation in site geology and geochemistry. She has also completed an assessment of corrective measures (ACM) under the federal CCR Rule.
Additionally, she has experience in completing desk-top investigations, including modeling groundwater chemistry via Geochemist's Workbench and PHREEQC. She has designed and conducted bench scale experiments related to metals stabilization, geochemical microbiology, and soil buffering capacity.
Under RCRA, Allison can help clients with Facility Investigation at sites impacted by chlorinated solvents and chromium. She can assist with the delineation of metals impacts, prepare Final Investigation Reports, and implement interim remedial measures to protect human health and the environment.