Eric Sager is a Principal Geologist based in Florida with over 22 years of experience working collaboratively to build project teams that solve complex problems and meet client expectations.
Eric’s practice includes site investigations, conceptual site model development, feasibility studies, remedial design and implementation, and long-term monitoring for sites contaminated by volatile organic compounds, petroleum hydrocarbons, polychlorinated biphenyls, pesticides, herbicides, metals, and several emerging contaminants of concern in various media.
A growing portion of Eric's practice includes the investigation of sites impacted by per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), and he is responsible for PFAS investigations at 15 facilities in Florida, Alabama, and California. In fact, he is currently working on some of the largest PFAS sites identified in Florida, including fire training facilities. Eric routinely presents the results of the PFAS work he is performing at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)'s Kennedy Space Center (KSC) at NASA team meetings. He also shares his knowledge of PFAS investigation and remediation techniques, challenges, and processes by conducting "Lunch & Learn" meetings for different industry groups and presenting at multiple technical conferences.
In addition to managing a portfolio of projects at KSC, Eric's background includes diversified technical and program management experience and regulatory negotiations. His clients include the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), the electric utility industry, the oil and gas industry, chemical manufacturers, the retail industry, real estate developers, and others.