Jeremiah Armitage is a Principal Geologist based in Indiana with more than 20 years of experience investigating and remediating contaminated sites with a focus on addressing groundwater contamination and vapor intrusion.
Jeremiah leads site investigations and remediation projects related to releases of chlorinated solvents, petroleum hydrocarbons, polychlorinated biphenyls, and metals. His remediation experience includes active remedial measures like soil vapor extraction, soil excavation, pump and treat, permeable reactive barriers, and in situ chemical oxidation, as well as passive measures, like vapor mitigation, institutional controls, plume behavior analysis, and long-term stewardship. On behalf of clients, he investigates and remediates soil and groundwater at sites throughout Indiana and in Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Alabama. Drawing upon his wealth of experience with many different remedial strategies, he helps his clients achieve efficient and cost-effective closure of sites.
To advance the state of the practice, Jeremiah serves on the Midwestern States Environmental Consulting Association (MSECA). His participation in MSECA has included two terms as president; he has served as lead for the Vapor Intrusion Workgroup and was the point of contact for MSECA’s comments on the Indiana Department of Environmental Management’s 2022 Risk Based Closure Guide.