Joe Mizerany is a Senior Principal Geologist based in Florida with more than 30 years of professional experience focused in the areas of environmental media assessment and remediation, complex hydrogeological investigations, land redevelopment and reuse, and client support in expert testimony matters. His practice has focused on development of environmental management and risk based solutions for the manufacturing and service facilities of Fortune 500 companies, and the remediation of commercial and public sector properties impacted by explosive compounds, chlorinated solvents, metals, and petroleum hydrocarbons.
Joe has diverse experience in solid and hazardous waste management, land management and planning, environmental and regulatory compliance, and employee health and safety for industrial and solid waste industries. He works directly with Geosyntec's National Clients to secure and confirm successful execution of regulated and development project work, and large scale Brownfield redevelopment ventures. He had a significant role in preparing ASTM's Guidance, Risk-Based Corrective Action (RBCA) for Chemical Release Sites and has participated in the development of Federal and selected State (RBCA) programs throughout the U.S. His perspicuity with ASTM and the RBCA process landed him in a subcommittee working directly with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Headquarters in the development of RCRA Hazardous Waste Identification Rule (HWIR) and Mixture and Derived From rules. Subsequent to the publication of these final rules Mr. Mizerany authored several of his own publications on how to navigate through the intricacies of managing hazardous waste.
In his role of serving National Accounts his responsibilities include liability management associated with employee and health and safety hazards, including indoor air quality and noise exposure assessments, Process Safety Management Program development, and expert testimony for a variety of industries, such as Aerospace, Explosives and Ordnance, Manufactured Steel, Utilities, and Oil & Gas. Joe has also performed complex groundwater assessment and remediation projects at landfills throughout the U.S, often demonstrating that the application of landfill gas controls would elucidate groundwater impacts, while unilaterally complying with CAA, Title V and NSPS regulations.