He has engineering experience with expertise in water supply and treatment, site assessment, and remediation of soil, groundwater and non-aqueous phase liquid (NAPL).
With particular expertise regarding in situ biochemical treatment of metals in groundwater, Pete has experience on dozens of sites in North America. He has designed groundwater treatment systems ranging from nominal gallons per minute to 17 million gallons per day. His hands-on experience laid the foundation for his pragmatic approach to designing "operator- and maintenance-friendly" treatment systems.
As a consultant, Pete has a strong track record of serving as an effective advocate for his clients under various state programs, including the Connecticut Remedial Standard Regulations (RSRs) and the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP). His experience includes site remediation and management under a variety of federal environmental regulations including the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA), and Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). He has developed financial estimates for environmental compliance, remediation, and asset retirement, a valuable benefit for clients who desire environmental compliance within the structure of their business model. He is known as an effective communicator in a variety of settings from project teams to public involvement groups.
To advance the state of the practice, Pete serves on the Board of the New Hampshire chapters of the Environmental Business Council of New England and the American Council of Engineering Companies. As a past-president of the New Hampshire Society of Professional Engineers he aggressively promotes engineering ethics. He is a Licensed Site Professional in Massachusetts and a Licensed Environmental Professional in Connecticut, allowing him to issue site remediation opinions for site activities and closure in those states on behalf of his clients.