ATLANTA, Ga. — Ganesh Krishnan, PE, CPESC, Martha Carr, PG, and Jay Beech, PhD, PE, will present at the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) Georgia Chapter's 2008 Fall Conference and Annual Business Meeting in St. Simons Island, Ga., on November 12 — 14.
Ganesh, an associate engineer at Geosyntec, will address stormwater issues within the solid waste industry. He has more than 14 years of experience as a design engineer in water resources and geo-environmental engineering. Ganesh has Master's degrees in environmental and civil engineering from the Florida Institute of Technology and a Bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Mangalore University in Manipal, India.
Martha, a senior hydrogeologist, will speak about monitoring networks. She has 18 years of geologic and hydrogeologic experience for municipal solid waste, environmental, dam-related, and geotechnical investigations. At Geosyntec, Martha manages projects which have involved methane and groundwater monitoring at hazardous waste and solid waste landfill sites. She has a Master's degree in geology from the Georgia Institute of Technology and Bachelor's degrees in geology and anthropology from Georgia State University.
Jay, a principal engineer, will discuss gas-to-energy feasibility during the conference. He has 30 years of experience in the design and construction of waste containment and subsurface barrier systems, demolition and remediation of former industrial sites, as well as geotechnical and civil engineering applications. Jay has a Doctoral degree in geotechnical engineering from Cornell University and Master's and Bachelor's degrees in civil engineering from Wayne State University.