Gregory Roush is a Senior Principal Geologist based in Georgia with more than 30 years of experience focused on directing multi-disciplinary projects involving site assessments and corrective actions at industrial facilities found throughout the Southeastern United States.
As a consultant, Greg provides practical, streamlined, and cost-effective regulatory strategies and remediation services to clients in the pulp and paper, wood treatment, pharmaceutical, chemical manufacturing, petroleum storage, and transportation industries. Many of Greg's projects involve the implementation of both innovative and traditional investigative and remedial technologies targeting risk-based remedial goals. Greg has successfully negotiated risk-based cleanup goals and implemented a variety of remedial technologies including in situ bioremediation, soil vapor extraction, monitored natural attenuation, in situ chemical oxidation utilizing permanganate and ozone, phytoremediation, dredging and excavation, vapor mitigation systems, and various containment technologies. Greg is the current Project Director for several large RCRA corrective action sites and several sediment sites that are in various stages of the CERCLA process.
Greg also has significant experience with environmental due diligence site assessments for property transactions, regulatory compliance, preparation of various multi-media permit applications, and post closure care monitoring for closed solid and hazardous waste landfills.