Rebecca helps clients resolve complex issues by providing groundwater and soil site assessments; remedial system technology evaluations; cost estimating and design; remedial system optimization; remedial system construction, operation, and optimization; subsurface vapor intrusion assessment; and subsurface vapor intrusion mitigation design and implementation. She also assists clients with the evaluation and implementation of bioremediation applications for the remediation of chlorinated solvent impacted soil and groundwater, including the application of molecular techniques to evaluate dechlorination potential and extent. Rebecca has worked for industrial, commercial, municipal, and federal clients under state-mandated and voluntary programs, and the U.S. EPA RCRA program.
In addition to site investigation and remediation, Rebecca provides environmental litigation support for her clients, including technical support to defend tort suits and to recover claims compensation from the client’s insurance carrier related to environmental remediation expenditures. She has also performed environmental liability valuation estimates for industrial clients providing estimates of probability and cost for appropriate environmental remediation scenarios. Rebecca has also assisted her clients with RCRA permitting applications, including Part B Permit applications and Remedial Action Plan permit applications. In addition, she has reviewed hazardous waste storage tank designs for compliance with RCRA requirements.
Rebecca was a contributing author of the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC) Green and Sustainable Remediation technology overview and technical guidance documents and continues as an internet-based trainer for the Green and Sustainable Remediation Team.