Veryl Wittig is a Senior Principal Hydrogeologist based in California with more than 25 years of experience focused on complex environmental site assessment, landfill and waste management facilities, hazardous materials mitigation, groundwater studies, and regulatory compliance for private and public sector clients throughout the southwestern United States.
His practice focuses on providing multi-component remedies and risk mitigation for the cleanup of contaminated sites and properties impacted by chlorinated solvents, petroleum hydrocarbons, pesticides, asbestos, metals, and other hazardous materials. Sought out for his expertise in creating cost-effective solutions to achieve long-term restoration goals, Veryl has a wide range of experience in leading contaminant investigations and multi-disciplinary design management projects across the southwestern U.S. for the military; energy storage, transmission and distribution; landfill and waste management; transportation; agriculture; dry cleaning; and renewable energy industries. During the span of his career, Veryl has been responsible for performing more than 200 Phase I ESAs, spearheading due diligence services, and assessing human health risks at impacted properties across the U.S. and Mexico.
An expert in indoor air pollution and vapor intrusion assessment and remedy, Veryl's portfolio includes overseeing engineering solutions related to power generation and transmission, landfill design, waste management, and groundwater optimization project planning and construction. His environmental consulting services are valued for streamlining project execution, regulatory coordination, and remediation implementation and monitoring operations. To advance the state of the practice, Veryl successfully serves as a key subject matter expert for the California Department of Consumer Affairs for the Certified Hydrogeologist Examination and Passing Score Workshop. In his role at Geosyntec, he works closely with our private and public sector clients to provide innovative solutions to complex problems involving our environment, and civil infrastructure.