After Hours: John Bird Serves the Community at CRIL Hayward's Tips for Change
August 23, 2018
Farallon Principal Geologist John Bird will put his wealth of experience to good use . . . by waiting tables. John will revisit his waitstaff roots to benefit Community Resources for Independent Living (CRIL) during its 4th Annual Tips for Change Fundraiser on August 27, 2018 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Gianni’s Italian Bistro in San Ramon, California. Over 5 years ago, John was led to CRIL after...
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EPA Unveils e-Manifest Hazardous Waste Tracking System
July 6, 2018
By Thomas E. Long, Associate Environmental SpecialistA PDF of this article can be found here. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) debuted its national hazardous waste tracking system, the e-Manifest program, in all states on June 30, 2018. The e-Manifest program offers new manifesting and tracking options for hazardous waste generators, transporters, receivers, and brokers of hazardous...
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Revisions to the ASTM E1527-13 Standard
June 19, 2018
Are you ready for another round of revisions to the ASTM E1527-13 Standard?  Farallon Principal Tina Huff is active in the due diligence community and is a member of the task group responsible for revising this Standard.  Her latest publication can be found in the Environmental Bankers Association 2018 Summer Journal here.
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Senior Geologist Brian Kahl Joins Farallon's Irvine Team
May 15, 2018
Farallon recently welcomed Senior Geologist Brian Kahl to its offices in Irvine, California.  Brian is an accomplished environmental management professional offering over 30 years of experience managing environmental liabilities, evaluating environmental impacts, and implementing remedial solutions in the public and private sectors. Brian brings a wealth of experience in project management, field...
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Farallon Comes Together for Tiny Houses
March 22, 2018
Here at Farallon, we recognize the importance of community service and are proactive in volunteering and giving back to our local communities. Next month, employees from our Seattle and Issaquah, Washington offices will be providing labor to help build tiny houses for the Whittier Heights Tiny Village for Women. This effort is a perfect match for our employees, who are extremely resourceful...
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Amy Essig Desai Joins Panel at the EBI Environmental Summit on March 22, 2018
March 20, 2018
Farallon's Amy Essig Desai is joining a panel at the EBI Environmental Industry Summit in San Diego this week. On Thursday, March 22, she will join other younger corporate-level executives in an open dialogue to discuss where the industry is going and what next-gen employees look for in career and leadership opportunities. As a leader in an ever-evolving industry, Amy has a front-row seat to see...
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Farallon After Hours: Tad Cline, A Life of Stewardship
March 15, 2018
Principal Civil Engineer/Hydrogeologist Tad Cline has a lifelong connection with the land and water. Tad began sailing El Toro dinghies on a mountain lake at a family cabin in the California Sierra at the age of 5. Later, Tad and his father won the Guam 420 sailing championship when Tad was 11. Tad bought his first sailboat when he was 14 and living on Lopez Island, and participated in ocean...
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Farallon Welcomes Principal Chris Kovac and Senior Engineer Suzy Stumpf
February 5, 2018
Farallon recently welcomed Principal Engineer Chris Kovac and Senior Design Engineer Suzy Stumpf, to its offices in Washington State. Chris joins Farallon’s Issaquah office bringing 23 years of experience as a licensed Professional Engineer in Washington, Oregon, California, and Alaska. Chris holds bachelor’s degrees in Civil Engineering from the University of Washington and in Biology from San...
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Principal Engineer Chris Poulsen Joins Farallon's Portland Team
January 19, 2018
Civil Engineer Chris Poulsen joins Farallon as our newest Principal based in our Portland office.  Chris brings over 24 years of experience and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Nebraska.  He’s led large, multi-discipline projects involving soil, groundwater, and sediment remediation and stormwater management and design, and has a long track record...
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Farallon Welcomes Principals Chuck Esler and John Bird
December 19, 2017
Chuck Esler, a Principal Scientist, joins Farallon's Portland, Oregon office bringing more than 27 years of experience providing environmental consulting services to a wide array of commercial, industrial, and public sector clients.  His experience includes hundreds of environmental projects such as preliminary assessments; sediment, soil, soil gas, and groundwater investigations; remedial...
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