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Beth Padgett, L.G., R.G.

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Associate Geologist
Seattle, Washington

BS Geology
15 years experience

Contact Information

bpadgett@farallonconsulting.com
(425) 394-4152
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Bio

Beth’s 15 years of experience include preparing and reviewing numerous Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Phase II subsurface investigations, Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans, Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plans, and hazardous material assessments. She also manages remedial investigation and cleanup projects that include soil, soil vapor, air, groundwater, and compliance monitoring. She has managed and coordinated stormwater sampling to comply with state water quality regulations, and completed aerially deposited lead surveys for freeway improvements, which involved statistical analysis and hazardous waste characterization. Beth is a Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead and offers clients training in regulatory-required Stormwater Pollution Prevention Awareness and the Globally Harmonized System for Hazard Communication.  

Fun Facts

When not at work, Beth enjoys being outdoors, including going to the beach, hiking, and skiing. She spends her free time with friends and family, doing yoga, and traveling to new places. You also might find her relaxing at the spa.

Licenses

  • Licensed Geologist, WA
  • Registered Geologist, OR

Professional Certifications and Registrations

  • HAZWOPER
  • HAZWOPER Site Supervisor
  • eRailsafe
  • Certified Erosion and Sediment Control Lead
Projects

Key Projects

Historic Skykomish School

Historic Skykomish School

A client’s former maintenance and fueling operations resulted in petroleum hydrocarbon contamination...

Various Western U.S. Sites

Various Western U.S. Sites

Farallon routinely conducts Phase II subsurface investigations for a variety of financial...

Phase I ESAs And Phase II Investigations

Phase I ESAs And Phase II Investigations

Farallon has performed and managed Phase I ESAs and Phase II subsurface investigations for...

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