Eric is a Licensed Geologist and Hydrogeologist with more than 16 years of experience in environmental site assessment, remediation, and restoration. His project work includes scoping and managing large site characterization and cleanup projects, regulatory interaction and negotiation, contaminant fate and transport analysis, and litigation support. His professional white papers have appeared in publications such as The Water Report and North American Society for Trenchless Technology Northwest Journal. He has experience performing characterization of emerging contaminants such as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) releases and evaluating potential cleanup actions. In addition to his environmental science skills, he manages the Mapping and Technical Data Management group, which offers clients geospatial and large database management services for environmental characterization and remediation. Eric is the Operations Manager for Farallon’s Washington offices.
Eric enjoys thinking about the hydrologic cycle in Washington State and likes to spend his free time examining the various phases of water up close through whitewater kayaking, backcountry skiing, and alpine mountaineering. He is working on completing self-supported trips through all of the U.S. Wild and Scenic Rivers west of the Mississippi.
- Licensed Hydrogeologist, Washington
- Professional Geologist, California
Professional Certifications and Registrations