Mr. Tyrian has over 30 years of environmental consulting experience, specializing in industrial pollution control. His responsibilities include project management, preliminary and detailed design, construction management and regulatory compliance. Mr. Tyrian functions as a technical resource for detailed design, equipment specification, construction services, process safety management, underground storage tank fueling systems, construction management and environmental compliance. Hazardous waste management experience includes site assessment and remediation, as well as permitting and design of underground storage tank systems.
Mr. Tyrian is involved in preparation and implementation of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans for various industries, including dairy, pulp and paper, steel fabrication, textiles, compressed gas manufacturing, and carbon dioxide production facilities. States involved include California, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Texas, and Georgia.
Mr. Tyrian conducted Phase I environmental audits and environmental compliance audits for over 25 facilities, including steel fabricators, non-destructive testing facilities, heat treating facilities, foundries, plastic piping manufacturers, natural gas separators, compressor gas manufacturers, and dairy industries.
He has conducted temperature modeling of wastewater treatment systems for various industries to determine winter operating problems and modifications. Industries modeled included pulp and paper and grain processing industries.
Mr. Tyrian has been responsible for operator training and O&M manual preparation for varied projects including operation of soil and groundwater remediation systems, pH neutralization systems, wastewater treatment plants, and stormwater inspection and sampling.
Mr. Tyrian is experienced with SARA (both Tier II and Form R) reporting for a variety of industries, principally for dairy industries and steel fabricators (some for over 15 years) including EPA review of reports and EPA inspections.