Integrated resources to maximize value
With a full range of services related to the management, recycling, reuse, and disposal of municipal, industrial, construction/demolition, hazardous, and gas exploration wastes, as well as coal combustion residuals, the private and public sectors rely on us for processing, treatment, or disposal facility projects. Many of our engineers and technical staff are former waste industry professionals. We develop designs for waste disposal facilities; prepare plans to extend the life of existing facilities; assist with permitting and regulatory compliance; provide construction support and construction quality assurance (CQA); and design leachate and landfill gas management systems.
- Site Selection and Characterization
- Merger & Acquisition Due Diligence
- Landfill Design & Permitting
- Transfer Station & MRF Design & Permitting
- Hydrogeologic Site Investigations
- Environmental Monitoring/Compliance
- Leachate Management and Treatment
- Air Compliance & Permitting
- Landfill Gas Management
- LFGTE and Renewables
- O & M of Control Systems
- CCR & Industrial Waste Management
- Waste Characterization
- Solid Waste Facility Operations Audits and Consulting
- Construction Quality Assurance
Waste Management Lead
Michael brings more than 40 years of experience to CEC, where he is the Waste Management practice lead. He brings a wide range of skills and knowledge in waste management, and earlier in his career, he was a practicing geotechnical engineer. His broad-based experience includes landfill siting, permitting, design, construction and closure. He has led efforts to vertically and laterally expand landfills, demonstrate alternative liner systems and final cover adequacy, permit and complete landfill clean closure projects, and permit and design compost facilities.
Michael’s experience prior to focusing on waste management includes a wide array of civil infrastructure projects including earth dams; tunnels; retained earth structures; storage tanks; low-, mid-, and high-rise buildings; bridges; and highways. A registered Professional Engineer in California with a Master of Science in Geotechnical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, Michael also worked for an international specialty geotechnical contractor who specializes in in-situ site improvement techniques for poor ground condition sites.