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OVERVIEW
CREDENTIALS
EXPERIENCE

DUTIES

Vice President

2016 - Present

Board of Directors

2010 - Present

Secretary

1998 - Present

PRINCIPAL AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Aquifer investigation and characterization
Ground water assessment and remediation

BIOGRAPHY

Ms. Smyth oversees hydrogeological investigations for a variety of clients in the region which include subsurface investigations for solid waste facility siting and permitting.  Her assessment and Remediation experience extends from underground storage tank removal to contaminant delineation at pre-regulatory landfill facilities with remediation experience that includes performance of monitored natural attenuation, in-situ remediation, source removal and groundwater extraction and ex-situ remediation.

Ms. Smyth is on the technical committee of the North Carolina Chapter of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA). Ms. Smyth is on the NCDEQ Environmental Rule Review stakeholder team and is MOLO certified.

Ms. Smyth is a licensed Professional Geologist in North Carolina and South Carolina.

She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Hydrogeology from Northern Arizona University.

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ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS

B.S. Hydrogeology, 1988 Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff , AZ

PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS

Professional Geologist

NC, SC

Registered Site Manager

NCDEQ’s IHSB

Registered Environmental Consultant Program

40 Hour Health and Safety Training

(29CFR1910)

Supervisor Safety Training

1999

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Solid Waste Association of North America – Trainer
NCDEQ Rule Review Committee – Environmental Monitoring Rules

EMPLOYMENT RECORD

Smith Gardner, Inc.

1994 - Present

ATEC Associates, Incorporated

1992 - 1994

International Technology Corporation

1989 - 1992

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

Landfills and Groundwater – A Case Study of Impact in North Carolina”, (Smyth, J.A. and German, M. M.), Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists, 2016

Gravity Driven Dewatering Systems for Landfill Expansion”, (Smith, S.A. and Smyth, J.A), Wessex Institute of Technology, 2008.

Air Sparging and Soil Vapor Extraction for the Remediation of Ground Water”, (Raymond, T. P. and Finkbeiner, J.A.), HMCRI Conf., Louisiana, 1994