Amy A. Roth
Amy has 20 years’ experience in the environmental consulting industry, managing site assessments, remediation projects, regulatory compliance investigations, and risk characterizations. She has worked on sites throughout the Midwest and New England impacted by hazardous materials, including manufactured gas plant residuals, petroleum products, metals, solvents, polychlorinated biphenyls, mercaptans, chlorine, caustics, and acids. Project sites have included oil refineries and terminals, former manufactured gas plants and tar processing facilities, airports, Brownfield sites, power plants, landfills, retail petroleum facilities, industrial properties, public works facilities, and rail yards. Amy has managed projects under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Clean Air Act, the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, and the Toxic Use Reduction Act, and has completed ASTM and MCP assessments, emergency response, and underground equipment removals for a variety of public and private sector clients. She manages a diverse portfolio of projects from initial development through successful completion or closure and strives to meet the needs of her clients at a level that provides peace of mind with respect to financial, strategic, and regulatory concerns. Amy is a Professional Geologist in New Hampshire and a Licensed Site Professional in Massachusetts. She received her master’s degree in Geology/Geochemistry from Washington University in St. Louis.