Audrey Hackett, Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc.

Audrey Hackett

Senior Environmental Scientist

Audrey has over 12 years of experience serving public and private clients in the investigation and cleanup of contaminated properties in the Pacific Northwest. She has been responsible for characterizing and developing cleanup strategies for contaminated upland and sediment sites managed under the Washington State Model Toxics Control Act and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation,…

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While in college, I took a course in oceanography where I learned about geologic processes for the first time. I was fascinated by the science and scale and switched from art history to an environmental science degree. I love to learn about both natural and anthropogenic history when investigating contaminated sites. Both are necessary to develop a conceptual site model and evaluate remedies; they also allow me to appreciate the scale of human impact on the natural environment.
While in college, I took a course in oceanography where I learned about geologic processes for the first time. I was fascinated by the science and scale and switched from art history to an environmental science degree. I love to learn about both natural and anthropogenic history when investigating contaminated sites. Both are necessary to develop a conceptual site model and evaluate remedies; they also allow me to appreciate the scale of human impact on the natural environment.
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Who is Audrey Hackett?

Audrey has over 12 years of experience serving public and private clients in the investigation and cleanup of contaminated properties in the Pacific Northwest. She has been responsible for characterizing and developing cleanup strategies for contaminated upland and sediment sites managed under the Washington State Model Toxics Control Act and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act.

She has a broad range of experience, from conducting and managing Phase I and II environmental site assessments to litigation issues such as supporting clients’ disputes over allocation and cost-recovery alternatives. Born and raised in the Southwest, Audrey moved to Seattle 20 years ago and loves the Pacific Northwest’s spectacular landscapes, close proximity to forests and waterways, and culture that seeks to connect with and improve the environment.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, University of Washington

Certificate in Environmental Law & Regulation, University of Washington

Certifications

40-hour Hazardous Waste Operation Training

8-hour OSHA Site Supervisor Training