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Heather R. Good, LHG

Project Hydrogeologist

Ms. Good has over eight years of experience in the hydrogeology and environmental fields. She has worked as a consultant on a wide variety of environmental investigation and remediation projects in the Pacific Northwest—from site characterization and risk assessment, including conceptual site model development and chemical fate and transport modeling, through remedy selection and implementation….

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Who is Heather R. Good, LHG?

Ms. Good has over eight years of experience in the hydrogeology and environmental fields. She has worked as a consultant on a wide variety of environmental investigation and remediation projects in the Pacific Northwest—from site characterization and risk assessment, including conceptual site model development and chemical fate and transport modeling, through remedy selection and implementation. As a project hydrogeologist and project manager, Ms. Good has experience with petroleum-contaminated, chlorinated-solvent, wood-treating, manufactured gas plant, and landfill sites, as well as other hazardous-waste sites and refineries. She has worked with numerous clients, public and private, located in both Washington and Oregon, under Model Toxics Control Act and Oregon Department of Environmental Quality regulations. Ms. Good has provided forensic and source allocation support for solid waste and energy industry clients and attorneys and has experience managing large environmental databases. She prepares scopes of work and cost estimates for environmental investigations and has served as the lead field hydrogeologist for a number of investigations involving collection of soil, groundwater, and soil vapor samples. Ms. Good is currently the project hydrogeologist and project manager for multimedia remedial investigation and cleanup projects. She also serves as project and lead field hydrogeologist for a number of brownfield cleanup projects.

Education

Master of Science in Geology (hydrogeology focus), Western Washington University, Bellingham
Bachelor of Science in Geology (hydrogeology/environmental geology focus), University of Texas, Austin

Licenses

Geologist and Hydrogeologist, Washington, No. 2819

 

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