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Jerry J. Oelerich, EIT

Project Chemist

Mr. Oelerich has five years of diverse environmental experience, including development and maintenance of environmental databases, data validation, analytical method validation, technical audits of analytical laboratories, quality review of sampling and analysis plans and quality assurance project plans, laboratory coordination, and preparation of air operating permit compliance reports under the Clean Air Act. Mr. Oelerich…

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Who is Jerry J. Oelerich, EIT?

Mr. Oelerich has five years of diverse environmental experience, including development and maintenance of environmental databases, data validation, analytical method validation, technical audits of analytical laboratories, quality review of sampling and analysis plans and quality assurance project plans, laboratory coordination, and preparation of air operating permit compliance reports under the Clean Air Act. Mr. Oelerich is familiar with numerous U.S. Environmental Protection Agency analytical methods, such as SW-846 Compendium; Air Toxics Compendium; and Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act methods. Mr. Oelerich assists in the coordination of environmental data management projects and is proficient in designing, maintaining, and analyzing relational database management systems used to store field and analytical data. He also has experience programming in MATLAB and C++ to perform numerical analysis, and has used COMSOL Multiphysics to model computational fluid dynamics.

In addition to providing environmental data management services, Mr. Oelerich participates in projects requiring knowledge of multiphase chemical separations, transport phenomena, reaction kinetics, and process design.

Education

Master of Science in Chemical Engineering, Washington State University
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, with Honors, Washington State University

Certification

Engineer in Training: Oregon, No. 84927EI

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