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Kyle Roslund, LG

Project Geologist

Mr. Roslund has more than eight years of experience in environmental consulting, focused on underground storage tank assessment and decommissioning, subsurface investigations, and environmental site cleanup in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. He has helped develop…

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At MFA, we use science-based solutions to understand each client’s unique circumstances and achieve their goals. I love being outdoors and using good science to help resolve complex issues. In my daily work, I am happy to be in the field collecting data and interacting with talented scientists and engineers to help solve our clients’ problems.
At MFA, we use science-based solutions to understand each client’s unique circumstances and achieve their goals. I love being outdoors and using good science to help resolve complex issues. In my daily work, I am happy to be in the field collecting data and interacting with talented scientists and engineers to help solve our clients’ problems.
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Who is Kyle Roslund, LG?

Mr. Roslund has more than eight years of experience in environmental consulting, focused on underground storage tank assessment and decommissioning, subsurface investigations, and environmental site cleanup in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. He has helped develop and implement a wide variety of field investigations, and has worked independently and on teams to clean up a multitude of impaired properties.

Mr. Roslund has completed site assessments and decommissioning activities at numerous fuel-containing underground storage tank sites throughout the State of Washington. He is proficient in a wide variety of boring techniques and has provided oversight during the installation of resource protection wells; remedial action wells, including injection and extraction wells; and piezometers. Mr. Roslund also has experience with the design and implementation of in situ remediation and bioremediation systems related to contaminated soil and groundwater. He has field experience with soil, soil vapor, and groundwater sampling; operation and maintenance of groundwater treatment systems; and construction oversight with an emphasis on tank decommissioning.

Mr. Roslund has performed data analysis and database management and has generated potentiometric surface maps. He has prepared health and safety plans, cost estimates, and reports such as Phase I environmental site assessments, sampling and analysis plans, and remedial investigations and feasibility studies. Mr. Roslund’s background includes geologic mapping, interpretation of aerial photographs, landslide investigations, and geologic education at the primary, secondary, and undergraduate levels.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Geology, Albion College
Graduate coursework, Western Michigan University

Licenses

Licensed Geologist: Washington, No. 3081
Registered Geologist: Oregon, No. G2502
Professional Geologist: Idaho, No. PGL-1547

Certifications

40-Hour Hazardous Waste Operation Training

8-Hour Hazardous Waste Operation Refresher Training

8-Hour Hazardous Waste Supervisor Training

AHERA Certified Building Inspector

First aid/AED/CPR training