Amy Wakefield, Scientist II, has a diverse background and varied skill set that brings value to the Compliance Services Team, where she is a licensed asbestos inspector in the state of Ohio and West Virginia, licensed commercial applicator in Ohio, and certified CESSWI inspector for Ohio. She also has her HAZWOPER 40hr and FRA/e-RAILSAFE certifications.
A key member of the EnviroScience team since 2018, Amy has made strides in expanding her knowledge of the environmental field. She emulates EnviroScience’s wide array of capabilities by assisting in SWPP and SPCC Plans, ODOTs Regulated Material Review Process, SWPPP inspections, asbestos inspections, water and sediment sampling, infield chemistry readings with various instruments, and emergency responses.
Most recently, she has taken the lead in installing and maintaining sonication units that are designed to kill algae with sound waves instead of chemicals in lakes and various municipal and industrial stormwater ponds. She is also the lead report writer for Phase I ESAs and abbreviated desktop reports, completing over 60 reports last year alone without ever missing a deadline. She has traveled all over the United States and into Canada for Phase I ESA site visits and train derailments.
Contact Amy at: AWakefield @ EnviroScienceInc.com
Few environmental firms in the country retain EnviroScience’s degree of scientific know-how, talent, and capability under one roof. The diverse backgrounds of our biologists, environmental engineers, scientists, and divers enable us to provide comprehensive in-house services and an integrated approach to solving environmental challenges—saving clients time, reducing costs, and ensuring high-quality results. EnviroScience was created with the concept that we could solve complex problems by empowering great people. This concept still holds true today, as our scientists explore the latest in environmental legislation and regulations and incorporate the most up-to-date technology to gather and report data.
EnviroScience expertise includes but is not limited to: aquatic survey (including macroinvertebrate surveys and biological assessments); ecological restoration; ecological services (including impact assessments, invasive species control, and water quality monitoring); emergency response; engineering and compliance services; endangered mussel surveys; laboratory and analysis; stormwater management; threatened and endangered species; and wetlands and streams (including delineation and mitigation). Further, EnviroScience is one of the few biological firms in the country that is a general member of the Association of Diving Contractors International (ADCI) and offers full-service commercial diving services.