Environmental 360 Adds Three Members to the Team
Posted on December 28, 2015
Environmental 360 welcomed three new team members earlier this past fall. Amy Egoroff is a Senior Biologist with Environmental 360. Amy obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from the University of California at San Diego and completed graduate studies in Restoration Ecology at San Diego State University. She has over 15 years of experience in the research, analysis, and preparation of environmental documents for both the public and private sector and has many other special trainings including Erosion and Sedimentation Level 1A Certification; NEPA and Transportation Decision Making from the National Highway Institute; Environmental Review and Compliance for Natural Gas Facilities from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; Urban Stream Restoration from Auburn University; Southeast Wetlands and Water Law; Nationwide Permits Complete from the Wetland Training Institute; Environmental Site Assessments from Woodward-Clyde Training Program; and Basic Wetland Delineation from the Wetland Training Institute. In addition to her education and training, Amy also currently serves on the Advisory Board of Directors for the Southern Conservation Land Trust since 2008.
Amy is growing the Natural Resources division with Environmental 360 as she performs Phase II and stream buffer variance projects with construction and engineering companies on new construction sites.
Amy resides in Fayetteville, Georgia, with her husband and two children. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family.
Robbie Padgett started with Environmental 360 in early October as a Scientist I. Mr. Padgett graduated from the University of Alabama, where he was also a member of many academic honor societies, with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology and a minor in Natural Resources Management. Mr. Padgett gained valuable knowledge in the pulp and paper industry with his summer internship program with WestRock. He worked in Power and Recovery where he was involved with waste ash clean-up, waste fuel clean-up and relocation, and pulp clean-up. Robbie also gained experience working with the recovery boiler, chemical unloading area, waste fuel boiler, and the evaporator. Because of all of this experience, Robbie has comfortably started working with the Environmental 360 LDAR clients and other pulp and paper clients. Mr. Padgett is regarded in the industry as a hard worker and has worked to expand his knowledge and expertise areas during his time with Environmental 360. Robbie works mostly in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
Robbie moved to Newnan, Georgia, in October to begin his Environmental 360 career.
Staci Thompson accepted a full-time position at Environmental 360 in September 2015 as a Staff Scientist but is not new to the team. Ms. Thompson began working at Environmental 360 in June of 2015 as an intern after graduating from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Environmental Science and a concentration in Geology. Ms. Thompson gained valuable knowledge in environmental consulting during her time as an intern as she traveled to project sites and assisted her fellow Environmental 360 team members with LDAR drawings, site maps, process flow diagrams, developing Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) and Greenhouse Gas Plans (GHG), editing Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plans (SPCC), and researching how current regulations affect certain facilities. Staci has continued to perform these tasks and others however she is needed to assist all the project managers. Her education in environmental law has allowed Staci to succeed with Environmental 360 and will continue to grow her practice areas, and her desire to learn will allow her to have no limitations on her career here.
Staci moved from her hometown of Chattanooga to Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in June of 2015.
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