Meeting Virtually

Posted on August 26, 2020

For most of the Environmental 360 staff, their office is the inside of their truck as they travel around servicing our clients. Because of that, the team has been able to efficiently serve our clients even during the uncertain times 2020 has presented. Since our team is spread throughout the country, our favorite time of year is when we gather for our bi-annual meetings to fellowship, plan, and learn together. Safety is our number one priority, so to ensure the team remained safe we opted to meet digitally for our 2020 summer meeting.

During this meeting, we reviewed the first part of the year and brainstormed adjustments to make in the field amid this global pandemic to ensure we are providing the best service to our clients. The team also discussed new findings and developments in the LDAR, SPCC, and CEMS/COMS industries. Lisa Hamilton lead a detailed safety training to ensure our staff is following the CDC and our customer’s regulations to help protect themselves and others. Even though we were not able to meet in person, our summer meeting was a huge success! No matter what, it will always benefit our team to be intentional with our time together so we can continue to educate ourselves while also connecting as a team. We even had a few laughs, thanks to kids and pets in the background! 

Even during these uncertain times, Environmental 360 has been able to add multiple people to the family. Dylan Mooney joined as a Staff Scientist II. After graduating from Louisiana Tech University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science, Dylan went to work for a commercial farm where he quickly moved from management trainee to broiler field supervisor. He helped poultry farmers become more efficient with their flocks and learned EPA regulations as they relate to poultry farms to ensure farms were complying with regulations. At Environmental 360, Dylan handles environmental compliance with LDAR and SPCC for several pulp and paper clients located in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, and Mississippi.

Andrzej Richardson came on board as our newest Staff Scientist I this May. Andrzej is a recent North Carolina State University grad where he studied Sustainable Materials and Technology as well as Materials Science Engineering. Before joining the team, Andrzej worked with a company that created fertilizer from wastewater. In this role, he performed Quality Assurance lab testing in addition to aiding Research and Development projects. At Environmental 360, Andrzej handles monthly LDAR and SPCC inspections and special projects for our clients in the Carolinas and Virginia.

Eric Hunter joined Environmental 360 as a Project Scientist I. He will assist clients with a variety of compliance and permitting needs. Eric graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management and has over 12 years of experience as an environmental professional and holds certifications through the American Petroleum Institute (API) as a Tank Entry Supervisor (TES). During his tenure, Eric has developed and managed various environmental compliance programs including, SPCC/FRP, SWPPP, LDAR, RCRA, RMP, etc., lead a team to complete facility-wide Global Harmonization System (GHS) audits and correct deficiencies. Eric works with Environmental 360 clients in the Kentucky region in all service areas.

Are you a self-starter looking for a balanced work environment, professional growth opportunities, and willing to travel? We are currently hiring in Southeast Georgia. Check out our current openings to learn more about this opportunity.


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