Ms. Sitler has over 25 years of practical experience providing geologic and hydrogeologic consultation, management and risk assessment for the characterization of contaminated sites and providing strategic planning with clients for compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory requirements. She is located in the NewFields Denver, Colorado office.
Ms. Sitler has managed and participated in soils, groundwater, surface water, river sediments, air, waste, and wastewater sampling programs and has provided technical review and strategic planning for RCRA, Superfund (CERCLA), and various state's priority list and voluntary cleanup/brownfields sites. She has contributed as principal investigator and author to state Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP), RCRA, CERCLA and other regulatory-driven work plans and reports, RCRA Part B permit applications, and site assessments for property transfer environmental liability. She has developed and managed multimedia databases for the support of ongoing projects and expert witness testimony.
Ms. Sitler has prepared human health risk assessments for CERCLA and RCRA sites, Brownfields/VCP sites, and property transfer evaluations. Constituents of potential concern have included exposure to lead and other heavy metals, pesticides, petroleum hydrocarbons, and chlorinated solvents. She has experience with the IEUBK child lead model and the adult lead model and was one of the first risk assessors with experience applying both lead models to intermittent exposure, especially for the recreational receptor.
Ms. Sitler combines a technical background in site physical characteristics, including hydrogeology, and human health risk exposure and assessment to support management decisions in environmental remediation projects. She brings a practical technical background and a regulatory strategic view to all projects.