Mr. Healey has over 25 years of experience in the field of environmental chemistry with a focus on the detailed chemical analysis and interpretation of data for all forms of organic contaminants. His research is particularly focused on the molecular-level characterization of petroleum, which he applies in assessing its nature and source(s) in the environment. His project experience includes service stations, pipelines, terminals and refineries, as well as other former and active industrial facilities.
Mr. Healey is fully trained in standard U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and ASTM chemical analytical methods. He is particularly experienced in the forensic chemical analysis of gasoline and distillate fuels and the effects of regulatory history and environmental weathering on their compositions. In his capacity as a project manager, he routinely provides guidance to clients on the sampling and analytical plans appropriate for project objective(s) followed by technical oversight of all laboratory analyses. Mr. Healey’s experience allows him to subsequently assess project data quality, interpretation and provide interpretive reports to meet project/client objectives.
- B.S., Environmental Management, University of Rhode Island 1996
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