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LEA Pitches in With Montecito Debris Flow Recovery Efforts

LEA Pitches in With Montecito Debris Flow Recovery Efforts
By Everett & Associates on Feb 21, 2018 at 11:39 PM in LEA Announcements

LEA volunteers to collect and test mud samples from the Montecito debris fLows to insure an absence of pollutants.

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Planetary Emergencies: Averting Disaster: Science for Peace in a Perilous Age

By Everett & Associates on Dec 28, 2016 at 06:18 PM in LEA Announcements

LEA CEO, Dr. Lorne Everett authors chapter in the book commemorating contributions of the Erice International Seminars.

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Dr. Everett Receives Academy’s Highest Honor

Dr. Everett Receives Academy’s Highest Honor
By Everett & Associates on Jun 10, 2016 at 10:57 PM in LEA Announcements

Our C.E.O, Dr. Lorne Everett, received the American Academy of Water Resource Engineers' highest award at the May 2016 World Water & Environmental Resources Conference in West Palm Beach Florida.

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NGWA and University of Arizona Symposium - Hydrology: The Next 50 Years

NGWA and University of Arizona Symposium - Hydrology: The Next 50 Years
By Everett & Associates on Apr 06, 2016 at 07:51 PM in LEA Announcements

The University of Arizona Department of Hydrology celebrated its 50th Anniversary on April 2, 2016 in Tucson, Arizona. The Department of Hydrology has been ranked number one in the US for several years. Dr. Lorne Everett who received the 13th PhD in hydrology in the US from the Department of Hydrology at the University of Arizona was asked to speak on “The Future of Professional Practice in Hydrology.”

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Dr. Wells Testifies at State Capitol

Dr. Wells Testifies at State Capitol
By Everett & Associates on Feb 08, 2016 at 11:24 AM in LEA Announcements

Jim Wells of LEA testified at the January 26, 2016 hearing of the State Assembly Committee on Environmental Safety

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Dr. Lorne Everett Chairs World Federation of Scientists’ Pollution Panel in Erice Italy

Dr. Lorne Everett Chairs World Federation of Scientists’ Pollution Panel in Erice Italy
By Everett & Associates on Oct 27, 2015 at 04:23 PM in LEA Announcements

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Dr. Wells Appointed Technical Advisor to Exide Community Group

Dr. Wells Appointed Technical Advisor to Exide Community Group
By Everett & Associates on Oct 19, 2015 at 09:45 AM in LEA Announcements

Jim Wells of L. Everett & Associates have been appointed to serve as technical advisor to the Exide Community Advisory Group, working with South Coast Air Quality Management District and California Department of Toxic Substances Control on environmental issues related to cleanup of lead and other contaminants from the former Exide secondary lead smelter in Vernon, California. Dr. Wells has a particular area of expertise in the fate and transport of metals in the environment.

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Dr. Lorne Everett Receives ASTM International Technical Editors Award

Dr. Lorne Everett Receives ASTM International Technical Editors Award
By Everett & Associates on Oct 12, 2015 at 11:11 AM in LEA Announcements

Dr. Lorne G. Everett was presented the ASTM International Technical Editors Award by Dr. Jack T Germaine, the Chairman of the ASTM Soil and Rock Committee (D18). The Award was presented during the Annual ASTM International Meeting held in June 2015 in Anaheim, California. The Award recognizes the book: Continuous Soil Gas Measurements: Worst Case Risk Parameters (ASTM Special Technical Publication STP 1570) edited by Dr. Everett and Dr. Mark Kram. This volume assembled papers from an earlier international symposium that was also co-chaired by Drs. Everett and Kram. The book is seen as an important contribution to the field of vapor intrusion because it is the first volume to focus on the dynamic behavior of soil gas and its effect on vapor intrusion.

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Metals in the Environment: Innovative Approach for Determining Whether Metals in Soil and Sediments are Naturally Occurring or Man-Made

Metals in the Environment: Innovative Approach for Determining Whether Metals in Soil and Sediments are Naturally Occurring or Man-Made
By Everett & Associates on Mar 28, 2014 at 06:28 PM in LEA Announcements, Environmental Issues

LEA’s Bill Schaal, PG, recently made a presentation related to metal element contamination to regulatory staff at the California Department of Substances Control (DTSC) in Chatsworth, California. Bill was joined Jeff Hess, PG, Technical Director of Gilbane Company. Bill and Jeff, together with colleague, Mark Sorensen, PG, are advancing the state-of-the-art within the environmental industry by applying geochemical methods to determining whether metal elements are naturally occurring or anthropogenic (man-made). The present state-of-practice within the environmental industry relies heavily on professional judgment, limited statistical analysis, and analytical methods that were developed to evaluate bioavailable compounds thus were not intended for this purpose.

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LEA Welcomes Bill Schaal, New Vice President for Business Development

LEA Welcomes Bill Schaal, New Vice President for Business Development
By Everett & Associates on Mar 01, 2014 at 03:12 PM in LEA Announcements

L. Everett & Associates welcomes Bill Schaal, PMP, PG, to our team. Bill’s appointment as Vice President for Business Development marks his return to our growing firm. Bill brings more than 25 years of domestic and international experience providing litigation and engineering services to law firms, commercial and industrial companies, and the US federal government. Bill is directly responsible for $40M in sales and executed nearly $90M in projects, including some of the toughest environmental challenges encountered at commercial properties and military bases.

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