Eric Page, R.G., P.G. - Risk Evaluation

Principal and Project Manager – Soil & Groundwater Remediation

Expertise: Hazardous waste, remedial investigations, RCRA ground water monitoring, closure plans at Superfund projects, environmental property assessments and underground storage tank (UST) closure.

Professional Registrations: Registered Geologist – Missouri, Professional Geologist – Illinois, Georgia

Mr. Page directs Phase II investigation and remedial design for all hazardous materials and petroleum products issues not related to asbestos. As the leader of the Site Investigation and Remediation division with more than 27 years of experience in the environmental industry. He manages a staff of professional scientists, engineers and hourly tradesmen such as heavy equipment operators, supervisors, and laborers. He has served as project principal and project manager for more than 50 sites where site investigation or remediation was conducted under a State Regulatory Supervisory Agency (MDNR’s BVCP) for Underground Storage Tank Programs.

Eric and his staff are recognized by MDNR BVCP personnel for their expertise in closing sites under the state’s cleanup programs including his work directing remediation activities for St. Louis City and County sites including the New NFL Stadium site, Coca Cola Syrup Plant, the Pinnacle Lemay redevelopment, Carondelet Coke, and the UMSL/Express Scripts project. He has worked extensively with the City of St. Louis to develop the Phase II assessment protocol and subsequent RMP for the North St. Louis NGA site.