Mrs. Wieland has over 16 years of experience working in the environmental industry. Mrs. Wieland has professional experience in conducting various environmental due diligence projects, including Phase I and Phase II site assessments, for a variety of clients involving municipal, commercial/retail, industrial, and transportation sites. She has experience managing various projects in the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP) and Leaking Petroleum Storage Tank Program (LPST) as well as the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) VCP and Petroleum Bulk Storage (PBS) Program.
Her experience in the environmental regulatory and consulting industry includes hundreds of environmental site investigations for soil, groundwater and soil vapor assessment related to petroleum and/or chlorinated hydrocarbon releases from petroleum storage tanks, dry cleaning and industrial sites. Her additional experience includes underground storage tank removals, soil and groundwater remediation, risk-based closure strategy evaluation, TCEQ Innocent Owner/Operator Program, Brownfields site assessments, construction soil and groundwater management, and soil gas/vapor intrusion investigations. Mrs. Wieland has managed remediation projects utilizing enhanced bioremediation, soil vapor extraction, air sparging, groundwater pump and treat, in-situ chemical oxidation and monitored natural attenuation. Mrs. Wieland has worked as part of a team managing affected property assessments, soil groundwater management plans, and preparation of response action plans.
Education & Certification
B.S. Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, SUNY Oneonta
Graduate Certificate in Waste Management, SUNY Stony Brook
HAZWOPER 8-hour Refresher