Laurel Seus is an environmental microbiologist and a graduate of the respected Löffler environmental biotechnology lab at the University of Tennessee. Laurel’s focus is on environmental bioremediation and microbial ecology. Her expertise includes chlorinated solvents, recalcitrant compounds like 1,4-dioxane and polyfluorinated compounds (PFAS/PFOS), petroleum hydrocarbons, and emerging contaminants. Laurel is uniquely capable of interpreting microbial testing results and communicating the outcome in understandable terms. She has a diverse skill set that includes leadership, sales, teaching, and effective science communication.
Laurel is a key contributor to EHS Support’s services such as bioremediation, combined remedies, natural attenuation, environmental forensics, sediments, ecology, and science communications. She applies her diverse skill set and unique knowledge biological remediation projects at EHS Support with an emphasis on leveraging biological analytical methods and treatment strategies for optimally effective and efficient site cleanup.