EHS Support Expands Sediment & Risk Assessment Team

Strategy. Execution. Communication.

Sediment investigations are complex and require experienced, multi-disciplinary teams with exceptional strategic, technical, and advocacy skills. EHS Support has expanded our capabilities in human health risk assessment, environmental toxicology, and mercury biogeochemistry to address the additional regulatory and business demands our clients are experiencing in site assessment and remediation, particularly at large contaminated sediment sites. These key team members further enhance our ability to deliver client-focused and innovative risk-based outcomes. Our highly specialized team is ready to tackle the complex challenges faced in each phase of the assessment and remediation of sediment and upland sites.


EHS Support is proud to introduce the newest members of our Sediment & Risk Assessment Team:

Dana is an environmental professional and human health risk assessment specialist with over 30 years of industry experience. Her specialized areas of expertise include human health risk assessment, risk-based strategy, RCRA/CERCLA/Brownfields, site investigation and remediation, vapor intrusion, conceptual site modeling and emerging contaminants. Dana has been involved in many advocacy and technical support working groups that have conducted reviews, provided comments or proposed rule changes and guidance documents on behalf of clients and industry groups in many states.



JR Flanders is a Senior Technical Specialist with over 18 years of experience providing technical leadership for clients with an emphasis on mercury- and PCB-contaminated aquatic systems. As an environmental toxicologist and mercury biogeochemist, JR has led work in the US, EU, Middle East, and Asia for clients in the chemical and mining industries. JR’s work experience includes the design of statistically-based monitoring programs to monitor the effect of remediation and implementing technical/legal strategies at high profile sediment and upland sites under state, federal, and non-governmental oversight.


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