Greg Jackson

With a degree in Environmental Studies and Natural Resource Management from Baylor University, Greg is currently a lead environmental specialist with EE&G. Greg is responsible for the execution of site assessment activities. Greg assists in preparing assessment reports for field activities and reviewing lab data for quality control. Greg has two years of relevant experience in the environmental field.  

Areas of Expertise-

  • Documentation and reporting of field observations;

  • Soil sampling (grab sampling and EPA Method 5035 sampling);

  • Well-bore logging and soil sample screening;

  • Monitor well installation;

  • Groundwater modeling;

  • Groundwater plume delineation;

  • Groundwater gauging/sampling activities;

  • Environmental data review, field data interpretation and report preparation;

  • Remedial system installation and decommissioning;

  • Equipment setup and operation, trouble shooting, repairs and maintenance associated with remedial systems;

  • MDPE oversight;

  • Air sampling;

  • Monitor well plugging and abandonment;

  • Experienced with the use of field devices such as Sniffer 302 Explosimeter, Photo Ionization Detector (PID), down-hole pumps, level loggers, peristaltic pumps, manometers, anemometers, groundwater/LNAPL interface probes and other necessary instruments;

  • Subsurface petroleum contamination remediation;

  • Subsurface delineation of soil and groundwater contamination;

  • Remediation system design, implementation and maintenance;