Top Environmental Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Environmental Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Environmental Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 9.5% of Environmental Technician resumes contained Environmental Compliance as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Environmental Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Environmental Technician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Environmental Compliance

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Here's how Environmental Compliance is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Managed, supervised and performed environmental compliance sampling, waste characterization sampling and federal land management activities.
  • Created environmental compliance reports using Crystal Reports and data extracted from environmental compliance tracking software.
  • Conducted Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) natural gas pipeline environmental compliance inspections.
  • Provided field support for environmental compliance/remediation in the Oil and Gas industry.
  • Conduct environmental compliance inspections per federal and state guidelines and regulations.
  • Performed visual inspections of work areas for environmental compliance.
  • Consult client per state and federal environmental compliance regulations.
  • Implement environmental compliance and pollution prevention methods.
  • Maintain environmental compliance for the military.
  • Conduct documented daily inspections of the Shipyard, and weekly facility inspections for environmental compliance, housekeeping and other hazards.
  • Implement and oversee environmental compliance of state and local regulations assuring a safe, healthy, and accident-free work environment.
  • Performed environmental compliance sampling, various flow studies on industrial and municipal effluents, and data acquisition and reporting.
  • Assisted Plant Engineer with environmental compliance, implement cost savings programs, assist in developing or upgrading manufacturing processes.
  • Conduct Internal ECAMP (Environmental Compliance Assessment Management Program) audits on both Ascension and Antigua Islands.
  • Developed new techniques in environmental compliance, recycling, and, energy conservation program.
  • Provided technician level support for the WTS Environmental Compliance Department on a temporary basis.
  • Directed plant in the areas of environmental compliance, employee safety and occupation health.
  • Coordinated environmental compliance testing for the mill in close collaboration with multiple teams.
  • Ensured environmental compliance with federal, state and local agencies.
  • Lead plant-wide inspections for Environmental compliance and best management practices.

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2. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Followed prescribed safety procedures, comply with laws regulating waste disposal.
  • Worked at Chevron Refinery adhering to all safety procedures and protocols.
  • Operated forklift according to the provided safety procedures and regulations.
  • Implemented on-site safety procedures according to individual company specifications.
  • Maintained safety procedures for Bio-hazard material.
  • Displayed and followed safety procedures in disposing of hazardous chemicals, loaded and unloaded trucks that contained barrels of hazardous materials.
  • Traveled to job sites with crews learning the guidelines and safety procedures for the situations at hand.
  • Trained and followed prescribed safety procedures and complied with Federal & State laws regarding waste disposal methods.
  • Assisted with development of health and safety procedures, inspections and training.
  • Followed company Safety procedures and wore required PPE.
  • Detailed work activities adhered to safety procedures, assisted mechanic.
  • Have worked onsite at a large industrial facility preparing safety procedures for the company safety manual and computer program.

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3. Lab Analysis

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Here's how Lab Analysis is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Sampled wastes for off-site lab analysis, following chain-of-custody requirements.
  • Gauge, purge, and sample groundwater monitoring wells for lab analysis of water quality.
  • Performed infill sediment core processing and assisted with core logging for lab analysis.
  • Run lab analysis on non-hazardous/hazardous waste and data entry lab results.
  • Perform quality control tests on lab equipment and lab analysis.
  • Conducted visual inspections, air sampling and lab analysis.
  • Collect bulk organic samples for lab analysis.
  • Complete waste profile, sample waste material, interpret lab analysis, and pre-classify waste to determine waste disposal options.
  • Pull high pressure gas samples for lab analysis 6.

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4. Non-Hazardous Waste

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Here's how Non-Hazardous Waste is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Managed hazardous, special and non-hazardous wastes for regulatory compliance and proper management.
  • Fill out non-hazardous waste manifests with all necessary information.
  • Receive all work requests pertinent to the removal, storage, and disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste from Depot customers.
  • Provided compliant characterization, packaging, and shipping of hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams for client facility (LQG).
  • Maintain the areas of storage of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes in comply with the regulation.
  • Maintain and properly dispose hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams generated on the facility.
  • Assigned to handle hazardous and non-hazardous waste at North American Stainless.
  • Supervised all hazardous and non-hazardous waste shipments leaving the site.
  • Assist the driver properly loads and unloads hazardous/non-hazardous waste.
  • Packaged and processed hazardous and non-hazardous waste for shipment.
  • Assisted in profiling of hazardous and non-hazardous waste.
  • Assist with both hazardous and non-hazardous waste disposal.
  • Conduct waste management practices for hazardous/non-hazardous waste collected from emergency responses, remediation, and abatements.
  • Perform various Field Service duties related to Company services Tank cleaning, remediation, hazardous/non-hazardous waste cleaning
  • Manage all hazardous and non-hazardous waste generated within the jobsite.
  • Sampled [ ] pieces daily of hazardous and non-hazardous waste.

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5. Hazardous Materials

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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Received, evaluated, recycled and/or disposed of hazardous materials on the military installation in accordance with company and government regulations.
  • Performed various assigned duties precisely as instructed to maintain compliance with all environmental regulations; assisted with hazardous materials/waste recycle programs.
  • Supervised operations of an emergency landfill and designed and implemented a program to monitor for the presence of hazardous materials.
  • Used various approaches from information gathered via field investigation and sampling to contain, control and decontaminate hazardous materials.
  • Certified to sign Hazardous Waste and Nonhazardous Waste manifest and facilitate the disposal of hazardous and nonhazardous materials.
  • Perform activities associated with hazardous waste clean-up, site-remediation, equipment decontamination and handling of hazardous materials.
  • Removed hazardous materials in a both efficient and effective way that was environmentally helpful.
  • Bulk sampling of potentially hazardous materials for analysis by a 3rd party laboratory.
  • Prepared hazardous and non-hazardous materials for shipment including all paper work and manifest.
  • Secured contaminated areas, implemented the environmental clean up of hazardous materials.
  • Researched new incoming hazardous materials to ensure current Safety Data Sheet availability.
  • Collected air and bulk samples of potentially hazardous materials for laboratory testing.
  • Completed inventory and inspection forms and logs stored for hazardous materials/waste.
  • Perform emergency response and schedule cleanup or removal of hazardous materials.
  • Operated forklift to disposed and arranged containers containing hazardous materials.
  • Performed research on hazardous materials using Material Safety Data Sheets.
  • Air Monitoring for Hazardous Materials by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Updated shelf life/pricing information in Hazardous Materials Management System database.
  • Processed incoming hazardous materials for purposes of re-issue and/or disposal.
  • Submitted weekly legal reports on inspections of hazardous materials.

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6. Water Samples

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Here's how Water Samples is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Collected soil and water samples to monitor natural attenuation characteristics of petroleum and solvent contaminated media.
  • Performed routine and complex bacteriological and chemical analysis on ambient water and drinking water samples.
  • Analyze water samples in the laboratory and interpret environmental chemistry data.
  • Collected water samples throughout the facility for microbial and chemistry analysis.
  • Executed precision laboratory testing on soil and groundwater samples.
  • Assisted field-leaders and senior staff with the collection and processing of subsurface sediment cores, biological samples, and water samples.
  • Collected soil and water samples from sites across the state for quality-control testing with regards to oil and gas pollution.
  • Collected water samples from water for injection loops to ensure sterility of WFI drops for product manufacturing and testing.
  • Collect and analyze potable water samples for bacteria in accordance with the Texas Department of Health (TDH).
  • Respond to environmental spills by providing over-site; while collecting soil and water samples to delineate extent of spills.
  • Survey, collect, and monitor water and water samples on/around open/closed landfill sites within an allotted time.
  • Collect water samples for Base Line Water Quality Studies so mining is permitted for years to come.
  • Collected soil and water samples for analysis at state certified laboratories that were obtained through drilling activities.
  • Collected soil or water samples for the purpose of testing and took corrective action as directed.
  • Gathered water samples, conducted turbidity tests and prepared turbidity calculations for the Army Corps of Engineers
  • Collected groundwater samples from multiple monitoring wells at various locations throughout NYC and Long Island.
  • Collected soil and water samples, installed and maintained equipment, and couriered samples.
  • Developed skills at air and water samples utilizing proper safety techniques and equipment.
  • Collected numerous soil and groundwater samples using a variety of techniques and equipment.
  • Collected soil and groundwater samples in accordance with State of Wisconsin specifications.

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7. Emergency Response

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Here's how Emergency Response is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Performed emergency response to chemical and water spills, etiological and biological contamination, tank cleaning, equipment decontamination, etc.
  • Performed emergency response activities including chemical and water spills, etiological and biological contamination, equipment contamination, etc.
  • Provided technical environmental support and project management for environmental and emergency response projects for a variety of clients.
  • Performed emergency response activities such as chemical and water spills etiological tank cleaning.
  • Conducted Emergency Response Environmental Frac-Out Monitoring at Horizontal Directional Drilling sites.
  • Serve as oversight on hazardous material emergency response clean-up activities.
  • Supervised Emergency Response Hazardous Spill Cleanup Teams.
  • Clean and restocked emergency response equipment.
  • Analyze and clean up emergency responses on highways, waterways, and assist with dangerous chemicals involving spills and contaminated areas.
  • Maintained Hazardous Waste and Emergency Response (HAZWOPPER) Title 29 CFR 1910.120 certification and 8 hour training requirements.
  • Execute technical reporting of emergency response incidents for the Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Bethlehem, New Jersey offices.
  • Respond to emergency response situations whose periods can extend beyond 8 hours, up to 12-24 hrs.
  • Trained to be prepared for hazardous waste disposal, emergency response, and recycling duties.
  • Performed as support member of the Emergency Response and Lab Pack Teams.
  • Trained for spill response per the Site Emergency Response Plan.
  • Completed 40 hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Training.
  • Team member of an emergency response hazardous cleanup crew.
  • Participated on the emergency response team as a Captain.
  • Provided emergency response to all material spills and cleanup.
  • Provide quick and efficient emergency response to clients 24/7.

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8. Patient Rooms

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Here's how Patient Rooms is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Sanitized and maintained multiple assigned patient rooms and examination rooms.
  • Maintained cleanliness and sterilization of patient rooms.
  • Cleaned patient rooms, Emptied Trash, Cleaned Surgery Room, Delivered Linen to all the different departments, Unloaded Linen.
  • Perform terminal cleaning procedures in patient rooms and prepare room for new occupant; follow isolation procedures in isolation rooms.
  • Worked in the medical field making sure that the patient rooms and hospital setting were cleaned to hospital standards.
  • Ensured all patient rooms and bathrooms are properly cleaned daily according to Island Nursing and Rehabilitation Center procedures.
  • Assist nursing staff with stocking patient rooms; knowledge of chemicals directions, labels and procedures safety instructions.
  • Cleaned patient rooms, nursing stations, and other areas assigned in accordance with standard procedures.
  • Clean medical surgery patient rooms, OR rooms, clinics, hospital areas to hospital standards.
  • Maintained Examination Room and Patient Rooms according to the hospitals Health and Safety Regulations.
  • Make patient beds and sanitize and clean patient rooms, floors, and bathrooms.
  • Maintain patient rooms, offices, hallways and other assigned areas of the hospital.
  • Sanitize and prepare labs, operating rooms, and patient rooms/Restock areas with supplies needed
  • Cleaned and maintained ER, patient rooms, public areas, Isolation rooms.
  • Cleaned and disinfected patient rooms, offices, bathrooms, and discharge units.
  • Clean and sanitize patient rooms from which the patient has been discharged.
  • Increased customer experience by providing clean, sanitized and orderly patient rooms.
  • Clean patient rooms, restrooms, offices, and other areas.
  • Disinfect patient rooms to maintain a low hospital inquire disease rate.
  • Clean and sanitize patient rooms and offices to OSA standards.

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9. Asbestos

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Here's how Asbestos is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Conducted numerous asbestos and lead-based paint inspections for a wide variety of buildings, supervise construction/demolition projects/abatement projects/IAQ -- Methodist Hospital
  • Conducted on site inspections of asbestos abatement projects to determine compliance with state and federal asbestos regulations.
  • Conducted asbestos assessment studies for several internationally recognized manufacturing and real estate corporations to determine hazardous potential.
  • Conducted asbestos and lead content surveys in existing buildings including material sampling and analysis.
  • Monitor air quality after the removal of asbestos from Philadelphia Naval Hospital before implosion.
  • Inspected 160 different locations around the Owens Corning manufacturing facility pertaining to asbestos.
  • Worked with Jefferson County School Board monitoring, inspecting and supervising asbestos removal.
  • Supervised abatement crews during asbestos/lead/mold removal in accordance of local and state regulations.
  • Inspected commercial and residential buildings for lead and asbestos containing materials.
  • Supervised and managed Asbestos abatement projects for private and public corporations.
  • Prepared reports, conducted asbestos containing materials and bulk sample data summaries
  • Supervised asbestos abatement activities and directed and trained new field technicians.
  • Lead abatement and hydro-blasting experienced; formerly asbestos and radiation licensed.
  • Collected air samples and performed microscopic asbestos fiber count analysis.
  • Performed mold and asbestos investigations of residential and commercial buildings.
  • Performed asbestos abatement and member of Hazardous Response Team.
  • Inspected all phases of asbestos abatement and environmental remediation.
  • Compile site logs documenting progress of asbestos abatement projects.
  • Performed asbestos project management, audits, and documentation.
  • Perform air/project monitoring duties during asbestos abatement work.

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10. EPA

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Here's how EPA is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Collaborated with EPA officials to ensure positive audit results and gathered all necessary documentation for compliance for with audit procedures.
  • Prepare hazardous material for removal or storage, Comply with prescribed safety procedures or federal laws regulating waste disposal methods.
  • Track individual transactions through the system to determine area of discrepancy and/or any required adjustment action.
  • Assisted department staff for permit research in vaults, facilities specifications verification and database entry.
  • Generated reports for the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
  • Ensured production equipment operated within set guidelines by performing adjustments and repairs as needed.
  • Determine proper maintenance procedures to repair and return systems and components to maximum efficiency.
  • Provided timely and thorough cleaning and sterilization of equipment and facilities within all departments.
  • Provided data evaluation and prepare analysis reports including environmental field investigations and E.P.A.
  • Check installed and repaired components to ensure compliance with technical publications and directives.
  • Conduct analysis and provide recommendations in a developmental capacity for inventory discrepancies.
  • Assisted in preparing permit applications for construction and operation of planned facilities.
  • Prepared hazardous material release response and environmental health and safety plans.
  • Provided information for preparation of 1348 documents and hazardous waste manifests.
  • Schedule, Coordinate and Maintain Documentation of all EHSS Departmental Meetings/Training/Briefings.
  • Assumed the responsibility of an Environmental Technician in the Environmental Department.
  • Trained to provide decontamination of patients before they enter emergency department.
  • Prepared microbiological reports for Laboratory Manager's review and approval.
  • Participated in departmental meetings and staff development leagues in services.
  • Performed inspections, repairs and maintenance of environmental remediation equipment.

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11. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Conducted experimental research and established monitoring program to track hazardous vapors and materials during processing per OSHA standards.
  • Managed overall operations and inspections according to Federal OSHA Regulations for Environmental Health and Safety related issues.
  • Make sure the organization complied with environmental service procedures including OSHA regulations
  • Monitored emissions of valves, pumps, compressors, and pipelines according to EPA, OSHA, State and Federal Government Regulations
  • Executed daily operations of commercial and residential waste removal executing OSHA, as well as all company policies and procedures.
  • Provided oversight of abatement contractors to ensure compliance with applicable L&I, OSHA, AHERA, etc.
  • Maintained compliance with applicable environmental, safety and transportation regulations (EPA, OSHA, and DOT).
  • Conducted soil samples of contaminated area ensuring that all samples are in tolerances of OSHA code laws.
  • Performed all assigned duties and according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
  • Cleaned up and disposed of hazard waste as well as chemical spills by following OSHA guidelines.
  • Conduct administrative task to ensure regulatory compliance with DEP, DOT, OSHA, etc.
  • Support and enforce all policies, OSHA/WISHA rules, safety regulations and guidelines, etc.
  • Cleaned and kept areas and facilities in an orderly condition according to OSHA regulations.
  • Handled maintenance of entire facility by following OSHA regulations to ensure safety of employees.
  • Maintained safety training and medical records in accordance with OSHA and ITT requirements.
  • Implemented RMOTC's Emergency Eyewash Station Program and implemented OSHA and ANZI regulations.
  • Followed and maintained OSHA health and safety regulations; attended required annual training.
  • Disinfected areas from infectious diseases and hazardous materials, according to OSHA Standards.
  • Assisted pipe fitters to fix leaks to keep plant in OSHA standards.
  • Assisted and confirmed compliance with OSHA standards during abatement of environmental hazards.

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12. Air Quality

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Here's how Air Quality is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Conducted Limited Survey for Moisture Intrusion and Visible Suspect Mold and Indoor Air Quality Investigations for residential and military installations.
  • Entered the compliance and investigation reports into database performed by Air Quality staff and performed corrections/amendments to database as needed.
  • Key contributor in implementation of quality control program for air quality sampling.
  • Performed air quality monitoring both inside and outside of regulated areas.
  • Performed air quality and radiation monitoring.
  • File Air Quality Management District (AQMD) report on natural gas usage and all other environmental issues at the facility.
  • Dimension & Scope: In home sales and service technician for indoor air quality, mold and ventilation remediation.
  • Decontaminated HVAC duct systems, assisted in taking air quality samples, conducted site surveys and air quality assessments.
  • Managed the fleet of construction equipment and insured the correct procedures had been implemented to protect the air quality.
  • Cleaned, calibrated, and repaired air quality and water quality equipment for the company and the customers.
  • Validated new production facilities by monitoring surface and air quality over the course of several months.
  • Experienced with surveys for moisture intrusion, visible suspect mold and indoor air quality investigations.
  • Use air quality testers to check for gas and sulfur levels before entering boilers.
  • Leak repair, cooling tower sampling, infrared camera surveys, air quality monitoring.
  • Assisted with indoor air quality investigations, including mold sampling and analysis of results.
  • Executed emergency restoration, large scale remediation projects, and indoor air quality assessments.
  • Collect air samples, log and record data for ambient air quality program.
  • Monitor, collect and analysis of Air Quality Monitoring Program.
  • Collect, enter, analyze and report Air Quality counts.
  • Air quality surveys, sampling, and reporting.

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13. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Operated heavy equipment including power generators and portable exhaust generators.
  • Used heavy equipment and machinery to clean, polish and sanitize floors and carpets on a rotating basis.
  • Acquired and maintained drivers licenses for heavy equipment such as, Fork-lift, Bobcat, and Front-end Loader.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as forklifts, backhoes, Bobcats, man-lifts, and hydro-blasting equipment.
  • Operated heavy equipment for project duration, including backhoes, forklifts, and front-end loaders.
  • Provided proper use of Heavy equipment to ensure a clean, safe and secure environment.
  • Assisted in the operation of heavy equipment to include the signaling and securing of equipment.
  • Prepared land using heavy equipment to install petroleum tanks of all sizes under ground.
  • Operated heavy equipment in support of remediation processes, including Bobcats, backhoe, front-loader
  • Operate light and heavy equipment to load waste into roll-off containers and end-dumps.
  • Operated light and heavy equipment including pumps, vacuum, and various equipment.
  • Operated light and heavy equipment including pumps, booms, forklift, etc.
  • Experience on various types of heavy equipment, and a hard worker!
  • Cleaned machinery, vehicles, and heavy equipment.
  • Use heavy equipment (Loader/Spreader).
  • Clean and fuel heavy equipment.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as track hoes, loaders and dozers in a safe and efficient manner to meet production goals.
  • Managed crews of 5-10 including heavy equipment operators, labourers, drillers, technicians in the delivery of a project.
  • Worked under/around heavy equipment, grease, oils, fuels, solvents, dirt, dust, hazardousmaterials/fumes.
  • Experience with some heavy equipment(Forklift,Skid steer, and Man lifts)

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14. Personal Protective Equipment

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Here's how Personal Protective Equipment is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Complied with company safety policies by donning all issued personal protective equipment.
  • Maintained personal protective equipment for employees.
  • Ensured that subcontractors and colleagues used appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) as outlined in the HASP.
  • Learned and became well versed in safety practices, emergency procedures and use of personal protective equipment.
  • Help determine proper PPE (personal protective equipment) to be used during emergency response.
  • Experience with personal protective equipment (PPE), and hazardous waste.
  • Use Personal Protective Equipment as stipulated.
  • Ensured all containments were airtight and all workers wore personal protective equipment according to state and federal regulations

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15. Technical Reports

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Here's how Technical Reports is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Reviewed technical reports to determine compliance with state and federal regulations.
  • Prepared technical reports using data calculated from each sampling location.
  • Produced and organized technical reports describing the results of the field and laboratory testing for both clients and governmental agencies.
  • Write technical reports or documentation such as deviation reports, testing protocols, and trend analyses.
  • Produced technical reports as well as issued notices of deficiency and/or citations for each inspection.
  • Assisted in the production of numerous Technical Reports and Proposals for various projects.
  • Reviewed chemical data and drafted technical reports for the NYSDEC and USEPA.
  • Review and prepare biennial reports, technical reports and enforcement actions.
  • Document results of tests and analyses, and generate technical reports.
  • Research and write technical reports and sampling plans.
  • Assisted in study design and writing technical reports for project relicensing and agency review
  • Gathered and analyzed particulate emissions from industrial plants in accordance with the Clean Air Act Helped write technical reports

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16. Hazwoper

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Here's how Hazwoper is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Maintain a 40 hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Certification and annual 8 hour refreshers.
  • Trained in 40-Hour HAZWOPER, Nuclear Gauge Safety, and Concrete Field Testing.
  • Trained mechanics on HAZCOM, created, and maintained HAZWOPER.
  • Maintain 24 hour HAZWOPER certification and other ongoing training.
  • Obtained OSHA 40 HAZWOPER, HAZCOM, and OSHA 30 certificate.
  • Completed 40-hour Hazwoper Certification Class.
  • Completed First Responder Operations training, 40-Hour HAZWOPER training, and FEMA courses on Hazardous Materials and Incident Command.
  • Completed numerous training programs including: Lean, Hazwoper, & Permit writers training.
  • Completed 40-hour OSHAtraining in HAZWOPER (Hazardous Materials Incident Response Operations) course.
  • React Environmental Inc. Certification in OSHA's 40 hour HAZWOPER standard with annual recertification courses.
  • Ground Disturbance Operations * Hazwoper (40 hr) * Confined Space Awareness * Site Inspection Training * AED/CPR

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17. Hazmat

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Here's how Hazmat is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Provided regulatory guidance and conducted routine site inspections to ensure regulatory compliance of HAZMAT accumulation and storage areas.
  • Processed, received, stored, issued, and monitored HAZMAT requisitions and material.
  • Establish professional relationships within Joint Base San Antonio to ensure HazMat compliance.
  • Performed HAZMAT and site remediation work.
  • Cleaned disastrous areas on a daily basis.Implemented proper safety procedures to ensure a safe working environment.HAZMAT.
  • Maintained and reorganized entire hazmat warehouse.
  • Job scope entails all facets of the environmental remediation/HAZMAT industry along with emergency response calls to spill sites and waste management/disposa.
  • Trained to be on the Hazmat Emergency Response Team (HERT) to handle mass causalities or natural disasters.
  • Supervised oil and environmental spill clean crew for various projects including hazmat on land and water.
  • Run, input and modify varioususage reports, authorizations, requests and processes relative to HazMats.
  • Route Director Cleaned and handled Hazmat materials as directed by state guide and regulation.
  • Point of contact to all squadron personnel for turn in of all hazmat materials.
  • Have taken Safety, Hazmat and Chemistry classes to further improve work skills.
  • Waste removal and tank cleaning Pressure wash cleaning 24 hr emergency response hazmat team
  • Assisted with the cleanup of hazardous material spill by donning hazmat suit.
  • Stored hazmat containers in storage facility and prepped for shipment.
  • Pick up and transport hazmat waste
  • Support and supplement on-site environmental manager Material handling HAZMAT management and handling Safety compliance Forklift operation
  • Track and maintain Environmental documentation for Wastewater, Opacity, Hazmat and DOT documentation on shipments Received and sent.
  • Use level A hazmat suit and respirators to clean oil tanks in diffrent oil refineries

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18. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Performed data entry pertaining to monitoring wells.
  • Perform calculations and computer data entry.
  • Prepare filters for shipment to contract lab and assist with data entry and data is then input into air monitoring reports.
  • Provided direction and oversight to program, data entry, and support of client's growing hazardous material consolidation program.
  • Assisted in data entry, equipment calibration, and provided project support as needed.
  • Experience with both LIMS and MIMS computer programs using data entry skills.
  • Experience with the data entry systems MIMS and LIMS.
  • Executed LIMS trend reports and data entry.
  • Provide data entry and review as required.
  • Perform WET Lab QA/QC data entry.
  • Conduct data entry and data validation.
  • Performed sampling of aseptic high speed filling lines and sample data entry.

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19. Ground Water

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Here's how Ground Water is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Perform ground water monitoring and remediation system operation and maintenance task.
  • Sample ground water monitoring wells and manage laboratory documentation.
  • Monitored ground water for hazardous materials.
  • Team member that collected and analyzed ground water, surface water, potable water, and waste water following DEP SOP.
  • Performed ground water sampling, soil sampling, free product sites, and low-level Mercury sampling on terminal sites in Mid-Michigan.
  • Design and built a small automated pilot study pump and treat system for the recovering of contaminated ground water.
  • Take waste water, ground water, and well water samples then transport and file chain of custody.
  • Assisted with the design, installation and maintenance of site-specific system for soil treatment/ground water recovery and treatment.
  • Perform Spill Prevention Controls and Counter Measures inspections for the protection of the ground water protection plan.
  • Assisted in drilling and installation of ground water wells and collecting soil and ground water samples.
  • Drilled and installed ground water monitoring wells to test the level the ground water was impacted.
  • Performed sample collection and field analysis for air, soil, ground water and surface water.
  • Assist in projects for the evaluations of storm water drainage and ground water drainage.
  • Ground water plume control for FDOT excavations on State Road 50 for FDEP permitting.
  • Developed skills on controls and plant operations of a ground water treatment plants.
  • Performed ground water, surface water, air, and soil sampling.
  • Maintain ground water treatment facility for the ground water remediation program.
  • Performed ground water and soil sampling and field contamination assessments.
  • Installed many well installations for ground water monitoring and extraction.
  • Correct any problems found with ground water protection violations.

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20. Storm Water

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Here's how Storm Water is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Performed storm water sampling and coordinated and performed free product removal and groundwater remediation monitoring and maintenance.
  • Performed storm water sampling, including manual and automatic grab-and-composite samples.
  • Analyze storm water systems to identify opportunities for water resource improvements.
  • Prepared permit applications for plugging and testing wells, storm water pollution prevention and spill prevention control and counter-measure plans.
  • Prepared Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans Storm Water Monitoring Plans, groundwater, surface water and storm water monitoring reports.
  • Storm water- quarterly and annual inspections, as well as following a measurable rain event with/without sampling as needed.
  • Arrange sampling for Petroleum, Oils, Lubricants, and heavy metals levels and composition for storm water drains.
  • Project manager for erosion remediation and protection of wetlands, storm water systems, and nuisance species removal.
  • Worked alone with a third party contractor supervising storm water cleanings through use of a High Vac truck.
  • Collected and monitored highway, municipal, industrial, and commercial facility storm water runoff.
  • Coordinate and oversee DJ Basin storm water inspection program using companies Storm Water Management Plan.
  • Perform light landscaping duties to keep storm water structures in compliance with local municipality guidelines.
  • Dredge and fill permitting, storm water sampling, groundwater monitoring and endangered species monitoring
  • Conduct process water, storm water, and Green house Gas sampling.
  • Record cylinder gas and storm water sample inventory to maintain adequate quantities.
  • Perform storm water inspections per state permits and standard operation procedures.
  • Perform storm water maintenance under Wal-Mart's storm water operations program.
  • Assist soil scientist in conducting storm water infiltration testing.
  • Perform administrative issues for KPDES storm water construction applications.
  • Oversee and or conducts storm water sampling and reporting.

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21. Environmental Site Assessments

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Here's how Environmental Site Assessments is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Conducted hazardous materials surveys and environmental site assessments for asbestos containing materials, and lead containing paint.
  • Provide technical consulting for asbestos investigation and sampling, environmental site assessments, and mold investigations.
  • Conduct Phase-1 environmental site assessments.
  • Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments/All Appropriate Inquiry, Environmental compliance, preparation of reports, Construction activities inspection, documentation and testing
  • Assessed environmental records from federal, state, county databases and regulatory files for Phase I Environmental Site Assessments.
  • Generated Phase I Environmental Site Assessments for sites throughout Massachusetts and the New England area.
  • Conducted Phase I/Phase II Environmental Site Assessments on private, commercial and industrial properties.
  • Tested lead base paint for Nashville Metro Housing; conducted environmental site assessments
  • Performed and completed Phase I, II and III Environmental Site Assessments.
  • Performed Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessments and groundwater/soil sample collection
  • Performed environmental site assessments and soil and water sampling.
  • Performed Phase I Environmental Site Assessments for due diligence.
  • Performed all fieldwork required for Environmental Site Assessments.
  • Conducted Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments.
  • Completed multiple phase I environmental site assessments.
  • Conduct Environmental Site Assessments/Phase I report writing.
  • Perform Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessments
  • Field data collection and documentation for environmental site assessments Conduct environmental media samples in accordance with applicable standards.
  • Conducted and wrote Phase I environmental site assessments (ESAs) for commercial and governmental clients.
  • Conducted Environmental Site Assessments, Wetland Delineations, Asbestos Inspections and Air monitoring/Field Sampler.

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22. Rcra

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Here's how Rcra is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Provided operational technical expertise on aircraft electrical and environmental systems on 3 major weapon systems.
  • Performed on- and off equipment maintenance for aircraft electrical and environmental systems and components.
  • Purchased and maintained electrical and environmental parts for timely maintenance of 15 aircraft.
  • Briefed supervisors on conditions of aircraft and repaired complex systems using technical knowledge.
  • Performed unscheduled and scheduled maintenance on various aircraft environmental and egress systems.
  • Maintained aircraft electrical and environmental equipment for functionality and safety of aircraft.
  • Coordinated and troubleshot numerous aircraft system failures involving other work centers.
  • Conducted environmental and safety audits of RCRA regulated facilities.
  • Serviced aircraft using various hazardous materials.
  • Removed and installed aircraft Components.
  • Inspect and evaluate aircraft Electrical and Environmental (E & E) maintenance activities and determine operational status of assigned assets.
  • Inspect, troubleshoot and maintain all electrical and environmental systems, subsystems, components and associated test equipment on C-130 aircraft.
  • Supervised and trained personnel in the operation, maintenance, and repair of aircraft environmental systems and proper quality assurance practices.
  • Provide scientific and technical guidance, support, coordination, and oversight through sources including 49 CFR and RCRA regulation resources.
  • Assisted the Hazardous Waste Shipping Team with coordinating and executing waste shipments from the facility to a RCRA-permitted TSDF for disposal.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on aircraft prior to mission departure to ensure safe and proper functioning for the pilot(s).
  • Organized completed company project files to be archived in compliance for the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) records.
  • Segregated various materials for consolidation from recycle, household, electronic, universal, Non-RCRA, and RCRA waste streams.
  • Lay out installation of aircraft assemblies and systems, following documentation such as blueprints, manuals, and wiring diagrams.
  • Maintained the electrical, oxygen, fire suppression, air conditioning, and bleed air systems on the C-5 aircraft.

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23. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Performed qualification contact surface sampling on personnel required to access aseptic processing areas to ensure compliance.
  • Provided technical assistance to Environmental Engineers to ensure compliance with environmental laws and regulations.
  • Implemented appropriate training programs to ensure compliance with environmental regulations and company requirements.
  • Evaluated procedures, and inspected equipment and personnel to ensure compliance with State and Federal regulations involving Title V Air Permit.
  • Performed closed vent system and thief hatch inspections to ensure compliance with state and federal air quality regulations.
  • Inspected various construction projects to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations.
  • Trained employees on environmental issues, guidelines and policies to ensure compliance with regulations.
  • Assist with on-site audits (industrial facilities) to ensure compliance with environmental regulations.
  • Conduct inspection on all Dams to ensure compliance with approved plans and rules.
  • Conduct ongoing inspections of solid waste to ensure compliance.
  • Performed sampling of industrial and municipal wastewater to ensure compliance with regulated permits.
  • Manage water and wastewater facilities to ensure compliance with Iowa Department of Natural Resources permits; including sampling and testing.
  • Carry out regular plant inspections so as to ensure compliance with abatement measures
  • Conducted daily tailgate safety meetings and monitored employee and subcontractor activities to ensure compliance of safety plans and S.O.Ps.

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24. Oil Spill

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Here's how Oil Spill is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Prepared site assessments and work coordination at oil spills, remediation projects, and land farming sites.
  • Performed field tests to monitor beaches and water from oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Operated pumps, vacuum, equipment, oil spill boom, generators, bobcats, etc.
  • Operated light and heavy equipment Pumps, Vacuum equipment, Oil spill boom, generators.
  • Supervised remediation projects including soil excavations, tank removals, and oil spill clean ups.
  • Responded to multiple oil spills, marina/vessel fires, ranging from large to small.
  • Assisted with environmental cleanup procedures for the oil spill on the Kalamazoo River.
  • Observed and recorded information regarding soil remediation of a fuel oil spill.
  • Clean oil spills on pipes using brushes and rags with diesel.
  • Recovered oil at Mississippi Barrier Islands following the BP Oil Spill.
  • Oil tank clean-up on refinery as well as oil spill clean-up
  • Operated marine vehicles in oil spill response and recovery operation.
  • Oil spill clean-up of the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Oil spill cleanup, mechanic work, and etc
  • Oil spill clean-up, Remediation, Truck driving
  • Tank cleaning, emergency responses, oil spills
  • Oil Spill response on land and water.
  • Oil spill and Pollution control.
  • Oil spills flooding tornado mold asbestos general labor demo construction hyrdoblasting and tank cleaning concrete work on commercial property
  • Cleaned up emergency oil spills, safely and professionally, and in a timely manner.

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25. GPS

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Here's how GPS is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Logged, identified and GPS plotted found pieces of the space shuttle to provide information in the accident investigation.
  • Inspected county tiles, ditches, septic systems, all while using GPS devices for county purposes.
  • Conducted vegetation mapping using aerial photos, topographic maps, and Global Positioning System (GPS).
  • Surveyed land for clients using a total station, data collector, and GPS equipment.
  • Experience in field surveys, habitat assessments, acoustics, telemetry, and GPS navigation.
  • Use of maps and GPS to locate and navigate to streams in remote areas.
  • Used GPS system to help Quality Control maintain correct cap dimensions throughout excavation.
  • Conducted quarterly surface emissions monitoring by using an FID with GPS tracking.
  • Performed level surveying and GPS mapping of newly installed monitoring wells.
  • Operate the Global Positioning System Receiver (GPS).
  • Surveyed excavated and newly renovated areas with GPS units.
  • Used maps and GPS to navigate to streams.
  • Provided GPS mapping for salt cedar locations.
  • Water & Soil SamplingGPS Map DrawingHeavy Equipment Operator
  • Operated a hand-held GPS to locate manholes for purposes of mapping and collecting analytical data regarding to the city's condition.
  • Assisted with the planning, data management, and GPSing of soil sample locations for former smelter and refinery locations.
  • Conducted hydrological mapping; determined flow patterns of 15+ channels; developed plans to improve water/channel flow, utilizing GPS.
  • Collected field data with handheld GPS units for local municipalities and import data into ArcView.
  • Conduct GPS mapping of towns MS4 system in compliance with NPDES Stormwater Phase II.
  • Navigate to remote testing locations using maps and handheld GPS units.

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26. Data Collection

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Here's how Data Collection is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Performed soil/soil vapor/groundwater sampling/air monitoring/data collection and various environmental field activities.
  • Research, data collection; editing of environmental documents
  • Supervised 1-2 technicians and reviewed data collection.
  • Specialized in on-the-ground data collection and assessments.
  • Monitor and maintain data collection equipment.
  • Downloaded data collection for analysis.
  • Record pertinent data on equipment maintenance data collection (MDC) forms and/or enter data into automated maintenance data systems.
  • Designed and wrote a SOP manual for entire plant and computerized all data collection, storage, and archiving.
  • Documented work performed with data collection sheets, field notebooks, photos and project-specific daily reports.
  • Coordinated with property owners and client, site research, data collection, and report preparation.
  • Designed and managed data collection from 27 facilities, processing over 60,000 data points.
  • Modify database as necessary and performs field audits of data collection and sampling activities.
  • Performed field data collection in the Walnut Canyon and Sunset Crater National Parks.
  • Assisted in data collection and entry for river restoration projects.
  • Performed data collection on all equipment in assigned area.
  • Field sampling and data collection tasks.
  • Assisted with wetland delineation and protected species survey field data collection Digitally mapped wetland delineation and protected species survey data
  • Ensured field samples and data collection integrity Processed gather data into required format and programs

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27. GIS

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Here's how GIS is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Assisted HAZWOPER technicians with logistical support for operations on project operations including research of facilities and vendors needed for project completion.
  • Job Description: Environmental Technician Ensuring compliance with environmental legislation and keeping up to date with federal and local regulations.
  • Coordinated logistics for transportation of waste from client sites including scheduling, manifesting and segregation.
  • Provided logistical support for training, maintained personnel training records and training material.
  • Assisted ecologist with the mist-net surveying of endangered bat species and evaluating site for suitable habitat conditions and presence of species.
  • Provided subject matter expertise and technical guidance to agency management in the coordination of projects which utilized GIS software and data.
  • Consulted with clients regarding project logistics, waste removal, cost effectiveness, and preparation of work safety zone.
  • Assisted lead geologist with site assessment, installation of remediation systems, data analysis, and light construction.
  • Recorded data including GPS, GIS, photographs, and field observations, and prepare organized daily reports.
  • Worked alongside biologists to help remove invasive plant species along the beach, riparian river areas and canyons.
  • Assist batch transfer of Mining and Reclamation Plans (MRP) from AutoCAD or TIF to ArcGIS format.
  • Act as lead for the regional Red Cross Logistics Team in the absence of Team Lead.
  • File paperwork registering samples and monitoring programs for laboratories to document the contents of the water.
  • Assist biologists and environmental scientists in field work and data collection, and marsh elevation surveys.
  • Certified by ESRI (the leading provider of GIS satellite imaging and mapping software).
  • Assisted with the implementation of GIS system in order to facilitate proper Emergency Management.
  • Assimilated Geographic Information System (GIS) data into reference maps for surveyed wetlands.
  • Maintained film badges and competed NRC forms for registration and storage of the gauges.
  • Assist Senior Environmental Technician in updating the Waste Analysis Plan and Notice of Registration.
  • Assist with logistics operations concerning roll-offs, end dumps, tankers, and vans.

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28. Remediation Projects

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Here's how Remediation Projects is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Supervised tasks related to various types of large environmental investigations and remediation projects.
  • Worked with Project Manager in coordinating and executing environmental remediation projects.
  • Supervised environmental remediation projects and implemented appropriate engineering controls.
  • Provide abatement project monitoring during remediation projects.
  • Participated in environmental remediation projects.
  • General station and soil remediation projects.
  • Performed fieldwork on environmental remediation projects.Responsibilities included soil and groundwater sampling, air monitoring, and site safety.
  • Worked on several hazardous waste remediation projects for the DOE as a field technician excavating radiological and chemical soil contaminate.

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29. Troubleshoot

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Here's how Troubleshoot is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Ensured proper operation of air monitoring equipment including troubleshooting, calibrations, and repairs.
  • Performed troubleshooting on all required electrical systems.
  • Performed troubleshooting on malfunctioning equipment.
  • Maintain, modify, calibrate, troubleshoot, repair and new installation of Environmental Analyzers with a wide range of technologies.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot the Boiler, Chilled Water Systems, and HVAC Systems, USB system and Plant and instrument Air.
  • Inspect, analyze, troubleshoot, and maintain electrical systems, associated components, subsystems, and test equipment.
  • Operate, calibrate, troubleshoot, install, setup, and repair equipment used in air emissions testing.
  • Perform maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, and installation of mechanical systems associated with site remediation systems.
  • Design and implement vibration table controls and fail-safe, troubleshooting and repair of dynamic vibration units.
  • Field activities included monitoring, compliance sampling, inspection, troubleshooting and repair of system components.
  • Worked with Engineering to capture and log in failing data in order for troubleshooting purposes.
  • Possess the proactive abilities necessary to troubleshoot and take corrective action on projects.
  • Maintain all air monitoring equipment and calibration logs, troubleshoot as necessary.
  • Assisted in setting up, implementing and troubleshooting the Bio Remediation System.
  • Perform Maintenance, and Troubleshoot when problems arise with the TEOM units.
  • Repair and troubleshooting of device in field; per customer request.
  • Perform data review and troubleshooting of ambient air quality data.
  • Interacted with site managers to troubleshoot failed compliance tests.
  • Worked with design engineers to troubleshoot hardware failures.
  • Monitor well maintenance, troubleshooting and repair.

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30. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Monitored current Federal and State regulations pertaining to hazardous materials, spill prevention and air emissions standards.
  • Interpreted federal and state regulations.
  • Entered all sampling information into a database to keep record of the waste to be compliant with Federal and State Regulations.
  • Air testing and Bacteria Samples for State regulations.
  • Monitor and record data related to New York State Regulations for Wastewater treatment.
  • Provided inspections and enforcements, assuring all specified facilities met and maintained compliance to county and state regulations.

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31. Sample Collection

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Here's how Sample Collection is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Assisted with aseptic sampling collection, monitoring procedures and maintaining sample collection.
  • Water sample collection and laboratory analyses.
  • Perform confined space entries, soil remediation, chemical decontamination, sample collection, monitoring and emergency response services.
  • Managed maintenance, calibration and performance of sampling pumps and related equipment for water sample collection activities.
  • Worked independently and directed field personnel in soil, groundwater and air sample collection.
  • Water sample collection, preservation, transport and delivery to laboratory.
  • Experience with soil and groundwater sample collection techniques.
  • Process and sample collections from the Merrimack River.
  • Test Sample Collection: Duties and Responsibilities.
  • Coordinate and review source testing and sample collection for AB-2588, California Toxic Hot Spots (Bakersfield and Ventura).
  • Sample Collection, Water and Waste Water Plant Operations, DMR Reporting and Extensive Documentation)

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32. Surface Water

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Here's how Surface Water is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Air and underground/surface water quality sampling.
  • Field sampling techniques (soil, groundwater, surface water, sediment, soil vapor, etc.).
  • Associate Environmental Technician - Perform precise ground and surface water sampling, soil, air and solid/liquid sampling.
  • Conduct field work, including soil, sediment, groundwater, and surface water sampling and monitoring.
  • Collect water samples and field data from ground and surface waters and settling ponds throughout Eastern Ky.
  • Scheduled and performed surface water quality sampling across the entire Galveston Beach Watch network.
  • Applied booms and absorbent pads to help contain contamination releases on surface waters.
  • Performed sediment and surface water sampling, data interpretation, reporting, etc.
  • Collect surface water samples, homogeneous and/or grab for lakes and streams.
  • Performed quarterly site groundwater, potable, and surface water monitoring.
  • Performed groundwater, surface water, pond, and leachate sampling as well as using a Nasal Ranger for odor monitoring.
  • Coordinated and carried out environmental monitoring events including groundwater, surface water, leachate, and pond sampling.
  • Performed hydrological testing and measuring of surface water at an active coal mine.
  • Performed semiannual groundwater sampling of monitoring wells, pumping wells, artesian wells, piezometer and surface water.
  • surface water, lakes, ponds, streams).

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33. Clean Rooms

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Here's how Clean Rooms is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Performed environmental monitoring of controlled clean rooms.
  • Watched clean rooms during filling procedures of injection drugs to make sure that airborne particles did not reach critical levels.
  • Qualified and proven to consistently perform and uphold aseptic techniques and aseptic gowning within clean rooms of production areas.
  • Clean rooms, restrooms, and other work areas so that health standards are met.
  • Clean rooms and other area, work with computers, and use universal precaution
  • Clean rooms in the Emergency Room Dept.
  • Clean rooms, discharges and areas giving
  • Clean rooms and remove trash.
  • Clean rooms, lounges, lobbies, bathrooms, and hallways.
  • Worked as a contractor for Amgen cleaning and sanitizing all the clean rooms used for production.
  • Monitored the different ISO class clean rooms for different size particulates and organisms, and familiar with cGMP and different SOPs.
  • Summer job Clean rooms Mopped floors Dusted
  • Clean rooms ,vacuum,dust,sweep,mop etc

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34. ISO

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Here's how ISO is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Direct liaison to Navy/Government environmental manager for administrative matters and hazardous waste spill incidents.
  • Conducted field monitoring tests identified and isolated emission sources and recommended corrective action.
  • Reported work related accidents, or other injuries immediately upon occurrence to manager/supervisor.
  • Performed follow-up monitoring and posted advisories along beaches with elevated bacteriological contamination.
  • Exercised supervisory authority and provided strategic direction to staff for soil remediation.
  • Reported malfunctioning equipment to supervisor and initiated work orders for repair/maintenance.
  • Provided supervisor with verbal and written report on suspicious or unusual incidents
  • Developed and conducted hazardous materials & safety training for lease supervisors.
  • Compile and furnished periodic reports and inventory listing to supervisor.
  • Report to supervisor and document all remediation work conducted.
  • Performed minor repairs and maintenance task required by supervisor
  • Applied proper infection control practices and isolation techniques
  • Contract Supervisor Initial Course Certification.
  • Managed document maintenance for ISO14001 and Environmental Health and Safety including contingency plans, training documents, and annual waste reports.
  • Ensured all Federal and State permits and plans were in place prior to APG Garrison and tenant organizations initiating intrusive activities.
  • Provide technical assistance to shift supervisors, plant operators, and other employees concerning environmental issues, laws, and policies.
  • Briefed relevant senior naval personnel on weather and ocean conditions to include advisories and warnings that would impact mission success.
  • Observed precautions required to protect hotel and guest property and reported damage, theft, and found articles to supervisors.
  • Collected and tested soils, air and water samples, looked for toxic gases, poisonous metals and radioactive material.
  • Follow supervisor direction to ensure that all equipment is maintained properly and in compliance with DOT and safety.

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35. Storage Tanks

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Here's how Storage Tanks is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Developed and implemented remediation/abatement procedures for industrial oil water separator systems, industrial equipment and storage tanks.
  • Performed investigation, subsurface delineation, and remediation services associated with leaking underground petroleum storage tanks.
  • Supervised and performed duties in cleaning above and underground fuel storage tanks in the Baltimore Washington metro area.
  • Test samples for proper specifications, obtain results and maintain records, offload chemicals into storage tanks.
  • Connect hoses and operate equipment to move liquid materials into and out of storage tanks on vessels.
  • Record and report the status and content changes for production/waste storage tanks for quarterly air permit calculations.
  • Position involved testing underground storage tanks and associated piping for leaks pursuant to State and Federal regulations.
  • Installed submersible pumps, underground storage tanks and above ground separation tanks and daft tanks.
  • Skilled in offloading and loading plant chemistry from tankers into bulk storage tanks.
  • Receive bulk shipments of chemicals, transfer chemicals to large storage tanks.
  • Removed underground storage tanks and completed Phase I reports.
  • Monitor all underground storage tanks.
  • Investigated petroleum storage tanks for leaks using geo-probe equipment.

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36. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Experience dry ice blasting and sand blasting utilized various hand tools, power tools, and construction and industrial cleaning equipment.
  • Used small mowing tractors, power & hand tools including high-pressure power spraying of buildings, structures, walks and driveways.
  • Used power tools and hand tools and electrical wiring connections on radar systems prior to Environmental testing.
  • Work as a roustabout on drilling rigs and mechanic work using pneumatic and hand tools.
  • Used a variety of hand tools, pumps, pressure washers and generators.
  • Use and maintain assigned power equipment and hand tools.
  • Use hand tools and measuring rods to plant trees, shrubs, and flowers at precise spacing incriments.
  • Operated tools such as saws, loppers, clippers, herbicide sprayers and other hand tools.
  • Required the basic use and knowledge of hand tools and pneumatic equipments.
  • Operate hand tools and power tools including sawzaw and skill saw.
  • Climbed smokestacks up to 300 ft. Exprience using hand tools ,gas probes ,and gas lines.

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37. Air Samples

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Here's how Air Samples is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Collected air samples in power generating facilities during maintenance shutdowns.
  • Incubated surface and air samples for 48 to 96 hours.
  • Retrieved surface and air samples outside of Bio Suite.
  • Perform mold inspections, collect mold air samples.
  • Collect air samples of environmental conditions.
  • Collect and monitor air samples.
  • Monitor and collect air samples from up to six sites; maintain sites; transport samples To the testing lab
  • Collected non-viable air samples using non-viable particulate sampling machines to meet Class 100/grade A specifications.
  • Inspected Commercial Air Carriers for Hazardous Waste Leakage Located Gas Lines and Took/Tested Air Samples Transported Needed Equipment
  • Collected soil, water and air samples for environmen- tal testing.

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38. Phase II

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Here's how Phase II is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Phase II Environmental Site Assessment report writing, coordinating with contracted drillers, interpreting laboratory results, and field work.
  • Collected phase I and phase II ESA data on Phases 5 and 6 of the Clark Fork River Remediation.
  • Collected soil samples for various job sites and help direct related construction activities for Phase II evaluations.
  • Performed Phase I and Phase II Environmental assessments, remediation design and operations.
  • Directed the drilling and soil sampling requirements for Phase II environmental assessments.
  • Performed Phase II at Whittier Peninsula, Columbus, OH which included extensive Geoprobe sampling and supervision of monitoring well installation.
  • Assisted in leachate, groundwater, soil, phase II V, and gas monitoring sampling.
  • Conduct Phase II subsurface investigations for UST and hazardous materials storage facilities.

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39. Space Entry

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Here's how Space Entry is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Trained as Confined Space Entry supervisor
  • Confined Space Entry (CSE) and rescue certified.
  • Complete confined space entry and 40 Hour OSHA Training.
  • Tank cleanings and Confined space entry.
  • Confined space entry and chemical clean up
  • Confined space entry industrial cleaning.
  • Confined Space Entry Calibrated and maintained air quality monitors.
  • Certified with OSHA Hazardous Waste and Emergency Response, Confined Space Entry, CPR Certified and Blood Borne Pathogens.
  • Confined Space Entry Contract Clean-Up Project Restoration
  • Confined Space Entry Supervisor Health and Safety Officer Conducted air, water, and soil sampling Asbestos landfill closure supervision
  • Confined space entry , cleaning tanks and tankers , Driving to worksite

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40. Npdes

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Here's how Npdes is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Conduct annual comprehensive evaluations and generate reports consistent with NPDES SWPPP regulation.
  • Oversee closed phosphoric gypsum stack with vacuum system, discharge treated or untreated water in accordance with NPDES permit regulations.
  • Conducted all environmental sampling including potable, surface, groundwater, and NPDES water sampling as well as soil sampling.
  • Review and chart all analysis in order to be in compliance with all parameters within the NPDES permit.
  • Attained and managed grants to develop water conservation (NPDES) and Used Oil collection and monitoring activities.
  • Assist in the facility's sampling program for industrial waste water, NPDES compliance and waste profiling.
  • Maintained records to demonstrate compliance with steel industry facility Title V, NPDES and POTW permits.
  • Performed Annual Dry-Weather Water Quality Screening Survey for the purpose of completing NPDES permit applications.
  • Composed briefs/reports for management on environmental issues (OWTS, TMDL, NPDES).
  • Carried out compliance activities for the City's MS4 NPDES permit.
  • Maintained sampling schedules for clients according to NPDES or other permits.
  • Organized detailed data for NPDES waste discharge permit reports.
  • Discharge treated water in accordance with NPDES permit regulations.
  • Perform groundwater and NPDES discharge sampling.
  • Conduct NPDES sampling, maintenance and oversight of the Scada System and project safety coordinator.
  • Perform NPDES permit sampling of refinery wastewater effluent IAW 40 CFR 136 Sec.
  • Developed permits for industrial wastewater dischargers as required by NPDES permit program.

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41. Msds

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Here's how Msds is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Ensured compliance with government regulations and client requirements by performing MSDS research, regulatory inspections, document maintenance and waste reporting.
  • Managed CFSI's Portal database of Safety Data Sheets (SDS) Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) library.
  • Implemented, reviewed, and updated master MSDS (material safety data sheets) database for entire facility.
  • Use chemicals to disinfect areas following safety standards compliant with the (MSDS) Material safety data sheet.
  • Maintained material safety data sheet (MSDS) files, monitored training requirements, and conducted safety audits.
  • Educate military personnel on environmental hazards and maintain MSDS, Material Safety Data Sheet, records.
  • Developed Material Inventory Reporting System to track and report MSDS information on chemicals used at approx.
  • Maintain the MSDS Master Index and Binders in the ERT Building and Medical Services.
  • Developed and administered a comprehensive Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) database.
  • Conduct site assessments, inspect industrial areas and review MSDS and chemical inventories.
  • Maintained the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) safety schedule programs.
  • Experience includes safety and quality control procedures and MSDS regulations.
  • Used and followed guidelines of MSDS as necessary.
  • Created MSDS database and tracking system.
  • Operated MSDSpro (Material safety data sheet information management system).
  • followed all MSDS safety guidelines.

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42. Public Areas

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Here's how Public Areas is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Supervised the daily cleaning of assigned rooms, bathrooms, corridor areas and public areas to the highest standards.
  • Aided in the prevention of communicable diseases by thoroughly sanitizing public areas and private rooms.
  • Cleaned public areas to reduce spread of colds, infections, and flu.
  • Cleaned and prepared guest rooms and public areas.
  • make patients stay as pleasent as possible, clean, stock.and public areas
  • Clean public areas,offices, patients rooms and ors.

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43. Trash Cans

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Here's how Trash Cans is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Dust walls and wipe down furniture with disinfect spray and liners and trash cans.
  • Emptied and clean trash cans.
  • Required duties clean men and women rest rooms, dust equipment, clean cafeteria, empty trash cans, and etc.

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44. Spcc

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Here's how Spcc is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Prepared and tracked completed SPCC Plans for New Mexico, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah and Texas production facilities.
  • Managed various DB (Access), spreadsheets and other records maintaining data quality for SPCC data.
  • Conduct annual Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) inspections and conduct annual staff training.
  • Assist site inspectors with SPCC, SWPPP, UGWMP and Hazardous Waste inspections.
  • Inspected containment drainage and oil storage equipment for site s SPCC Program.
  • Created Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) plan.
  • Conducted SPCC site evaluations on upstream and midstream facilities.
  • Performed SWPPP and SPCC inspections at multiple facilities.
  • Update and maintain SPCC database for oil wells.
  • Inspected and kept records per site SPCC.
  • Monitored SPCC requirements and prepare spill reports.
  • Make environmental inspections like: hazardous and non hazardous waste storages, chemicals storage, SPCCP, NPDES among others.

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45. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Coordinated the customer services and environmental information office of the public beaches of Barcelona.
  • Maintain a high level of professionalism while providing excellent customer service.
  • Maintain an employee relationship and demonstrate accountability and customer service skills.
  • Promote and monitor regulatory agency standards and customer service expectations.
  • Provided customer service orientated environment for patients and staff members.
  • Maintain positive customer service and effectively communicate written or orally
  • Frequent interaction with customers regarding customer service calls.
  • Established good customer service skills within the company and with vendors; Performed all aspects of data entry.
  • Provide customer service by cleaning patients rooms and ensuring all safety precautions' are adhered to.
  • Designed, arranged, achieved new growth patterns succeeding in customer service satisfaction and repeat business.
  • Supervised daily maintenance of casino's pavilion area, provided customer service and train new employees
  • Maintain upper most standard of professional conduct and customer service contact at all times.
  • Train program users and incumbents (customer service).
  • Manage public relations and customer service calls.
  • Maintain a great customer service rating.
  • Provide customer service throughout the hospital.
  • Delivered value added customer service and preparation of consumer products for recycling.
  • Provided customer service to patients and family Ensured a clean and safe environment for patients and staff
  • Inspected rooms and reported anything faulty Greeted patients and have excellent customer service .
  • cleaned patients rooms, and offices, and also had great customer services.

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46. Common Areas

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Here's how Common Areas is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Cleaned residents apartments, Common areas
  • General cleaning and dusting of offices and common areas; emptied trash receptacles and collected in a central location for removal.
  • Cleaned offices, residents' rooms/apartments, corridors, bathrooms, and other common areas.
  • Cleaned and maintained floors, laundry room, bathrooms, and common areas.
  • Clean patient room common areas and public areas per Joint Commission guidelines.
  • Performed daily cleaning of residents' rooms and all common areas.
  • Cleaned and sanitized common areas throughout assigned work areas.
  • Maintained the up keep of the common areas.
  • Clean common areas throughout the hospital.
  • General Cleaning of all common areas
  • Clean classrooms and common areas in a assigned building on campus.
  • cleaned residents apartments and common areas of the comunity
  • Maintain offices Interact with staff members in a large corporate setting Maintain Common Areas

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47. Ldar

low Demand
Here's how Ldar is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Perform LDAR (Leak Detection and Repair) policies and procedures following tasks in assigned project site.
  • Develop, implement and administer the site LDAR program to ensure equipment components are properly tagged.
  • Tagged and identified new equipment and components that were LDAR related for easy identification.
  • Provide Leak Detection and Repair (LDAR) oversight and verification of leak repairs.
  • Provide technical and regulatory support of the site LDAR program.
  • Provide on-site LDAR analysis using Method 21 monitoring standards.
  • Coordinate LDAR field activities with LDAR contract technicians.
  • Perform LDAR testing per state and federal regulations.
  • Leak detection and repair (LDAR) with use of Method 21.
  • Started as a temporary technician and quickly worked up to (LDAR) level 2 technician through self-motivated training.
  • Generate work requests and follow-up on LDAR maintenance repairs.Maintain record keeping on monitoring and repairs.

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48. PCB

low Demand
Here's how PCB is used in Environmental Technician jobs:
  • Treated/tested water contaminated with PCB's on water remediation project using Siemens' filtration and distillation equipment.
  • Develop and implement plans for remediation projects associated with PCB, fuel oil and metals contamination of soil and groundwater.
  • Review building blueprints to assess the location and quantity of materials containing asbestos, lead, and/or PCB.
  • Collected PCB contaminated building material and utilized field test kits to determine relative values.
  • Conduct QC/QA and analyze for PCB's, Pesticides, Herbs and Semi-volatile.
  • Coordinated and executed a plan to remediate an old steel manufacturing plant contaminated with 120,000 gal of PCB contaminated water.
  • Conduct bulk sampling for asbestos, lead, mold, PCBs, in residential and commercial building.
  • Perform soldering/rework of PCBs in order to test fixes and further experiment with system performance.
  • Performed various test such as DRO, Pesticide, PCB, EPHNF and EPH Fractionation.
  • Field service duties included remediation of lead, PCB's and radiological contamination.
  • Ensured compliance of (polychlorinated biphenyl) PCB, OSHA, DOT and EPA requirements.
  • Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) sampling and laboratory preparation for gas chromatographic analysis.
  • Handled contaminated sediments dredged from waterways in barge-to-rail transport operations (PCBs', heavy metals, and Benzene compounds).

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20 Most Common Skill for an Environmental Technician

Environmental Compliance12.2%
Safety Procedures9.9%
Lab Analysis9.1%
Non-Hazardous Waste8.5%
Hazardous Materials7.6%
Water Samples7%
Emergency Response6.5%
Patient Rooms5.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Environmental Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Environmental Compliance
Environmental Compliance
9.5%
9.5%
2
2
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
7.7%
7.7%
3
3
Lab Analysis
Lab Analysis
7.1%
7.1%
4
4
Non-Hazardous Waste
Non-Hazardous Waste
6.6%
6.6%
5
5
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
5.9%
5.9%
6
6
Water Samples
Water Samples
5.5%
5.5%
7
7
Emergency Response
Emergency Response
5%
5%
8
8
Patient Rooms
Patient Rooms
4.3%
4.3%
9
9
Asbestos
Asbestos
3.9%
3.9%
10
10
EPA
EPA
3.8%
3.8%
11
11
Osha
Osha
3.8%
3.8%
12
12
Air Quality
Air Quality
2.1%
2.1%
13
13
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
2%
2%
14
14
Personal Protective Equipment
Personal Protective Equipment
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Technical Reports
Technical Reports
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Hazwoper
Hazwoper
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Hazmat
Hazmat
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Data Entry
Data Entry
1.4%
1.4%
19
19
Ground Water
Ground Water
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Storm Water
Storm Water
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Environmental Site Assessments
Environmental Site Assessments
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Rcra
Rcra
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Oil Spill
Oil Spill
1.1%
1.1%
25
25
GPS
GPS
1%
1%
26
26
Data Collection
Data Collection
1%
1%
27
27
GIS
GIS
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Remediation Projects
Remediation Projects
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Troubleshoot
Troubleshoot
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
State Regulations
State Regulations
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Sample Collection
Sample Collection
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Surface Water
Surface Water
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Clean Rooms
Clean Rooms
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
ISO
ISO
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Storage Tanks
Storage Tanks
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Air Samples
Air Samples
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Phase II
Phase II
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Space Entry
Space Entry
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Npdes
Npdes
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Msds
Msds
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Public Areas
Public Areas
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
Trash Cans
Trash Cans
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Spcc
Spcc
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Common Areas
Common Areas
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Ldar
Ldar
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
PCB
PCB
0.6%
0.6%

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