Andrew Zlotnick Named Vice Chair of the EBC Connecticut Chapter

It gives us great pleasure to announce that Andrew Zlotnick of Fuss & O’Neill, Inc. will be joining the EBC Connecticut Chapter as the new Vice Chair. Andy looks forward to contributing his industry knowledge to the Connecticut Chapter as Vice Chair.

Dana Huff of Tighe & Bond will continue to serve as the EBC Connecticut Chapter Chair.

Andrew Zlotnick, LEP, LEED AP, Senior Vice President | Business Line Leader
Fuss & O’Neill, Inc.
146 Hartford Road, Manchester, CT 06040
203.374.3748 x3510  //  [email protected]

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Andrew R. Zlotnick, LEP, LEED AP, a Senior Vice President with Fuss & O’Neill, has over 34 years of experience managing complex environmental investigations and remediation projects at numerous industrial and commercial facilities and MGP sites throughout the northeast. Mr. Zlotnick received in BS degree in Environmental Earth Science in 1985 and his MS degree in Hydrogeology in 1992. Mr. Zlotnick is the director of the Industry and Utilities business line for the firm and has been a Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP) since the program inception in 1997. Mr. Zlotnick’s experience in environmental consulting field includes expertise in ASTM style Phase I, II, and III environmental site assessments, RCRA and Superfund investigations, underground storage tank closures, numerical groundwater modeling, and remedial design and implementation. Mr. Zlotnick has also managed several Brownfield redevelopment projects for several municipalities , quasi public entities, and private developers. Mr. Zlotnick has provided technical support for insurance companies and numerous law firms. Mr. Zlotnick also has experience with environmental litigation and has extensive experience with sites impacted by a variety of constituents of concern including petroleum hydrocarbons, chlorinated volatile organic compounds, semi-volatile organic compounds, PCBs, and heavy metals. He has also implemented unique alternative remediation methods to demonstrate compliance with the Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs) including alternative DEC and capping designs, calculation and regulatory approval of alternative criteria, engineered control variance requests, and has obtained regulatory approval for waivers of additional groundwater monitoring and obtained approval for the technical impracticability for groundwater remediation variance.