EBC Announces New Additions to Committee and Chapter Leadership Teams

EBC is excited to announce new additions to several committee and chapter leadership teams.

The Climate Change and Air Committee is pleased to share that Julie Conroy of Ramboll has joined the leadership team.

The Dam Management Committee is pleased to share that Laura Wildman of Biohabitats has joined the leadership team.

The Emerging Contaminants Working Group is pleased to share that AnnieLu Dewitt of Clean Harbors has joined the leadership team.

The Energy Resources Committee is pleased to share that Paul Knapik of BSC Group has joined the leadership team.

The Solid Waste Management Committee is pleased to share that Louis Muratore of RED Technologies, LLC has joined the leadership team.

The TSCA & PCB Working Group is pleased to share that John Goodno of Clean Harbors has joined the leadership team.

The Connecticut Chapter is pleased to share that Jared Markham of Weston Solutions, Inc. has joined the leadership team.

Welcome, all! Additional contact information is below.

Julie Conroy, AICP, Planner III – Sr. Climate Planner/Urban Designer
101 Federal Street, 19th Floor, Boston, MA 02110
617.501.1352 //  [email protected]

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Ms. Conroy has over 20 years of experience as an environmental analyst and planner. She currently serves as technical lead and project manager for water resource, coastal, and climate change projects. As a Massachusetts Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Service Provider, she works with municipalities to develop and implement climate adaptation and mitigation plans. Ms. Conroy has expertise in coastal ecology, integrated water management, and nature-based resiliency solutions. Ms. Conroy has been recognized for a contemporaneous approach to formulating nature-based resilience solutions and innovative structural infrastructure designs. She is a trained facilitator and is skilled in the translation of scientific and technical findings to a wide range of audiences. Her specialty areas include the preparation of coastal ecological assessments, working with dynamic climate models to evaluate vulnerabilities, and preparing realistic action plans for climate resilience. She is also skilled in both the preparation of regulations relative to environmental protection and permitting for complex infrastructure and land use projects.

AnnieLu DeWitt, Water Filtration & PFAS Product Line Director
North America
Clean Harbors
17 Main Street, South Portland, ME 04106
207.232.8378  //  [email protected]

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AnnieLu DeWitt is the National Technical and Sales Lead for the Emerging Contaminant and Water Treatment Program for the Clean Harbors Environmental Services group specializing in high concentration PFAS water treatment. AnnieLu has 25 years of experience in the environmental laboratory and remediation fields interpreting analytical results to evaluate options for treatment utilizing varied medias and pre-treatment equipment to achieve project objectives. Having worked as a GC/MS and also most recently as a LC-MS/MS chemist for PFAS compounds understands the importance of evaluating the project as a whole, from suggesting the most valuable testing methods at the beginning of the project that help determine the best treatment trains and medias for complex waste streams to informing clients on their options for final deposition of their spent media. AnnieLu DeWitt holds a BS in Chemistry-Geology from Bridgewater State University.

John Goodno, Business Development Manager
Remediation Technologies
Clean Harbors
770 Derby Ave, Seymour, CT 06483
475.777.4004  //  [email protected]

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Business Development Manager for Clean Harbors Remediation Technologies with 35+ years experience in the environmental industry. I currently focus on development of large and complex remediation and waste projects as well as water/wastewater treatment especially in the emerging market of PFAS. My region includes CT, western MA, NY and NJ and I primarily interface with the environmental consulting industry, regulators and fortune 100 corporate environmental managers. I have a BS in Geology and Geophysics from University of CT. My employment history also includes stints at Weston Geophysical and HRP Associates. I was a CT-LEP until 2016 and am an active member of EPOC.

Paul Knapik, Energy Market Lead, Senior Associate
BSC Group
33 Waldo Street, Worcester, MA 01608
617.896.4534  //  [email protected]

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Bio to be added shortly.

Jared Markham, LEED AP BD+C, Program Manager
Client Account Manager
Weston Solutions, Inc.
124 Hebron Avenue Suite 3A, Glastonbury, CT 06033
860.368.3204  //  [email protected]

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Bio to be added shortly.

Louis H. Muratore, LEP, CHMM, Senior Vice President
RED Technologies, LLC
173 Pickering Street, Portland, CT 06480
860.342.1022  //  [email protected]

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Mr. Muratore is a Licensed Environmental Professional and Certified Hazardous Materials Manager with over 25 years of experience within the environmental industry. Mr. Muratore joined RED Technologies, LLC in 2012 and is the Senior Vice President and Environmental Division Manager responsible for managing environmental projects focused on remediation as part of RED Technologies, LLC and contributing to the daily operations, permitting, and compliance of the REDTECH Intermodal Facility located in Portland, Connecticut.  Over the past nine years, Mr. Muratore has overseen the significant expansion and growth of RED Technologies, LLC and the REDTECH Intermodal Facility by providing direction, oversight and establishing a presence within emerging markets.  Mr. Muratore is focused on advancing RED Technologies, LLC’s industry footprint and providing clients with technical guidance to meet their waste management and minimization requirements.

Mr. Muratore received a Bachelor of Science degree in Earth Science with a focus on Geology from Central Connecticut State University.  Prior to graduating from Central Connecticut State University, he attended Spring Garden College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he studied Architecture and Construction Management.

Laura Wildman, PE, Practice Area Lead
Fisheries / Water Resource Engineer
20 Bayberry Road, Glastonbury, CT 06033
860.968.2740  //  [email protected]

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Ms. Wildman is a practicing fisheries and water resource specializing in ecological restoration consulting for aquatic systems.  Her expertise and passion, centers on the restoration of rivers through the reestablishment of natural functions and aquatic connectivity. She is considered one of the foremost nation U.S. experts on barrier removal and alternative fish passage techniques, regularly lecturing, instructing, and publishing on these topics; including assisting with the instruction of courses for the University of Wisconsin and Yale University.  She recently co-wrote the Dam Removal chapter in the book Sea to Source 2.0, discussed the history and human dimensions of barrier removal projects in a special edition of the Journal of Engineering Geology, and described sediment management issues associated with dam removal in an interview for the Adaptive Management of Barriers on European Rivers’ Let It Flow Magazine

In addition to engineering and river science, her work has emphasized reconnecting communities to rivers, and the socio-economic complexities relating to the balance between natural resource management and healthy river systems. She has been involved in hundreds of river restoration, barrier removal, and fish passage projects throughout the U.S.; working on all aspects of the projects from inception through design and construction, both as a licensed professional engineer designing and managing the projects and as a non-profit project partner when she was the Chief Engineer of American Rivers.  Ms. Wildman received her bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from University of Vermont, her Master of Environmental Management from Yale University, and has conducted 2 years of post-graduate work at the University of Southampton, in England, focusing on international issues relating to the removal of dams and the restoration of aquatic connectivity.   Ms. Wildman integrates both engineering and a deep understanding of river science into her restoration work.