Leah joined Titanium Environmental Services, LLC (TES) in 2008, bringing 30 years of proven and aggressive experience in environmental management. She takes a proactive approach to identify and address concerns before they become problems. An excellent facilitator between people with divergent interests, she focuses on the endpoint to bring projects to successful completion. Leah has extensive experience in the areas of Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP), ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems, groundwater investigations, waste site closures, and pollution prevention projects. Leah has obtained numerous air permits, including a Title V Federal Operating Permit, state New Source Review (NSR) permits, an amendment to New Source Performance Standards (NSPS)/Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) permit, and Voluntary Emission Reduction Permit for formerly “grandfathered” facilities.
Leah has developed and taught DOT hazmat training programs for highway and railroad employees.
Since arriving at TES, she has focused primarily on air permitting and compliance, helping to obtain an air permit in three month’s time for a new facility in the area. She has also worked to bring a client’s wastewater system into compliance.
Leah has been a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM) at the Master’s Level since 1985. She has a B.S. degree in chemistry from Centenary College.