Paul G. Stratman, P.E.
Consultant of the Environmental Services group, Advanced GeoServices Corp.
Paul G. Stratman, P.E. is an expert in the investigation and remediation of inorganic contamination associated with battery sites, secondary lead smelters, and Superfund sites. Paul has advised capital investment firms on environmental matters associated with bankruptcy issues and acquisitions/investments. Paul’s environmental field includes the siting, design, construction and closure of municipal, residual and hazardous waste landfills and surface impoundments; permitting and design of hazardous waste facilities; preparing and implementing environmental and geotechnical investigations; design and implementation of plans for stabilizing and remediating contaminated sites; facility closure and decommissioning; and installation and testing of geosynthetic materials. In addition to his technical experience, he has served as chairman for a community advisory panel, testified at public hearings, negotiated with regulators and consulted to Financial Advisors and Institutions.
Licensed Professional Engineer in 22 states
Licensed Professional Geologist in 8 states
Registered Site Manager for NC
Association of Battery Recyclers, Active Member
Graduate Studies in Environmental Engineering from Drexel University
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Drexel University,
Bachelor of Science in Geology from Bloomsburg University
Highlighted Publications and Presentations:
“Cooperation Breeds Innovation,” by W.K. Richardson and P.G. Stratman. Presented at the 16th Annual International Conference on Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Water Conference. Amherst, MA. September 2000.
“Development of a CERCLA Multimedia Containment Remedy Within an Active Stream Channel,” by P.G. Stratman and W.K. Richardson.Presented at the 16th Annual International Conference on Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Water Conference. Amherst, MA.September 2000.