Emily Jones, PE

Environmental Engineer

Education:
MS, Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, 2015
BS, Chemical Engineering, University of Washington, 2010

Certification:
Professional Engineer, Washington

Joined Floyd|Snider: 2010

Emily Jones is an Environmental Engineer with a background in chemical engineering. She is passionate about using her understanding of environmental chemistry and contaminant mobility to develop appropriately protective and implementable remedies under MTCA, RCRA, and CERCLA regulatory programs. She specializes in remedial investigation and risk assessment; strategic technical allocation support to clients participating in multiparty cleanups; and stormwater source control and permit compliance.

Professional Strengths

Combined knowledge of environmental chemistry and cleanup regulations used to develop protective and technologically achievable cleanup and remedial action levels

Harnesses the power of data visualization software to quickly identify and communicate important relationships in complex environmental datasets

Ability to quickly synthesize hundreds of documents for key facts pertaining to contaminant release, waste handling practices, and other technical information

Adept at industrial process research to gain key insight into how historical operational practices relate to current environmental conditions

Skilled at environmental modeling, including calibration and sensitivity analysis of fate and transport and other environmental models