Dr. Tony Sperling contributes
over 15 years of landfill engineering and fire control experience to
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team. His primary responsibilities on projects entail fire characterization,
environmental protection and site reclamation. As well, Dr. Sperling
Control Inc. fire prevention group, providing
fire safety audit and emergency planning services.
He is the
president of Sperling Hansen Associates, a full service
landfill engineering company that has prepared landfill/operations
and closure plans for more than 250 municipal and commercial
landfills. Dr. Sperling has been responsible for fire extinguishments
and reclamation at the Delta Shake and Shingle Landfill
in Vancouver, the Campbell Mountain Landfill in Penticton
and the Hesperia Landfill in Vernon. He has
prepared fire response plans for Weyerhaeuser's China Creek
Landfill in Port Alberni, Tolko Forest Products Louis Landfill
in Barriere and the city of Vancouver Landfill in Delta.
Mr. Randall Wolsey,
has over 28 years of experience in the field of firefighting and emergency
response plan development. He is presently the Director of Fire
and Emergency Services for the City of Edmonton. Major achievements in his career have included new and
innovative, yet simple and functional emergency response plans,
streamlined administration of 145 fire fighters and a $13 million
annual budget. A master organizer, Mr. Wolsey's responsibilities
Control Inc. are to quickly implement emergency
responses using the proven Incident Command System. As well, Mr.
Wolsey is uniquely qualified to assist landfill owners in dealing
with public relations and political issues.
Jarvis Jackson, past president
of Key Safety Services Inc.
Control Inc. team with twenty five years
of industrial fire fighting experience. In 1991, he directed
a team of fire fighting professionals in the "Fires of Kuwait"
project which, in part, gave Canada the record for extinguishing
the most wells....180 out of the 732 wells in 200 days.
Key Safety Services
is a full-safety service company with the head office in Red Deer,
Alberta, Canada. With an overall staff in excess of 60 employees
Key Safety continues to provide the Canadian
and International oil & gas industry with
all aspects of safety ranging from the preventative
(safety training) through to emergency response
for fires and well blowouts. Mr. Jackson's fire
fighting experience is varied and diverse;
in addition to production tank fires, out of control oil
well fires and pipeline breaks, he has supervised landfill fire
projects at the Skidgate wood waste site, Delta Shake and Shingle
and Weyerhaeuser's China Creek Landfill. Fire control strategies
and the direction of fire fighting operations are formulated by
Mr. Jackson, for LandfillFire
Tenenbaum was trained and worked as a Civil Engineer in
Israel. Ms. Tenenbaum worked as a geometric road designer,
planning and designing national highway infrastructure, gas
stations and parking facilities. She is experienced with soil
testing and analysis, highly proficient with AutoCAD, and an
expert computer programmer.
SHA, Sharon was involved with more than 60 projects that include
geometric design, volumetric analysis, environmental assessment,
design and operation planning, closure and post-closure planning
as well as economic analysis. Sharon has also worked closely
with Tony in preparing landfill fire risk reduction plans.
Before relocating to Canada in January 2007,
Jerome worked in Ireland as an environmental consultant for
three years. During this time, he was involved in a wide
range of solid waste management, environmental monitoring
and auditing projects. He project managed the redevelopment
of a disused quarry into a public park amenity area,
supervised site operations involved in the clean up of
illegal dumping sites, prepared environmental impact
statements for windfarm, quarry and landfill extension
developments, prepared waste licence/permits and planning
applications for several hazardous waste transfer facilities
and conducted several ISO14001 Environmental Management
holds a Masters Degree in Analytical Chemistry and prior to
working as an environmental consultant he worked for over four
years as a quality control/assurance chemist in pharmaceutical
and Irish government laboratories.
joining SHA in June, 2007 Jerome has worked as an Environmental
Scientist. Mr. O’Sullivan has been involved in a wide variety
of waste management projects, with his duties ranging from water
quality monitoring and data interpretation, groundwater well
installation, QA/QC site supervision, hydrogeological
investigations and participating in landfill fire control site
audits. Jerome has also worked closely with Dr. Tony Sperling
in preparing landfill fire risk reduction plans.
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