Ms. Dare is an environmental engineer with diverse experience in the environmental and engineering consulting field focused on ensuring sustainable practices that are employed to protect natural resources from the legacy of environmental impact from industrial releases, manufacturing, and testing-related releases from conventional and nuclear weapons. She has reviewed hundreds of RCRA and CERCLA documents in support of every aspect of the regulatory corrective action process for USEPA offices nationwide.
Ms. Dare is proficient at negotiating work scopes under federal and state contracts as well as private sector compliance challenges and specializes in negotiating differences to allow for pragmatic decision-making to ensure forward progress to achieve real reductions in exposures. Her primary expertise is assessment of designs for landfills and caps (e.g., presumptive, corrective action management units, radiological, toxic substance control act, and mixed wastes) and soil, RCRA compliant and chemical isolation caps. She is skilled in remediation of hazardous (listed and characteristic), TSCA; mixed and radiological wastes, and asbestos. She has performed evaluations of RCRA and CERCLA documents on groundwater, soil, sediment and air releases, and compliance evaluation inspections in USEPA Regions 3 and 6, and reviewed hundreds of RCRA permits and permit renewals for authorized state agencies and USEPA. Ms. Dare has a BS in Civil Engineering from Bucknell University.