Gerry Kirkpatrick and Dan Claycomb receive NY State PG Certification
To protect the public regarding geologic issues that affect citizens, natural resources, and the environment, New York State became the 32nd state to require that professional geologists be licensed. This month, two of Environmental Standards’ Principal Geologists; Gerry Kirkpatrick and Dan Claycomb, received certification from the State of New York. With their recent accomplishments, our geosciences team now has PG licenses to help our clients in many
states (AZ, DE, FL, IN, NC, NH, NY, TN, PA and VA).
Environmental Standards has appropriate certifications to provide environmental services in West Virginia, Ohio, and other states as well. We have several geologists certified at the national level and even an elected Fellow of the Geological Society of London.
The environmental sample lifecycle is complex. With multiple vendors, multiple laboratories, multiple samplers and multiple regulatory agencies, keeping tabs on data from start to finish can be compared to herding cats. The partnership of data management and chemistry allows clients to use the data as it applies to their specific needs and lets Environmental Standards do the herding.