Zephyr Environmental’s York office will be exhibiting in booth #31 at the 2017 Annual Environmental Conference and Trade Show hosted by the Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry. The conference will take place at the Best Western Premier Eden Resort in Lancaster, PA on Wednesday, April 12. The agenda includes some of the hot environmental topics such as vapor intrusion, waste sustainability and recycling, and the global energy marketplace along with updates and proposed updates to existing environmental laws and environmental management.
Greg Gromicko, P.E.
Mr. Greg Gromicko, P.E., MBA, has over 30 years of varied experience in environmental consulting and engineering management. He has extensive experience with program management, regulatory compliance and agency negotiations, air and waste management and permitting, wastewater treatment design and operations, site investigation and remediation, solid waste management, and radiological assessment. Greg is a registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and 11 other states and is active in numerous organizations including the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the Engineering Society of York, the York College Chemical Industry Advisory Council, the York County Economic Alliance, and the Penn State Alumni Association. He holds a B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering from Penn State and a Masters in Business Administration degree from the University of Pittsburgh. As Regional Manager, Greg is responsible for Zephyr’s Pennsylvania operations.
Ms. Jennifer Seinfeld is a Principal at Zephyr Environmental in Columbia, Maryland. She has worked in the environmental arena since 1982 and has extensive Clean Air Act experience particularly with air permitting programs. Her primary area of expertise is the New Source Review (NSR) Program, including both Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) and Nonatttainment NSR permits. She also has experience with the National Environment Policy Act (NEPA), managing comprehensive Environmental Assessments to fulfill requirements of the Department of Energy’s Loan Guarantee Program, and contributing to Environmental Impact Statements under NEPA. Ms. Seinfeld earned a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Tennessee.