Greg Kasza has nearly 30 years of experience as a scientist and consultant to projects across the Western USA involving environmental investigations, site remediation, mine engineering, drilling, and heavy construction.
Greg has served as a project lead on several site characterization projects that required extensive research into past operational practices at nuclear facilities, collection of contaminated soil and groundwater samples, and analysis of contaminant-groundwater interactions.
He has performed project planning, preparation of contractor descriptions of work and bid documents, and field supervision to characterization and cleanup activities at a variety of hydrocarbon and radionuclide contaminated sites. He is knowledgeable of drilling and soil sampling technologies, has prepared sampling and analysis plans, and is an experienced wellsite geologist.
Greg is trained to work in beryllium contaminated facilities, and in hazardous and radioactive conditions. In addition, he has graduate education and experience in industrial hygiene and performs air quality and chemical exposure investigations, and assessments of environmental safety and health issues for small employers and industry.
Education & Certifications
Master of Science Public Health (in progress) - Industrial Hygiene, Tulane University
Master of Science, Geology – Montana College of Mineral Science & Technology, 1976
Bachelor or Science, Geology - University of Wisconsin-Platteville, 1972
Idaho Registered Professional Geologist