Emily Jones, PE

Environmental Engineer

Emily Jones holds a master's in Environmental Engineering and an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Washington. She provides technical support in human health risk assessments, including ensuring regulatory compliance under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Model Toxics Control Act, and other regulations. Her skills include analysis of complex data sets, fate and transport modeling, and historical industrial process research. Her research has been used in multi-party allocation processes to characterize the wastes generated at a site in order to delineate the client's liability and to identify other potentially liable parties.

Emily's expertise also includes National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit compliance. She has assisted numerous stormwater clients in the Puget Sound region develop Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans and Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plans to comply with both individual and industrial general permit requirements. Emily also provides strategic assistance to clients faced with citizen suits under the NPDES Program, and provides guidance to clients seeking to understand the financial and legal implications of changing stormwater regulations.