Weaver, PG, LSRP and Haulton, GIT Join Firm to Bolster Geological Services
Liberty Environmental, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of two new team members to bolster the depth of the firm’s geological services.
Zachary Weaver, Professional Geologist and Licensed Site Remediation Professional, has joined the firm as a Project Manager. Prior to joining Liberty, Weaver served as a Project Manager and Geologist for underground storage tank (UST) management and contaminated site projects in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware and Alabama. “It was an exciting day for me to welcome Zach into the Liberty family. I have worked with him in the past and have a tremendous amount of respect for his work. Zach not only fills a critical project management role, but also brings new capabilities to the firm with his New Jersey LSRP,” said Andrew Fetterman, PG, Geological Services Manager. Weaver is a Professional Geologist in three states and a Licensed Site Remediation Professional in New Jersey. With more than 12 years of experience in environmental assessment, investigation and remediation of contaminated sites and environmental compliance and permitting, Weaver will lead site cleanup projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.
Weaver is a graduate of Millersville University with a B.S. in Geology. He resides in Mohnton with his family.
Kenneth M. Haulton, Geologist-in-Training, has joined the firm as a Project Scientist. Haulton brings over eight years of experience in environmental and hydrogeological consulting to the firm. He specializes in investigation and remediation services with Pennsylvania Chapter 245 Storage Tank Cleanup and PA Land Recycling Program (Act 2) Chapter 250 programs. “Ken brings great energy and experience to our site cleanup services. His knowledge of hydrogeologic site characterization, environmental geochemistry, and remedial technologies is an important addition to support continued growth of Liberty’s services for underground storage tank management and brownfields redevelopment,” shared Andrew Fetterman, PG, Geological Services Manager.
Haulton is a graduate of the State University of New York with a B.S. in Geology. He is pursuing licensure as a Professional Geologist in Pennsylvania. He and his wife reside in Harrisburg.