JAMES W. WEISHUHN, P.E.

HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS

Remediation of historic oil production facilities
Industrial wastewater and waste treatment at active and inactive facilities
Solid and hazardous waste evaluation, treatment and disposal
Environmental field programs development and implementation
Air emissions control and treatment
Municipal wastewater system design
Public water supplies for private corporations
Mechanical systems, hydraulics, instrumentation and control design
40 Hour Hazwoper Certified

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

Present Self Employed Weishuhn Engineering, Inc.
1989 to 1998 Environmental Engineer ERM-Southwest, Inc., Houston, TX
1986 to 1989 Environmental Engineer Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.

EDUCATION

M.S. Environmental Engineering, 1993, University of Houston
B.S., Civil Engineering, 1986, Texas A&M University

LICENSURES

Registered Professional Engineer, State of Texas
Registered Professional Engineer, State of Oklahoma
Registered Professional Engineer, State of Mississippi
Registered Site Evaluator, State of Texas
Registered OSSF I Installer, State of Texas

KEY PROJECTS

Investigated and closed four locations in southern Oklahoma pursuant to Oklahoma Corporation Commission Guardian Guidance requirements.

Investigated and closed one location in north central Texas pursuant to Railroad Commission of Texas requirements related to non-sensitive settings.

Investigated and closed one location in north central Texas pursuant to Railroad Commission of Texas requirements related to sensitive settings.

Investigated, developed excavation and landfarming corrective measures for about 200 cubic yards of material at a location in north central Texas pursuant to Railroad Commission of Texas requirements related to sensitive settings.

Investigated, developed excavation and landfarming corrective measures for about 15,000 cubic yards of material at a location in north central Texas pursuant to Railroad Commission of Texas requirements related to sensitive settings.

Acted as the prime contractor and field engineer during the excavation and landfarming of 15,000 cubic yards of soil at a location in north central Texas. Project involved excavation into the shallow aquifer for remediation of vadose and aquifer materials affected with crude oil.

Designed and provided construction oversight for a 5,000 gallon per day centralized on-site wastewater treatment system pursuant to 30 TAC Chapter 285 for the Town of Round Top, Texas.

Designed a 5,000 gallon per day on-site wastewater treatment system pursuant to 30 TAC Chapter 285 for Powerhouse Ministries, Retreat Facility, Fayette County, Texas.

Conducted numerous environmental drilling projects in Texas, Oklahoma, Mississippi and Louisiana that involved soil classification/lithologic logging.

Served on the design team with a former employer for the development of a 22 MGD and a 40 MGD municipal wastewater treatment facility for the City of Houston.

Prepared a Texas Pollution Discharge Elimination System Permit Renewal application of a Sewer & Water Supply Corporation.

Prepared a Request for Variance for a Sewer & Water Supply Corporation’s water supply wells associated with a sanitary easement.

Developed and implemented investigative strategies for an investor’s purchase of environmentally affected property in Fort Bend County, Texas.

Developed process, mechanical and instrumentation and control designs for a 1 MGD industrial wastewater treatment plant at a refinery in Puerto Rico.

Prepared designs and strategies to upgrade and achieve permit effluent criteria at existing industrial wastewater treatment facilities in Mississippi and West Virginia.

Designed the process control and prepared the functional descriptions for a 1 MGD high strength wastewater treatment plant in Geismar, Louisiana.

Prepared the process and control design for a 100 gpm chromium affected ground water treatment plant in Odessa, Texas.

Prepared three air permit standard exemption applications/notifications for Ultramar Diamond Shamrock Corporation remediation programs.

Developed the strategies for the remediation of a light nonaqueous phase liquid plume and a dissolved phase plume at Baker Petrolite Corporations’ Midland Warehouse Facility.

Prepared numerous Interim Corrective Action Plans in response to Agreed Orders for industrial facilities on the Gulf Coast.

Prepared spill response plans for electrical generation facilities in the Houston area.

Prepared solid waste studies evaluating municipal solid waste disposal needs for Collin County, TX.

Prepared NPDES Permits for industrial facilities along the Gulf Coast.

Provided operation and troubleshooting field support for a 30 gpm gasoline/affected ground water recovery system at Exxon’s Baton Rouge Refinery.

Designed, constructed and provided operations and troubleshooting field support for a 75 gpm mercury affected ground water recovery and treatment system.