4 Locations:
West Chester, PA, Philadelphia, PA, Shrewsbury, NJ & Manchester, NH

Headquarters: 319 S. High St, 1st Floor,
West Chester, PA 19382

P: 610.696.8980     E: info@envirosureinc.com

EnviroSure Team

Our employees are our most valuable asset. We have built a work environment that fosters creative thinking, brainstorming, and honesty when developing environmental solutions for our clients. Our employees enjoy the freedom to develop and utilize their unique strengths and abilities, while collaborating with other team members to fulfill project requirements. We understand that professional development opportunities benefit our employees, our clients, and EnviroSure.

Scott Smith, President

Scott Smith, PE, LEED AP,
President and CEO


  • Professional Engineer, PA, NJ, DE
  • B.S., Bioresource Engineering, Rutgers College of Engineering

Scott Smith has been a budding entrepreneur since the age of 10 when he began organizing his mother's coupons and then requesting a portion of those savings earned. His passion for entrepreneurship makes him an invaluable resource to the EnviroSure team. He has over 20 years of experience in the environmental field and uses his skills and expertise to develop environmental strategies and solutions for our clients. Mr. Smith has managed hundreds of environmental site assessments over the course of his career, as well as soil and groundwater investigations and remediation projects. His strengths include a tireless work ethic, commitment to delighting clients, and boundless energy for seeking out and nurturing new client relationships.

Christopher Zeliznak, Professional Geologist

Christopher Zeliznak, PG,
Environmental Department Director


  • Professional Geologist, PA, DE
  • B.S., Geology, Temple University
  • M.S., Geology, Temple University

Chris Zeliznak has over 18 years of project management and technical experience in geology and hydrogeology for primarily commercial and industrial clients. Mr. Zeliznak is a licensed Professional Geologist in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with extensive experience in the Pennsylvania's Act 2 Land Recycling Program (Voluntary Cleanup Program) and Act 32 Storage Tank Cleanup Program. Chris is also a licensed Professional Geologist in Delaware and leads EnviroSure's projects in Delaware. Mr. Zeliznak manages EnviroSure's most complex projects and serves as a geological and hydrogeological technical resource for EnviroSure's projects in the Mid-Atlantic states.

Valerie Daberkoe, Office Manager

Valerie Daberkoe,
Office Manager


  • Psychology, University of Pittsburgh

Valerie Daberkoe serves as EnviroSure's office manager. Ms. Daberkoe's experience includes, but is not limited to, research and document creation, accounts payable/receivable, and client liaison. Ms. Daberkoe coordinates staff schedules, manages office efficiency, and handles all facets of company bookkeeping. Ms. Daberkoe orders insurance certificates, manages insurance matters, and maintains insurance certificates for our subcontractors. In addition, Ms. Daberkoe is responsible for coordinating with our SCORE! business coaches.

Edward S. Golub, Business Development Manager

Edward S. Golub,
Business Development Manager


  • B.A., Human Environment, Ramapo University
  • A.A., Liberal Arts, Finlandia University

Ed Golub serves as EnviroSure's business development Manager. Mr. Golub has over 25 years of successful sales experience primarily in the environmental service industry. His background reflects accomplishments in business development, account management, marketing, and client relations. Mr. Golub generates leads for EnviroSure through relationship development to establish prospected new clients and service existing accounts throughout New Jersey.

Kevin Casey, Project Manager

Kevin Casey,
Project Manager


  • Certified Construction Reviewer (CCR), DE
  • Certified Radon Measurement Technician, NJ
  • EPA/AHERA Certified Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor, NJ
  • B.S., Environmental Science, University of Mary Washington

Kevin Casey has over 10 years of environmental consulting experience performing compliance inspections and environmental site assessments throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region. Mr. Casey's due diligence certifications include radon measurement, asbestos supervisor and construction reviewer. Other skill areas include soil sampling, wetlands delineation, mitigation proposals and remediation oversight. Mr. Casey has extensive experience serving as a liaison between clients and regulatory agencies (USACE, PADEP, NJDEP, DNREC) throughout the environmental permitting process.

Jennifer Morganti, Project Manager

Jennifer Morganti,
Project Manager


  • B.A., Anthropology and Environmental Studies, Hunter College
  • M.S., Environmental Science, Adelphi University

Jenifer Morganti has been working in the environmental science industry since 2010. She is trained in sampling methods regulated by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's (NJDEP). Jennifer has project management experience in site characterization and remediation activities. Her fieldwork experience includes overseeing drilling activities and soil boring installation, monitoring well installation and development, conducting Phase I ESAs, as well as, groundwater and soil sample collection and soil screening.

Michael W. Ketterer, P.G., Project Geologist

Michael W. Ketterer, PG,
Project Geologist


  • Professional Geologist, PA
  • B.S., Geology, Temple University
  • M.S., Geology, Temple University

Michael Ketterer has over 20 years of professional experience in geologic and hydrogeologic investigations. His work primarily includes Phase I and Phase II environmental site assessment, site characterization, and remediation related to storage tank cleanups and property transactions in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. Michael is also experienced in permitting, design, installation, and operation and maintenance of groundwater and soil vapor remediation systems.

Susan Green, PG, Project Geologist

Susan Green, PG,
Project Geologist


  • Professional Geologist, PA, AR
  • B.S., Geology, Iowa State University
  • Graduate Coursework, Physical Geography and Geology, University of Utah

Susan Green has over 30 years of geologic and hydrologic experience in Pennsylvania, New York, New Hampshire, South Dakota, and Arkansas. Her experience includes designing and managing multi-disciplinary environmental investigations for government and industrial clients. Areas of emphasis include designing and implementing intricate, small- and large-scale environmental drilling and multi-media sampling programs, as well as, inspecting environmental sediment dewatering operations and third party sampling teams to ensure conformance of project quality assurance objectives.

Joel Zickler, Project Manager

Joel Zickler,
Project Manager


  • B.A., Geological & Commercial Art, University of Delaware

Joel Zickler has 16 years of experience as an environmental consultant primarily in the Philadelphia region. He has a strong background in completion of site characterization and project management. His other experience includes Phase I & Phase II environmental site assessment and due diligence projects, managing large budget jobs requiring soil and groundwater remediation system design and operation & maintenance, state and local permit acquisition, contract negotiation, and general construction management and risk mitigation.

Joseph Tomalavage, Hydrogeologist

Joseph Tomalavage, PG,


  • Professional Geologist, PA, CA, FL, GA, IN, TN, VA
  • B.S., Geology, Pennsylvania State University

Joe Tomalavage has over 40 years of technical and managerial experience in environmental-related problem solving. This experience includes hydrogeological evaluations for the use of groundwater for water supply development, as well as investigating groundwater contamination problems, hazardous waste issues, soil and groundwater remediation and regulatory agency negotiation and permitting. He has performed remedial investigations and corrective actions for the utility, chemical, petroleum, and manufacturing industries and for government clients, and has also developed groundwater-based water supplies for municipal, residential and commercial clients.

Julie Brooks Rudisill, Project Geologist

Julie Brooks Rudisill, PG,
Project Geologist


  • Professional Geologist, PA, DE
  • Society of Women Environmental Professionals
  • OSHA Site Supervisor
  • B.S., Geology, West Chester University

Julie Brooks Rudisill has more than 30 years of technical and professional experience in geology and hydrogeology for the environmental consulting industry. Skill areas include hazardous waste site investigations and remedial investigations; management of overburden and bedrock drilling and borehole logging operations; monitoring well design, installation and abandonment; task planning for assessment of subsurface soil and groundwater contamination; and project organization, data reduction, management, and electronic file format procedures. Ms. Rudisill's management experience includes organizing and overseeing complex sampling programs utilizing various collection methods for surface soil, subsurface soil (including NJDEP-required Methanol Extraction method for collecting VOC samples), bedrock, surface water, and groundwater sampling (including Low Flow groundwater sampling) for a wide variety of parameters. Julie is responsible for geo-technical and regulatory guidance to the natural gas industry.

Carol L. Poole, Industrial Hygienist

Carol L. Poole, BSPH, MS, RPIH,
Industrial Hygienist


  • Professional Industrial Hygienist
  • M.S., Environmental Health/Industrial Hygiene, West Chester University

Carol Poole is a dedicated occupational safety and health professional with extensive experience ensuring regulatory compliance and best practices in the chemical and manufacturing industry with emphasis on multiple sites. Ms. Poole possesses expertise to identify, develop, implement, audit, and coordinate programs, projects, and training for employee and customer safety and health.

S. Robin McCann, AutoCAD/GIS Specialist

S. Robin McCann,
AutoCAD/GIS Specialist


  • Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
  • B.A., Music, Hampshire College

Robin McCann has worked as a cartographer/GIS analyst and CADD draftsperson since 1987, coordinating and maintaining GIS systems on regional and municipal levels with base data including road and hydrologic layers, wetlands, and topography. She received additional training in the Fundamentals of CADD (1989) and Advanced CADD (1990) from New Hampshire Technical College. She has twenty years of software applications experience including extensive experience with many popular mapping, CADD, graphics, word processing, database, desktop publishing, spreadsheet, and graphing programs for both DOS and Macintosh environments. Additionally, Ms. McCann has worked as a hydrogeologic technician, performing wellhead protection delineation; aquifer testing; and water quality sampling, including operation of pumping tests, electronic and manual data gathering techniques; reduction and analysis of data; research of existing data sources such as state and government documentation; and aerial photography interpretation.

Mariya Chiger, Assistant Geologist

Mariya Chiger,
Assistant Geologist


  • B.S., Agricultural Science, Bila Tserkva State Agricultural University
  • M.S., Geology, City College of New York

Mariya Chiger graduated with her Master's in Geology in 2016 and has gained experience from her course work, as well as a handful of internships. Mariya has held internships in Ukraine, England, and New York. Most recently, she interned as an assistant to a Brownfields Project Manager, where she reviewed Phase 1 reports to identify potential liabilities and risks associated with environmental and public health considerations concerning commercial properties.

EnviroSure Associates

David Pry, Licensed Site Remediation Professional

David Pry, CPG, LSRP,
Licensed Site Remediation Professional


  • Licensed Site Remediation Professional, NJ
  • New Jersey UST Subsurface Evaluator
  • Professional Geologist, TN, KY
  • AIPG, Certified Professional Geologist
  • B.S., Geology, University of Rhode Island

Mr. Pry has over 25 years of environmental consulting experience in the areas of preliminary assessments, site investigations, remedial investigations, and remedial system design and installations. He has extensive experience with New Jersey regulations, Brownfields redevelopment, and due diligence for timely completion of mergers and acquisitions. He is a permanent licensed site remediation professional (LSRP) in New Jersey.

Genevieve Becker, Environmental Professional

Genevieve Becker,
Environmental Professional


  • B.S., Geology, Bloomsburg University

Genevieve Becker has been working in the engineering and environmental consulting industry since 2005. She has project management and technical writing experience in site characterization/remediation activities under PADEP Act 2 Storage Tank Programs, and Phase I and II environmental site assessments (ESAs) in PA and NJ. Her fieldwork experience includes geophysical survey oversight, soil/groundwater testing, soil gas sampling, packer testing, slug testing, well installations, underground storage tank (UST) removal, infiltration testing, and asbestos/hazardous materials survey.

Dave Williams, PG, Project Geologist

Dave Williams, PG,
Project Geologist


  • Professional Geologist, PA
  • B.S., Geology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
  • M.S., Geography and Regional Planning, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Dave Williams has over 30 years of geologic and project management experience. He has worked on over 60 environmental investigations and 30 stream restoration projects and in Southeastern Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey. His experience includes coordination and oversight of drilling, environmental, geophysical, and construction projects. Other areas of expertise include hydrogeologic investigations, geologic site assessments, geophysical investigations, wetland delineation, land management, geomorphology and stream assessment, vegetation assessment and restoration, and community relations.

Kim Ashley, Environmental Professional

Kim Ashley,
Environmental Professional


  • B.A., Geological Sciences, University College, Rutgers University
  • M.A., Department of Environmental Science (Aquatic and Soils Science Option), Cook College, Rutgers University

Kim Ashley has 12 years of environmental experience and has completed more than 600 ESAs for proposed real estate transactions and telecommunications installation projects for industrial, municipal, rural, residential, and commercial properties. Project locations include New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Florida, Maryland and Virginia. Assessments included site reconnaissance, interviews, regulatory database review, historic resource review, municipal office review, regulatory office file review and report completion. Non-ASTM issues commonly addressed include wetlands, flood zones, lead, asbestos, radon and mold. An area of emphasis includes lead and asbestos screening.