The most important resource available to our clients is our staff of qualified, experienced environmental professionals. Our team of highly trained, skilled professionals are dedicated to providing solutions of unmatched value consistently with a commitment to safety, reliability and the long-term growth and success of the company.
George Malvaney | Principal, Managing Partner
A seasoned professional with 28 years of experience in the environmental industry including 10 years as a regulator with the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. Mr. Malvaney possesses a strong regulatory background with knowledge of federal programs including RCRA, CERCLA, TSCA, OSHA, Clean Water Act and OPA 90. He is experienced in all aspects of hazardous materials management and oil spill cleanup including on-scene incident management. Mr. Malvaney has led response and remediation efforts across industrial categories including transportation incidents involving rail, truck, pipeline, marine and aircraft scenarios, directing waste site investigations and air monitoring. Focused on strategic counsel to lead response efforts, Mr. Malvaney has led many high-profile responses across the United States. During the Deepwater Horizon response, Mr. Malvaney served in a key role as manager of operations in Mississippi. In this role, he worked closely with BP officials, Governor Barbour and local and state governmental agencies and entities.
Tim Parkman | Principal, CEO
Mr. Tim Parkman serves as the company CEO and has over 15 years in experience in the Environmental Industry including debris disposal, and waste transport. As owner of American Disposal Services and Faircloth Landfill and former board member of the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA), MS Chapter, Mr.Parkman has extensive ties to the local business community and the environmental industry.
J.T. Newman | President
Mr. Newman has over 15 years of experience in the Environmental Response Industry and has worked on numerous projects over his career including hurricane responses, train derailments, hazardous waste facility fires, tank battery demolitions, oil spills both on land and water, and numerous responses to petroleum releases, orphaned containers, leaking containers, and material transfers for both private entities and government agencies. Mr. Newman has a Bachelors Degree in Biology and a Master’s Degree in Chemistry and extensive experience in RCRA, OSHA, and many other governmental regulations.
Glen Thompson | Chief Operating Officer/Vice President
Mr. Glen Thompson has over 26 years of experience in the Environmental Industry, specializing in hazardous material emergency response, industrial services, large scale remediation projects, demolition projects and oil spills. His experience includes all levels of work ranging from Technician to Division Manager. Mr. Thompson has managed many incidents over land and water including chemical spills, oil spills, train derailments, highway incidents, chemical fires and natural disasters. While on these incidents he has worked closely with local, state and government agencies. Project duties include working within the Incident Command System, managing personnel and equipment for cleanup operations, air monitoring to determine the hazards of the site, sampling, decontamination and disposal of waste.
Justin Yohn | Corporate Health and Safety Manager
Mr. Yohn has more than 10 years of experience in environmental emergency response services and planned action projects. In addition to serving as a safety officer on large-scale projects including the Deepwater Horizon Incident and a large train derailment with tank cars spilling 11,000 gallons of crude oil into wetlands, he’s also led a highly pathogenic avian influenza project in Iowa involving the depopulating and decontamination of the impacted area. He’s served as Safety Officer and provided evacuation oversight related to a large volume jet fuel release. Most recently, Mr. Yohn has been assisting with response linked to flooding in Baton Rouge and hurricane Harvey.
Don Warren | Director of Emergency Response
Mr. Warren has over 26 years of experience in the Environmental Industry, specializing in hazardous material emergency response, industrial services, remediation, and industrial firefighting. A veteran of the industry, his experience includes all levels of work ranging from Technician to Regional Manager over multiple offices. Mr. Warren has managed many incidents over land and water including large oil spills, chemical spills, highway incidents, train derailments, chemical fires, and natural disasters. While on these incidents he worked closely with client management, spill management personnel, and with local, State, and Government agencies. Project duties include working within the Incident Command System, managing personnel and equipment for cleanup operations, air monitoring to determine the hazards of the site, ensuring protocol for a safe work environment, sampling, decontamination and disposal of waste.
Virgil Blanchard | Vice President of Oil Spill Services
Mr. Blanchard has served in numerous capacities on many of the largest oil spills in the US within the last 27 years. He’s highly experienced working within the Incident Command System and has acted as Log Chief, Operations Section Chief and Deputy Incident Commander on numerous oil spills and hazardous materials cleanup projects. Mr. Blanchard has responded to hundreds of incidents, from natural disasters to transportation incidents to high profile and environmentally conscious projects. His vast experience with on-scene site mitigation and spill management has earned Mr. Blanchard a reputation as one of the go-to experts on large, complicated responses.
Herman Newell | Vice President of Hazardous Materials Operations
Mr. Newell has thirty-six years of experience in all aspects of hazardous materials management and oil spill cleanup, including On Scene Incident Command. He has directed cleanup operations for hundreds of incidents, including train derailments, transportation accidents, and fixed-facility releases. Mr. Newell has served as a railroad-commissioned Risk Manager and Special Agent/Manager for Hazardous Materials, and he has been involved in the on-scene incident management during numerous train derailments and the ensuing cleanup efforts. He is experienced in product transfer techniques, leak source mitigation, container damage assessment and personnel supervision, as well as compliance with with local, state and federal regulatory agencies.
Justin Plant | Regional Manager
Mr. Plant has eighteen years of experience in hazardous material management and oil spill cleanup, including on-scene incident management. He has managed responses to numerous incidents including fixed facilities, highway, railroad and marine spills, working with local, state and federal regulatory agencies to ensure compliance. Mr. Plant also managed environmental remediation projects, including solidification, excavation and disposal operations. He’s experienced in managing personnel, preparing and implementing site safety plans, air monitoring, waste sampling, packaging waste for offsite transportation and disposal, coordination of waste disposal and cost projection. As Regional Manager, he oversees all Emergency Response operations for the South Region.
Jim Coiner | Regional Manager
Mr. Coiner has over 30 years of management and on-site experience in the environmental industry with specific expertise in hazardous materials, environmental engineering, demolition, remediation and construction services. He’s led thousands of environmental projects ranging in size and complexity for a wide variety of public and private entities throughout the United States and has extensive knowledge and experience with OPA-90, RCRA and CERCLA regulations. Mr. Coiner is experienced in resource management and allocation, safety, quality and financial management, and driving operational efficiencies. As Regional Manager, he oversees all Emergency Response operations for the North Region.