John Henry has over 18 years experience in the environmental consulting and civil engineering fields, and
is a licensed professional engineer in Massachusetts and Connecticut. His primary focus has been site
remediation, including system design, implementation, optimization, and operation and maintenance. John has
extensive hands-on experience, and over the years, has gained a keen knowledge of various techniques to
expedite site cleanup. Remedial technologies have included soil vapor extraction, air sparging, product
recovery, total-fluids recovery, multi-phase extraction, in-situ chemical oxidization, and others.
He has performed numerous environmental site assessments, remedial studies, and cost-to-closure evaluations. Projects have included gasoline service stations, bulk petroleum storage facilities, airports, military bases, industrial facilities, dry cleaners, schools, religious institutions, RCRA and CERCLA facilities, automobile dealerships, and residential/homeowner fuel oil releases.
John regularly works with the Massachusetts 21J Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund, guiding clients through the eligibility, enrollment, and reimbursement processes, and frequently prepares and certifies Certificate of Compliance (COC) applications and renewals. He also prepares and certifies Spill Pollution Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans in accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Oil Pollution Prevention Regulations 40 CFR Part 112.
John is a Massachusetts Third Party Inspector for registered underground storage tanks, and has completed numerous inspections and reports in accordance with the Massachusetts Department of Fire Prevention Regulations, 527 CMR 9.00.
A.S. Holyoke Community College, Electromechanical Technology, 1986
B.S. University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Civil Engineering, 1991