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Us Army 20th Cbrne Command - Environmental Officer Resume Example

Grace Gray
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Professional Summary


Mr.
Trulli has over 35 years of experience in the field of environmental
science.  His experience spans both the monitoring/assessment and
regulatory /compliance aspects of the environmental business. His expertise is
in the field of marine science and the suite of Environmental Protection Agency
(40 CFR) and Department of Transportation (DOT – 49 CFR)
regulations.  Additionally, he has a working knowledge of
the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA – 29 CFR)
regulations.  He currently is employed by the 20th CBRNE Command at
Aberdeen Proving Ground in Edgewood, MD as their Environmental Officer. 
There he is responsible for ensuring compliance with all federal, state,
and Installation environmental and hazardous materials
transportation regulations.  He was recertified as a Certified
Hazardous Materials Manager (CHMM).

He spent
the previous 33 years at Battelle and MAR, Incorporated, 26 years at Battelle
and 7 at Mar, Inc., respectively.  The last 9 years at Battelle Mr.
Trulli served as Activity Environmental Coordinator for the US ARMY
Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense at Aberdeen Proving Ground in
Edgewood, Maryland.  He operated out of the Battelle Eastern Science and
Technology Center Office in Aberdeen, MD.  During this time, he managed
their chemical/biological waste and specific activity-related environmental
issues.  In this position, he provided
oversight to the handling and movement of
all hazardous and non-hazardous chemical and biological waste generated at the
facility including not only common laboratory solvents and inorganic compounds
but also Chemical Surity Material (CSM), primarily mustard and nerve
agents.  He ensured compliance with
USEPA, State of Maryland, and Army Regulations for all waste handling and
storage activities at over 25 designated Satellite Accumulation Sites (SASs)
and 2 Temporary Storage Sites (90-day site) within the Institute.
 
During Mr. Trulli's first 17 years at Battelle Duxbury, MA he managed the field
logistics and operations team.  He
provided oversight on all technical and budgetary aspects of
numerous field projects conducted through the Duxbury facility.  He
has been involved in the design, implementation, and management of field
tasks for large EPA-sponsored monitoring projects including the ocean dumping
and ocean incineration programs, the CSO Studies Program, and the Harbor
Studies (marine debris) Program which was conducted along all three U.S. Coasts
and in Puerto Rico and Hawaii.  In
addition, he managed a project for developing requirements, standards and criteria
for the EPA Chief Scientist Certification Program.  He has also managed a multi-disciplinary
EPA-sponsored project to evaluate contaminants in sediments from disposal,
reference, and dredge channel sites.












Skills

  • Am expert in the management and disposal of both solid and liquid Surety Wastes

Experience
Environmental Officer Jun 2012Present US Army 20th CBRNE Command Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD
  • Expert in the suite of Environmental Protection Agency 40 CFR regulations including Resources Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Clean Water Act (CWA), Clean Air Act (CAA), Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liabilities Act (CERCLA), Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA), Emergency Planning Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA), Federal Fungicide, Insecticide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA - 32 CFR)
  •  Knowledgeable in the Department of Transportation (DOT)49 CFR regulations for transport of hazardous materials by land, sea, and air. 
  • 49 CFR recertified under AMMO 62 to sign transportation  manifests for hazardous materials shipments.
  • Manages and oversees the implementation of environmental regulatory requirements for all organizations within the 20th CBRNE including pertinent State/Installation regulations specific to each of the three major subordinate commands.  Each subordinate command resides within a different Installation in different States and must adhere to different environmental requirements.  Mr. Trulli has considerable experience assisting these commands apply these different requirements to the specific needs of each subordinate command.
  • Provides guidance and oversight to managers of Satellite Accumulation Sites for the proper storage and disposal of wastes including wastes containing dilute Chemical Agent (XCSM). 
  • Participates as a member of the Command Inspector General Inspection team and conducting environmental inspections of subordinate commands.
  • Writes environmental policy specific to the 20th CBRNE Headquarters Command.
  • Provides input to and updating the annual aspects an impacts table for the Garrison Environmental Management Program.
  • Prepares adequate National Environmental Policy Act Documents and dig permits for all military exercises and construction activities conducted on APG.
  • Manages hazardous wastes, regulated non-RCRA wastes, and universal waste.
  • Oversees the Command recycling operations.
  • Manages spill cleanup, contaminated soil disposal, and restoration activities.
  • Represents the 20th CBRNE command at a variety of Garrison-sponsored quarterly environmental subcommittee meetings.
  • Recertified as a Certified Hazardous Materials Manager.  This is a rigorously tested credential that requires extensive knowledge of math, science, EPA, DOT, and OSHA regulations. 
Activity Environmental Coordinator for the US Army Medical Research Institute for Chemical Defense Feb 2003Dec 2011 Battelle Eastern Science and Technology Center Bel Air, MD
  •  Provided his environmental expertise and management skills to the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD) for management of their chemical/biological surety and non-surety waste and specific activity-related environmental issues.
  • Provided oversight and guidance for the decontamination, storage, handling, movement and disposal of all hazardous and non-hazardous chemical and biological waste generated at the facility including not only common laboratory solvents and inorganic compounds but also Chemical (CSM) and Biological Surety Material primarily mustard and nerve agents and botulinum toxin, research development and testing and evaluation (RDTE) concentrations of surety material, and dilute chemical surety material (XCSM). 
  • He ensured compliance with USEPA, State of Maryland, and Army Regulations for all waste handling and storage activities at more than 25 designated Satellite Accumulation Sites (SASs) and two (2) Temporary Storage Site (90-day site) within the Institute.
  • Acquired considerable expertise in the suite of Environmental Protection Agency 40 CFR regulations including Resources Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Clean Water Act (CWA), Clean Air Act (CAA), Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liabilities Act (CERCLA), Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA), Emergency Planning Community Right to Know Act (EPCRA), Federal Fungicide, Insecticide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA - 32 CFR)

     
       
        Duxbury Mr. Trulli managed the field logistics and operations team.  His most notable accomplishments included:
         
           He provided oversight on all technical and budgetary aspects of field projects conducted through the Duxbury facility. 
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            Successfully managed and provided oversight for several of projects under contract to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to test sediments for their maintenance dredging projects.
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            Successfully managed a variety of EPA assignments for both the Office of Water and the Cincinnati Research Facility.
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             Successfully managed and completed the Newtown Creek Facilities Upgrade and Planning Program, a $5M multi-disciplinary field/analytical program designed to provide water and sediment quality and physical data for use in a chemical and a physical model to predict the fate and impact of nutrients from a variety of sources.
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            Planned, prepped, and executed a deep-water multi-disciplinary field/analytical program with less than six weeks lead time, The project was designed to gather baseline bathymetry and sidescan/sub-bottom sonar data and chemistry, geochemistry, and biological data for targeted analytes in the sediments of five ocean dredged material disposal sites around Puerto Rico.
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