Mr. John Pohl is the founding Principal and Director of Integral Environmental Solutions Pty Ltd. He has 28 plus years experience in the mechanical, environmental & hydraulic engineering industry. John holds a Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering and a Masters of Science, Environmental Engineering (Hydrology).
Additional Credentials Include:
▪ United States Air Force PALACE Acquire Program Management professional training in which duties touched every aspect of the acquisition process, including technology development and integrating engineering, program control, test and deployment, configuration management, production and manufacturing, quality assurance, and logistics support.
▪ Member - Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council (ITRC) - Technical and Regulatory Guidance for the Triad Approach: A New Paradigm for Environmental Project Management
▪ TRIAD CENTRAL - Rapid Characterization of Chlorinated and Hydrocarbon Solvent Contamination in Soil and Groundwater Using Direct Push Sensors for the C-17 Hangar Military Construction (MILCON) Project at McGuire Air Force Base, New Hanover, New Jersey
▪ Contaminated Land - Implementation of the Triad Approach
▪ NSW EPA, Contaminated Land Consultant (Consultants & the Site Auditor Scheme);
▪ Queensland EPA, Contaminated Land Certified (s381 of the Environmental Protection Act, 1994);
▪ Certified Environmental Practitioner (CEnvP) Cert. No. 0280, Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ);
▪ Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER), US EPA;
▪ Australian Institute of Petroleum (AIP) Accreditated & AIP Trained Contractor;
▪ WorkCover Authority of NSW, Construction Induction Card, accredited by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) and approved by WorkCover;
▪ Member, ARIC (Australian Remediation Industry Cluster);
▪ Member, Direct-Sensing Specialists, Contaminated land;
▪ Member, Forensic Engineering Society of Australia;
▪ Member, National Ground Water Association;
▪ Member, Environmental Professionals Forum (EPF) NSW, Australia
Contaminated Land - Implementation of the Triad Approach for US Air Force. As Contaminated Lands Program Manager, McGuire Air Force Base, I implemented the Triad approach which facilitated a time savings of 18- 24 months and cost savings of $1.34 million. The project results allowed state and federal regulators to give conditional approval for an Interim Remedial Action Plan (IRAP) involving natural attenuation, and 12 natural attenuation monitoring wells which were installed shortly thereafter.