Associate, Contaminant Hydrogeologist
Stephen Livingstone possesses deep expertise in hydrogeological studies, environmental assessments, fate and transport contaminant evaluations, computer modeling, complex site remediation, site specific risk assessments, brownfield redevelopment, litigation support, strategic environmental policy and management systems. Having served both industry and government for over 30 years, he is exceptional at bringing innovative and novel approaches to solve some of the most difficult environmental and hydrogeological challenges.
Mr. Livingstone has managed high profile and complex sites for the military, chemical storage facilities, factories, brownfield sites, railway yards, landfills and mines. His hazardous waste experience includes PHCs, metals, PAHs, radiological impacts (uranium), off-site chlorinated solvent plumes (TCE, PCE, VC and 1-4 dioxane) and “cancer cluster” sites. Mr. Livingstone has worked on numerous DNAPL and LNAPL contaminated sites from site characterization, plume stability to pilot scale testing and implementation of remedial systems including insitu bioaugmentation. Many of the sites required advanced contaminant groundwater flow and transport interpretations and modeling.
He has worked in over two dozen countries around the world, and he has developed several strategic policy and guidance programs on behalf of several Federal government departments. Mr. Livingstone is a licensed member of the Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut and Professional Geoscientist in Ontario and Professional Association of Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia.