- B.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Maryland 1982
Licensed Professional Engineer in the following states:
- Pennsylvania - #037723
- Maryland #48478
- New Jersey - #032874
- New York - #078181
- Delaware - #7118
- Virginia - #018599
- North Carolina - #028044
- Arkansas - #13748
- Maryland - #48478
- New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection UST Certification (License No. 0013892)
- Qualified Unregulated Heating Oil Tank Program (UHOT) - Environmental Professional for NJDEP
Patent Number 4, 892, 664, January 9, 1990.
"Decontamination of sites where Organic Compound Contaminants Endanger the Water Supply." - Inventor: Paul C. Miller
Patent Number 5, 061, 458, October 29, 1991.
"Decontamination Apparatus for Environmental Protection." - Inventor: Paul C. Miller
Pratt Center for Continuing & Professional Studies, Pratt Institute
Mr. Miller is a faculty member at the Pratt Manhattan campus and teaches a continuing education course regarding the Investigation and Remediation of contaminated property.
Areas of Specialization
- CERCLA Site Investigation and Remediation Strategy Implementation.
- RCRA Corrective Action on RFI, CMS, CMI.
- Delaware HSCA—FE, RI, Risk Assessment and Remediation (VCP, Brownfield Projects, Consent Decree, Enforcement Action).
- Investigation and Remediation of VOC, SVOC, Metals, PCB-impacted Sites.
- Design of Air Sparging, Soil Vapor Extraction, Bioremediation Soil and Groundwater Remediation Systems.
- Regulatory Negotiation, Project Strategy Consulting and Risk Assessment.
- Mr. Miller is the Vice President and Principal Engineer of Environmental Alliance, Inc. In this capacity, he provides technical direction and oversight to the projects completed by the company including: the Design, Permitting, Construction, Operations & Maintenance (O&M) and Closure of soil and groundwater Remediation systems, completion of Risk Assessments to support site cleanup objectives, evaluation of data collected as part of Site Characterizations and litigation support, expert testimony, and cost recovery defense. Mr. Miller’s experience in the environmental consulting field includes projects completed pursuant to CERCLA, RCRA and TSCA with EPA, as well as the completion of projects through various State-led programs related to UST sites, State superfund programs and landfills, State voluntary cleanup programs and Brownfield redevelopments.
- Prior to working at Environmental Alliance, Inc., Mr. Miller held the positions of Regional Engineering Manager, Regional Manager and Project Director for Groundwater Technology, Inc. (GTI) from 1986 to 1992. Prior to working for GTI, Mr. Miller worked for Johnson Matthey, Inc. in automobile catalyst research and development for the United States Department of Defense in their contract quality assurance program.
Expert Testimony/Litigation Support
The following summarizes those projects in which Mr. Miller has provided expert testimony, either in depositions or at trial.
Paoli Railyard PCB Litigation: United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Named an expert witness by the Defendants in the above matter. Provided deposition and trial (jury) testimony on the nature and extent of contamination on and around the rail yard.
The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company vs. Atlantic Research Corporation, et al.: United States District Court, Eastern District, Alexandria, VA. Provided litigation support and depositions related to the nature and extent of PCB contamination and the appropriate remedial responses at the site in question.
Star Newco, Inc. vs. Mountainville Properties, Inc (et. al.): United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. Provided litigation support and expert testimony (deposition and trial) related to environmental due diligence in real estate transactions, evaluation of the nature and extent of contamination, and the potential costs to remediate the contamination.
Conrail vs. American Premier Underwriters, Inc.: United States District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Provided litigation support and deposition testimony related to waste disposal at Hollidaysburg, PA rail yard. Support and testimony were related to the potential date of burial of drums and other wastes, the nature and extent of contamination at the site, potential remedial actions necessary to address the contamination present and the potential costs to perform remedial actions.
Crown Cork & Seal (et. al.), vs. CBS Corp. (et. al.) (M.D.N.C.): Provided litigation support and expert testimony (deposition) related to the division of remedial response costs at the Macon Dockery Superfund Site in North Carolina.
John Beazley, et. al. vs. The Carroll Independent Fuel Co. (Circuit Court of Maryland for Baltimore County): provided litigation support and deposition testimony regarding the remedial strategy and the design of the system to address the presence of gasoline constituents, primarily MtBE, in soil and groundwater.