Roy Thun is the Managing Director and Founder of Bridge Environmental. Roy received his bachelor of science degree in geology from Cal State Northridge, and MBA from Pepperdine University. He is also a registered professional geologist in the State of California. Roy’s primary focus is assisting clients with developing and negotiating cost effective, regulatory acceptable and manageable end-states for sites. Prior to founding Bridge Environmental, Roy had a long distinguished career as an environmental manager for BP. He has developed and implemented successful environmental closure strategies at local, state and federal (CERCLA) sites for over 29 years. He is currently actively involved with the Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council, assisting ITRC with the development of several new guidance documents including: Remediation Management of Complex Sites, Long Term Contaminant Management Using Institutional Controls, and TPH Risk Evaluation at Petroleum-Contaminated Sites.
WORKSHOP PLATFORM PRESENTER - ITRC WORKSHOP: Remediation Management of Complex Sites
The proper identification and management of complex sites has long vexed industry and many oversight agencies. Complex sites unique attributes often require substantial human and financial resources to address. Conceptual site models that fail to recognize key complexity attributes can result in site objectives that cannot be achieved in a reasonable timeframe. ITRC's draft Remediation Management of Complex Sites guidance provides insights and recommendations to identify a complex site and develop site objectives that will be both protective and achievable.