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Maggie Clarke Environmental
NYC Parks & Recreation, Natural Resources Group. Project Manager and Borough Liaison for Brooklyn – wetlands restoration. 2006-
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT 1990 - . New York State and New York City Certified Woman-Owned Business Enterprise. Major clients:
Expert Witness, 80 John St Co-op Board, on impacts of the World Trade Center disaster emissions, 2002.
US Environmental Protection Agency, Region II, New York, NY; Principal Investigator, Solid Waste Research and Demonstration Grant: In-Store Environmental Shopping Education. 1991- .
Natural Resources Defense Council New York, NY; Authored testimony/aided in negotiations on EPA Standards for Municipal Waste Combustors and Medical Waste Incinerators, 1990, 1993-1995.
Hampshire County, England, Advice and counsel regarding design and implementation of integrated solid waste management system for the County, 1994-. Participated in two symposia, Winchester, 1995.
Air and Waste Management Association, Technical Director for video "Solid Waste Management -- The Integrated Approach", 1993-1994.
Camden County, NJ, Camden Environmental Technical Advisory Committee member, charged with advising on incinerator retrofit design, and other air quality matters. 1993-94.
INFORM, Inc. New York, NY; Senior Fellow. Authored articles and testimony on incineration, waste composition and waste prevention issues. Influenced City policy at Solid Waste Advisory Board meetings. Worked with Ohio Citizens Action to recommend retrofits to Dayton incinerator, 1990-1994.
Center for Applied Studies of the Environment, City University of New York, Research Fellow, 1992-, Co-Principal Investigator and originator of State grants for three new environmental laboratories for CUNY, including a Products and Packaging Design and Testing Lab, a Mobile Air Toxics Monitoring Lab, and an Urban Environmental Monitoring Lab. Prepared a scope of work and environmental assessment for cleanup of Chinatown, New York City.
WNET/Channel 13 New York, NY; Environmental Research Consultant on "Environment: Your Own Back Yard" a documentary with four programs on air, water, garbage, and open space. Aired nationally in 1991.
INFORM, Inc., Program Director, Municipal Solid Waste Research, 1988 - 1989
Designed, directed, and executed research projects pertaining to solid waste management technologies and practices analyzed from environmental and engineering points of view. Areas of concern: incineration, toxic and volume source reduction, and integrated MSW management. Published reports, articles and testimony. Served on government, professional, technical, and citizens committees to define solid waste research needs, fund proposals, and implement solid waste management strategies. Peer reviewed government and professional reports.
NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF SANITATION, Resource Recovery Office, Environmental Scientist responsible for researching and evaluating new incinerator emissions control technologies and health impacts, New York, NY 1984 - 1988
NEW YORK POWER AUTHORITY, New York, NY (Resource Recovery, Energy Conservation) Policy Coordinator 1982 - 1983; Policy Analyst 1981 - 1982 Incinerator siting, financing, design
TRI-STATE REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION, New York, NY 1979-1981 Senior Economist, Water and Sewer Infrastructure Planning and impacts on Economic Development
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, New York, NY 1979 Associate Research Scientist. Applied Sciences Department
U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, New York, NY: 1978 Physical Scientist, Water Quality Management Planning.