apec
APEC GUAM
P.O. Box 5091
Agana, Guam 96932
Phone: (671) 477-7310
Fax: (671) 477-7311
apecguam@guam.net

APEC CNMI
PMB A-6 BOX 10001
Saipan, MP 96950
Phone: (670) 322-7709
Fax: (670) 322-7708
apeccnmi@pticom.com

www.alliedpacificenviron.com
APEC PERSONNEL
C. Thomas Polevich
President, Hydrogeologist, Senior Project Manager
Education
B.S., Earth and Space Science, State University of New York at Stony Brook 1972
M.S., Hydrogeology, Adelphi University, Garden City, New York 1991

Professional Summary
Mr. Polevich has 20 years of experience in the field of environmental consulting with 16 years of
experience the Pacific Region. Mr. Polevich is the APEC Company President, and is responsible
for APEC corporate and project management. Mr. Polevich participates in the following types of
projects, at levels ranging from manager to team member: Phase I and II investigations; solid
and hazardous waste management; groundwater/subsurface investigations and remedial
actions; water resource investigations/development; subtitle D landfill siting, design and
closure; Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan (SPCCP) development; master
planning; injection well design/permitting; geotechnical investigations; seismic hazard studies;
EIS and EA preparation; air emissions studies/ permitting; Storm Water Monitoring Plan
(SWMP) development; and asbestos-containing building materials and lead based paint
inspection assessment and abatement oversight.

Projects have been undertaken on behalf of public agencies, commercial entities, and financial
institutions.  Interaction with federal agencies has included U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,
Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Department of the Navy, and the
U.S. Air Force.  Mr. Polevich has had extensive interaction with the public agencies of the
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI), including Department of
Environmental Quality, Coastal Resource Management, Department of Land and Natural
Resources Fish & Wildlife Division, Department of Public Works, Commonwealth Utilities
Corporation and Commonwealth Ports Authority.  Agency interaction on Guam consists of
Guam Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Public Works, Guam Waterworks
Authority, Guam International Airport Authority, Department of Land Management, Territorial
Land Use Committee, PACDIVNAVFAC Engineering and Environmental Command, and the
Water and Environmental Research Institute.


Professional Experience

Hazardous Material and Waste:

US EPA Unilateral Administrative Order Response, CNMI CPA Saipan International Airport:  
The Commonwealth Ports Authority received a unilateral administrative order (UAO) from the US
EPA due to numerous RCRA hazardous waste violations and for incineration permit issues at
the Saipan Airport.  APEC conducted site inspections of the facility and is working with US EPA
to address the problems to their satisfaction.  Activities include sampling of affected media to
determine extent of contamination, providing recommendations to the client for compliance with
local and federal regulations, writing a hazardous materials and waste management plan for
the facility, conducting hazardous materials and waste awareness training for airport
employees, and working with the CNMI Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to obtain
proper permits for the incinerator facility.  Client: CNMI Commonwealth Ports Authority, Saipan
International Airport.

US EPA Unilateral Administrative Order Response, Sablan Rock Quarry :  The Sablan Rock
Quarry received a UAO from the US EPA due to RCRA hazardous waste management and
storage violations.  APEC conducted site inspections and investigations of the facility and
worked with US EPA to address the problems to their satisfaction.  Activities include soil
sampling and analysis to determine extent of contamination, waste oil sampling and
characterization, providing recommendations to the client for compliance with local and federal
regulations, writing a hazardous materials and waste management plan for the facility, and
conducting hazardous materials and waste awareness training for employees.  Client: Sablan
Rock Quarry, Saipan.

Hazardous Waste Management Course for Generators on Guam:  Developed and instructed a
16-hour course specifically geared to Guam Environmental Protection Agency (GEPA)
regulations for hazardous waste generators.  GEPA, U.S. EPA, and Department of
Transportation regulations were included in the syllabus.

Technical Advisor to the Guam DPW for U.S. EPA Hazardous Waste (RCRA) Civil
Administrative Lawsuit:
 Provided technical advice, regulatory interpretation, and acted as a
regulatory liaison on behalf of Guam DPW in response to a twelve count, U.S. EPA RCRA-
based, civil administrative lawsuit.  All twelve counts were dropped.

Hazardous Materials Commodity Flow Analysis, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana
Islands:
 Project management and oversight for a comprehensive accounting of hazardous
materials throughout the CNMI including: generation of baseline database of facility types and
potential respective hazardous materials (HM) contained on-site; generation of baseline
database of specific HM importers; identification of HM imported and primary routes of transport;
determination of highest risk HM; production HM database using Microsoft Access software;
assessment of results relative to improvement of preparedness, prevention, and response
capabilities; production of Hazardous Materials Commodity Flow Analysis Report.  Client: CNMI
Emergency Management Office (EMO).

Household Hazardous Debris Cleanup Resulting from Super typhoon Pongsona, Guam:  
Project management and oversight under contract with Environmental Chemical Corporation
(ECC), a primary contractor for the US Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE), APEC performed
household hazardous waste removal from residential areas throughout the island of Guam.
Special circumstances included conducting multiple party field operations in the aftermath of a
natural disaster.   The project involved coordination with ECC and the ACOE, procurement of
labor and trucking services to facilitate cleanup, and reporting.  Operations were conducted from
January through March 2003.

Harmon Hazardous Waste Site Investigation and Remediation, Harmon, Guam: Management
and oversight of a hazardous waste site on privately owned property. Responsibilities included
development of a work plan, time line, sampling and analysis, QA/QC plan and interaction with
the Guam Environmental Protection Agency on the client's behalf.

Asbestos and Lead-Based Paint Regulatory Compliance Monitoring for GHURA Housing
Restoration Project, Guam:
 As a U.S. EPA certified Asbestos Inspector, a Management
Planner, and a U.S. EPA - trained Lead-Based Paint Inspector, Mr. Polevich performed final
clearance inspections on asbestos and lead-based paint removal projects.


Environmental Assessment:

Emergency Phase II Environmental Site Assessment, Umatac, Guam.  May 2005. Performed
an Emergency Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (EESA) in accordance with American
Society for Testing and Materials Standard E 1903 at the site of a diesel and gas fuel release
caused by a tanker truck accident in Umatac, Guam.  The purpose of the Emergency ESA was to
provide an initial characterization of the subject site based upon data obtained within 72 hours
of the fuel release incident.  Duties included sampling and analysis of soil contamination,
delineation of extent of contaminants of concern, and report preparation including mitigation and
remediation recommendations. Client:  Mobil Oil Guam, Inc.

Phase II Remedial Subsurface Investigation (PH II RSI) for CUC Power Plants 1 & 2 sites (Lot
No. 205 E 01), Lower Base, Saipan, CNMI. October 2005.
 Allied Pacific Environmental
Consulting (APEC) was contracted by Commonwealth Utilities Corporation (CUC) to conduct a
Phase II Remedial Subsurface Investigation (PH II RSI) for CUC Power Plants 1 & 2 sites (Lot
No. 205 E 01), Lower Base, Saipan, CNMI. Phase II RSI activities supplemented the initial
characterization of the horizontal and vertical extent of soil contamination in areas of concern
identified in an initial Phase II Environmental Site Assessment conducted by APEC in May 2004.
Client: Commonwealth Utilities Corporation, CNMI.

Environmental Assessment for the Tinian International Airport Expansion Project, CNMI:
Project Manager for a federally mandated Environmental Assessment.  Due to impact to a
federally protected species, a Biological Assessment was prepared and a Section 7
consultation was undertaken.  Participated in negotiations with the CNMI-CPA, U.S. Navy, and U.
S. Fish and Wildlife for the mitigation area designation and development.  The document was
prepared in accordance with NEPA and FAA regulations.  Client: Commonwealth Port Authority,
CNMI.

Limited Environmental Baseline Assessment, (Lot No.190E1 and Lot No.038E2, Saipan, CNMI:
Conducted a limited environmental baseline assessment for potential contaminants in surface
soil at leased Tan Holding Corporation sites (Lot No.190e1 and Lot No.038e2), Saipan, CNMI.  
Client: Tan Holding Corporation.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Lot 22700-R1, Kagman, Saipan, CNMI:  November
2004.
Performed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment of parcel of land located in
Kagman, Saipan, in accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials Standard E
1527-00. Client:  Mobil Oil Guam, Inc.

Puerto Rico Power Plant Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment and Limited
Phase II Baseline Investigation, Saipan, CNMI. June 2002.
 Performed ASTM Phase I and
Limited Phase II subsurface investigation activities for Puerto Rico Power Plant including project
planning and methodology; site research and assessment; soil sampling; review/analysis of
analytical data; and report preparation including mitigation/remediation recommendations.
Clients:  Rolls Royce Power Ventures Ltd. and Pacific Marine & Industrial Corporation (PMIC).

Phase II Investigation for CUC Power Plants 1 & 2 sites (Lot No. 205 E 01), Lower Base,
Saipan, CNMI. May 2004.
Allied Pacific Environmental Consulting (APEC) was contracted by
Commonwealth Utilities Corporation (CUC) to conduct a Phase II Investigation for CUC Power
Plants 1 & 2 sites (Lot No. 205 E 01), Lower Base, Saipan, CNMI, to characterize the horizontal
and vertical extent of soil contamination in areas of concern.

Emergency Phase II Environmental Site Assessment, Mars Service Station, Colonia, Yap.  
October 2005.
Performed an Emergency Phase II Environmental Site Assessment in
accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials Standard E 1903 at the site of a
diesel and gas fuel release caused by a leaking above ground storage tank (AST) at a Mobil
gas station in Yap.  The purpose of the Emergency ESA was to provide an initial characterization
of the subject site based upon data obtained within 72 hours of the fuel release incident.  Duties
included sampling and analysis of soil contamination, delineation of extent of contaminants of
concern, and report preparation including mitigation and remediation recommendations.
Client:  Mobil Oil Micronesia, Inc.

Supplemental Site Investigation, Mars Service Station, Colonia, Yap.  March 2007. Performed
a follow up Phase II Environmental Site Assessment in accordance with American Society for
Testing and Materials Standard E 1903 at the site of a diesel and gas fuel release caused by a
leaking underground storage tank (UST) at a Mobil gas station in Yap.  The purpose of the
Supplemental Site Investigation was to provide an updated characterization of the subject site
based upon data obtained 14 months after the fuel release incident. (APEC conducted the initial
Phase II investigation at the site of release in late 2005). Duties included sampling and analysis
of soil contamination, delineation of extent of contaminants of concern, and report preparation
including mitigation and remediation recommendations. Client:  Mobil Oil Micronesia, Inc.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Lot 7NEW Tract 2411, Santa Rita, Guam.  March
2007
. Conducted an ASTM Phase I investigation in accordance with American Society for
Testing and Materials Standard E 1527-05 for an unused property being considered for
purchase by the client. Client:  Jortberg Properties LLC.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Lot 5148-REM EAST R-2, Route 10a, Tamuning,
Guam.  May 2006.
Conducted an ASTM Phase I investigation in accordance with American
Society for Testing and Materials Standard E 1527-05 for an unused property being considered
by The Home Depot as a store location. Guam Client:  Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan LLP,
representatives for The Home Depot.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Lot 2027, Tamuning, Guam.  June 2006. Performed
ASTM Phase I investigation in accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials
Standard E 1527-00 for a property in Tamuning, Guam. Client:  Carlsmith Ball, LLP.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Lots 5166 (multiple parts), Harmon Industrial Park,
Guam.  March 2006.
Performed ASTM Phase I investigation in accordance with American
Society for Testing and Materials Standard E 1527-00 for a property in Harmon Industrial Park,
Guam. Client:  Carlsmith Ball, LLP.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Lot 1148-R2, Barrigada, Guam. October 2005.
Conducted a Phase I investigation in accordance with American Society for Testing and
Materials Standard E 1527-00 of Lot 1148-R2, Barrigada, Guam. Work carried out during the
ESA included reconnaissance of the subject and adjoining properties, personal interviews, and
review of historical records and regulatory databases in an effort to identify evidence of
recognized environmental conditions that may impact the property. Client: Harvest Baptist
Church.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Hotel Nikko Guam, Tumon, Guam:  August 2005.
Performed ASTM Phase I investigation in accordance with American Society for Testing and
Materials Standard E 1527-00 for the Hotel Nikko Guam in Tumon, Guam. Client: Ishin Hotels
Group and Taniguchi Ruth Makio Architects.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Guam Reef Hotel, Tumon, Guam. March 2005.
Performed ASTM Phase I investigation in accordance with American Society for Testing and
Materials Standard E 1527-00 for the Guam Reef Hotel, Tumon, Guam. Client:  Civille & Tang
PLLC.

Hazardous Waste Site Investigation, Lot No. 5235-6 Dededo, Guam.  March 2005.  Performed
a hazardous waste site assessment for a 8,550 sq. meter parcel of land (Lot No. 5235-6)
located in Dededo, Guam, in accordance with American Society for Testing and Materials
Standard E 1903.  Duties included sampling & analysis of soil for metals, heavy metals and
petroleum hydrocarbons as motor oil, diesel and gasoline.  A summary of findings report was
prepared at the conclusion of the investigation.  Client:  C.L. Taitano, P.C.

Hazardous Waste Site Investigation, Dededo, Guam: Performed a hazardous waste site
assessment for a parcel of land located on Harmon Loop Road, Dededo, Guam, in accordance
with American Society for Testing and Materials Standard E 1903. The purpose of the
investigation was to determine environmental impacts to the property associated with
uncontrolled disposal of debris. Activities included site inspection, soil sampling and analysis,
and report production. Client: D. Hernandez (Landowner's Representative).

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment, Lot 5075 Part-1, Dededo (Upper Tumon), Guam.  
August 2004.
Performed ASTM Phase I investigation in accordance with American Society for
Testing and Materials Standard E 1527-00 for Biscoe Property in Dededo, Guam. Client:  Biscoe
Investments.

Phase II Limited Environmental Baseline Investigation Lot No. 5075 Part-1, Dededo (Upper
Tumon), Guam. October 2003.
 Conducted a Phase II Site Assessment of Lot No. 5075 Part-1.  
The investigation consisted of expansive site reconnaissance, detailed written and photo
documentation, interviews with onsite and off site personnel related to the geographic area,
report production, and sampling, handling, shipping and analysis of petroleum contaminated
soil. Client:  Maeda Pacific Corp., Guam.

Phase II Environmental Baseline Investigation of Lot 10070-A-3-R3, 1610A Kyn Josen Juana,
Dededo, Guam. April 2003.
 As a result of previous Phase I site assessment findings APEC
performed a Phase II Environmental Baseline Investigation (EBI) of a 17,000 square feet parcel
of land located in Dededo, Guam, in accordance with American Society for Testing and
Materials Standard E 1903.  Duties included sampling & analysis of construction debris and
soil for asbestos and lead containing materials, metals, heavy metals associated with improper
disposal of ~300 lead acid batteries, and Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons as Oil and Grease.  An
EBI summary of findings report was prepared at the conclusion of the investigation. Client:
United States Department of Agriculture.  

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment of Lot 10070-A-3-R3, 1610A Kyn Josen Juana,
Dededo, Guam. December 2002.
 Performed a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (ESA)
of a parcel of land located in Dededo, Guam, in accordance with American Society for Testing
and Materials Standard E 1527-97.  Duties included reconnaissance of the subject and
adjacent properties, interviews, and review of historical records and regulatory databases, and
the preparation of an environmental investigation report. Client: United States Department of
Agriculture.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Lot Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, Block 4, Tract 259
Municipality of Tamuning, Guam.  April 2002.
 Conducted a Phase I Site Assessment of several
commercial lots.  The investigation consisted of expansive site reconnaissance, detailed written
and photo documentation, interviews with onsite and off site personnel related to the
geographic area, and report production. Client:  Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Lot No. 101-4B-2 Mongmong-Toto-Maite, Guam:
Performed an environmental investigation of the subject property on behalf of the Hong Kong
and Shanghai Bank. Responsibilities included: researching past property use; site inspection
for regulated substances; review of historical records and regulatory databases;
hydrogeological investigation; above and underground storage tank presence indications;
regulatory agency liaison; and report preparation. Client: Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking
Corporation.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment and Phase II Limited Environmental Baseline
Investigation Lot No. 2438-1NEW, Mangilao, Guam:
Performed a Phase I Environmental Site
Assessment (ESA) and a Phase II Limited Environmental Baseline Investigation of a 7,900
square feet parcel of land located in Mangilao, Guam, in accordance with American Society for
Testing and Materials Standards E 1527 and E 1903. Phase I duties included reconnaissance
of the subject and adjacent properties, interviews, review of historical records and regulatory
databases and report preparation. Phase II duties included sampling & analysis of soil for
metals, heavy metals and petroleum hydrocarbons as motor oil, diesel and gasoline. An EBI
summary of findings report was prepared at the conclusion of the investigation. Client: Mobil Oil
Guam, Inc.

Phase I and Phase II Site Investigations for Financial Institutions for the Determination of
Potential Environmental Liability in Association with Real Property Transactions:
Performed
environmental investigations and risk assessments on behalf of real property owners and
prospective lenders.  Responsibilities included: researching past property usage's; site
inspections for regulated substances, regulatory compliance; hydrogeological investigations;
soil surface, and groundwater sampling; above and underground storage tank investigation and
removal supervision; regulatory agency liaison; and the preparation of environmental audit
reports.


Planning / Permitting:

Air Emissions Permitting, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands: Oversight of air
emissions studies and permitting (EPA Clean Air Act Title V/40 CFR 51, Appendix W) for CNMI
CUC Power Plants I & II, Lower Base, Saipan; CUC Rota Power Plant, Songsong; PMIC Puerto
Rico Power Plant, Saipan; and Tan Holdings. Corp. garment factories, Lower Base, Saipan.  
Responsibilities included regulatory agency and facility coordination and planning; facility
inspection and inventory; air emissions modeling (APEC with Pacific Air and Environment);
emissions modeling report review/editing; and completion of all air permit application
documents (CNMI APC Regulations, 9 Com. Reg. 4861-4894).  Clients:  CNMI Commonwealth
Utilities Corp. (CUC), Pacific Marine & Industrial Corp. (PMIC), and Tan Holdings Corp.

Storm Water Monitoring Program (SWMP) and Automated Sampling Station Design for
Guam International Airport Authority:
Participated in the investigation for, design, construction
oversight, and operational troubleshooting of an automated storm water monitoring station.
Implementation of a storm water-monitoring program was a necessary step in obtaining a
NPDES permit for the airport authority.

Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plan (SPCCP) for Guam International Airport
Authority:
Participated in the preparation of a SPCCP for the Guam International Airport
Authority, a requirement for NPDES permitting.

EPCRA Title III Tier Two Facility Profiles Report, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana
Islands:
 Project management and oversight for a Tier Two reporting project involving the
training and coordinating of CNMI agency personnel including Emergency Management Office,
Division of Environmental Quality, Coastal Resources Management, and Fire Department.  
Agency personnel are trained in Tier Two reporting regulations and application to respective
CNMI facilities; facility follow-up and site visits; and resultant data input to NOEPA CAMEO
software program.  Project deliverables included production of EPCRA Title III Tier Two Facility
Profiles Report.  Client:  CNMI Emergency Management Office (EMO).

CNMI Tier Two Facility Profiles Annual Report: Provided project supervision for the Tier Two
annual report. The purpose of the annual Tier Two report is to provide state and local officials
and the public with specific information on hazardous chemicals present at qualifying facilities
during the preceding year. Client:  CNMI Emergency Management Office (EMO).

Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Plan (HMWMP), Commonwealth of the
Northern Mariana Islands:
 Project management and oversight for production of a HMWMP for
municipal utilities corporation facilities on Saipan, Tinian, and Rota, including power generation,
potable water production, wastewater production, laboratory, and related support facilities.  
HMWMP includes relevant management practices; federal and state regulations, labels, and
forms; and facility HM/HW.


Landfill Investigation and Closure:

Layon Landfill (proposed), Inarajan, Guam: Providing ground and surface water investigation
activities including groundwater monitoring drilling, construction and development oversite and
documentation.  Surface water monitoring point installation and documentation. Ground and
surface water sampling, shipping, analysis and documentation.  Pump testing.  Project
coordination and documentation. Client: Guam DPW subcontracted under TG Engineers, Inc.   
Ordot Landfill Closure Plan, Guam:  Project hydrogeologist. Conducted existing data review,
summary, and evaluation. Participated in the scoping and preliminary design of the site
assessment for determining closure design parameters. Client: Guam Department of Public
Works.

Ordot Landfill Expansion Feasibility Investigation, Guam: Participated in data acquisition,
review, and evaluation of hydrogeological information pertinent to four expansion alternatives.  
Client: Guam Department of Public Works.

Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Field Investigation Report, Guatali, Piti, Guam. October 1998:  
The purpose of the investigation was to evaluate the proposed site in relation to landfill siting
criteria specified in Guam's Solid Waste Rules and Regulations and in the Code of Federal
Regulations.  Specific areas of investigation included: fault proximity, geological stability,
wetlands, archeology and unexploded ordnance. Provided project scoping, coordination and
oversight for research, fieldwork and report writing. Client: Guam Department of Public Works.

Puerto Rico Dump Site Assessment, Saipan, CNMI:  Mr. Polevich was the local representative
and point of contact for the dump closure investigation and closure design entity, (Earth Tech,
Inc.), providing leachate sampling, 24 hour monitoring well pump test oversite, conducted
analytical groundwater sampling and a 36 hour tidal survey for the purpose of obtaining closure
design parameters for the solid waste disposal facility on the island of Saipan in the
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Field Investigation Report, Guatali, Piti, Guam. October 1998:  
The purpose of the investigation was to evaluate the proposed site in relation to landfill siting
criteria specified in Guam's Solid Waste Rules and Regulations and in the Code of Federal
Regulations.  Specific areas of investigation included: fault proximity, geological stability,
wetlands, archeology and unexploded ordnance. Provided project scoping, coordination and
oversight for research, fieldwork and report writing. Client: Guam Department of Public Works.

Environmental Impact Assessment for Proposed Aimeliik Landfill, Babeldaub, Palau:  APEC
and Winzler and Kelley Consulting Engineers teamed to complete this project. Mr. Polevich
coordinated and managed efforts on behalf of subcontractors to APEC conducting
archeological, wetlands, biological and cultural surveys for the proposed Aimeliik Landfill.  In
addition Mr. Polevich supervised hydrogeological and geotechnical field work. Client: National
Government of the Republic of Palau Bureau of Public Works.

Environmental Impact Statement for a New MSW Landfill on Guam. December 1995:
Hydrogeologist and project coordinator for the investigation, assessment, and relative rating of
three potential MSW landfill sites on Guam.  NEPA criteria, Title 40, Part 258 Subtitle D siting
regulations, and local land use regulations were utilized. Client: Guam Department of Public
Works.

Ordot Landfill Closure Plan, Guam:  Project hydrogeologist. Conducted existing data review,
summary, and evaluation. Participated in the scoping and preliminary design of the site
assessment for determining closure design parameters. Client: Guam Department of Public
Works.

Ordot Landfill Expansion Feasibility Investigation, Guam: Participated in data acquisition,
review, and evaluation of hydrogeological information pertinent to four expansion alternatives.  
Client: Guam Department of Public Works.

Puerto Rico Dump Site Assessment, Saipan, CNMI:  Performed leachate sampling and a 24
hour pump test, conducted analytical groundwater sampling and a 36 hour tidal survey for the
purpose of obtaining closure design parameters for the only solid waste disposal facility on the
island of Saipan in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

United States Navy, Comprehensive Long -Term Environmental Action, Navy Clean II, CTO
0017, Tiyan, Guam, Tiyan Landfill Closure:
 Mr. Polevich was the local representative and point
of contact for the military dump closure investigator and closure design  entity (Earth Tech, Inc.),
providing daily site visits, activities, equipment and materials reporting during landfill closure
construction activites.. This property falls under the Navy Base Realignment and Closure
Program (BRAC). The purpose of the investigation was to determine if the property falls within
the Navy's Finding of Suitability (FOST) to transfer by deed requirements. Participated in
historical research, geophysical survey, passive soil vapor survey, trenching and soil sampling,
surface debris mapping, background hydrological and geological research and project
coordination.

United States Navy, Comprehensive Long -Term Environmental Action, Navy Clean II, CTO
0017, Tiyan, Guam, Tiyan Landfill Site Investigation:
 Mr. Polevich was the local representative
and point of contact for Earth Tech, Inc., providing field activities services including groundwater
monitoring well and gas well sampling, required documentation, shipping and tracking. This
property falls under the Navy Base Realignment and Closure Program (BRAC). The purpose of
the investigation was to determine if the property falls within the Navy's Finding of Suitability
(FOST) to transfer by deed requirements. Participated in historical research, geophysical survey,
passive soil vapor survey, trenching and soil sampling, surface debris mapping, background
hydrological and geological research and project coordination.

Puerto Rico Dump Site Assessment, Saipan, CNMI:  Performed leachate sampling and a 24
hour pump test, conducted analytical groundwater sampling and a 36 hour tidal survey for the
purpose of obtaining closure design parameters for the only solid waste disposal facility on the
island of Saipan in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.

Environmental Impact Assessment for Proposed Aimeliik Landfill, Babeldaub, Palau:  APEC
and Winzler and Kelley Consulting Engineers teamed to complete this project. Mr. Polevich
coordinated and managed efforts on behalf of subcontractors to APEC conducting
archeological, wetlands, biological and cultural surveys for the proposed Aimeliik Landfill.  In
addition Mr. Polevich supervised hydrogeological and geotechnical field work. Client: National
Government of the Republic of Palau Bureau of Public Works.

Environmental Impact Statement for a New MSW Landfill on Guam. December 1995:
Hydrogeologist and project coordinator for the investigation, assessment, and relative rating of
three potential MSW landfill sites on Guam.  NEPA criteria, Title 40, Part 258 Subtitle D siting
regulations, and local land use regulations were utilized. Client: Guam Department of Public
Works.

United States Navy, Comprehensive Long -Term Environmental Action, Navy Clean II, CTO 65,
NCTAMS Former Barrigada Disposal Area, Guam:
 Mr. Polevich was the local representative
and point of contact for Earth Tech, Inc., the contractor performing an Abbreviated Remedial
Investigation of four sites identified through prior research as potential areas of environmental
contamination resulting from past solid waste disposal practices. These properties fall under
the Navy Base Realignment and Closure Program (BRAC). The purpose of the investigation
was to determine if the property falls within the Navy's Finding of Suitability (FOST) to transfer by
deed requirements. Participated in historical research, geophysical survey, passive soil vapor
survey, trenching and soil sampling, surface debris mapping, background hydrological and
geological research and project coordination.  


Subsurface Investigation/Remediation:

Remedial Groundwater Investigation at the Former Exxon Service Station, Chalan Pago,
Guam:
Performance of oversight of investigation, characterization, monitoring and remediation
of groundwater contamination resulting from to a leaking underground petroleum storage tank.
Activities include: weekly sampling and water level measurements of 15 monitoring wells;
oversight of the installation and operation of remedial systems including air stripping, soil vapor
extraction, product recovery and air sparging. Designed and conducted a tidal influence survey.
Conducted a three well, 72-hour pump test. Daily communication with regulatory agencies and
Exxon representatives, oversight of operations, coordination of surveying, permitting, materials
procurement and other related activities. Client:  ExxonMobil International Holdings, Inc.

Remedial Groundwater Investigation at the Saipan International Airport, Commonwealth of
the Northern Marianas Islands (CNMI):
Conducted large-scale subsurface investigation to
determine the vertical and horizontal extent of contamination resulting from the release of
approximately 6000 gallons of Jet-A fuel within the vicinity of 40 public supply wells. Activities
included: hollow-stem auger drilling, split-spoon sampling, lithologic characterization of the site
and surrounding area, regional groundwater potentiometric surface modeling, contaminant fate
transport modeling, monitoring well site selection, drilling, construction, and sampling, weekly
supply well sampling, design and construction of soil vapor extraction remediation system,
communication with regulatory agencies and CPA representatives, oversight of operations,
coordination of surveying, permitting, materials procurement and other related activities. Client:
Commonwealth Port Authority, CNMI.

AAFB Tumon Tank Farm Guam, Environmental Services and Support of Demolition of Seven
2.2 Million Gallon Aviation Fuel Storage Tanks:
 The project required environmental support
services in association with tank demolition activities. Responsibilities included general
oversight, regulatory interpretation and guidance, and planning and preparation. Activities were
performed under contract to Serrano Construction and Development, a primary contractor for
Andersen Air Force Base. Special circumstances included heavy equipment operations,
confined-space entry considerations, and sampling and analysis requirements.  

Remedial Subsurface Investigation, Jet A1 Fuel Release, Andersen Air Force Base, Guam:  
Oversight of the investigation, characterization, monitoring and remediation of subsurface
contamination resulting from the release of 2000 gallons of jet fuel from a severed underground
fuel pipeline.  Activities include: oversight of the installation of passive soil venting wells in
combination with the application of Oxygen Releasing Compound, as an alternative remediation
strategy. Responsibilities included communication with regulatory agencies, contractors and Air
Force representatives, oversight of operations, coordination of surveying, permitting, materials
procurement and other related activities.  Client: Nova Group, Inc.

Commonwealth Ports Authority Saipan International Airport Incinerator and Operations
Facilities Soil and Subsurface Investigation Report:
 APEC investigated soil contamination at
the Saipan International Airport as part of a response to a Unilateral Administrative Order (UAO)
issued to the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Commonwealth Ports Authority
(CPA) by the USEPA.  The report documents several areas of concern at the site, and provides
recommendations for both remediation activities and further investigation needed at the site.
Client: Commonwealth Ports Authority, Saipan, CNMI.

Commonwealth Ports Authority Saipan International Airport Incinerator and Operations
Facilities Soil Remediation Work Plan:
 APEC created a soil remediation work plan for the
Commonwealth Ports Authority (CPA) as part of a response to a Unilateral Administrative Order
(UAO) issued to CPA by the USEPA. This work plan outlines soil remediation objectives and
remediation goals, delineates required soil remediation locations, and establishes remediation
methods to be used during soil remediation activities.  Completion of the actions described in
this Work Plan will satisfy the final requirement of Paragraph 50/51 of the Unilateral
Administrative Order.  Client: Commonwealth Ports Authority, Saipan, CNMI.

Remedial Subsurface Investigation at Waste Oil LUST Removal Site, Former Dededo Mobil
Service Station, Dededo, Guam:
 Conducted an investigation to determine the vertical and areal
extent of contamination at the site of a former waste oil LUST. The Guam Environmental
Protection Agency approved site closure.

Garapan Mobil Service Station Duplicate Sample Forensic Investigation, Garapan, Saipan,
CNMI:
 Obtained duplicate water samples from previous subsurface investigation and
forwarded them to a laboratory specialized in forensic petroleum sample analyses.  Reviewed
site history, related environmental reports and correspondences, and forensic petroleum
contaminated sample analytical results.  Provided client with possible scenarios, which could
have resulted in current site conditions based upon interpretation of forensic and historical data.

Subsurface Investigation, Guam Reef Hotel, Tumon, Guam: Performed subsurface
investigation, including the collection and analysis of soil samples for the purpose of obtaining
regulatory approval for closure of a former LUST site.  Client: Mobil Oil, Guam.


Groundwater Investigation

Hydrologic Advisor to the Governor’s Water Task Force, Saipan, CNMI, 2006 to Present:
Providing technical advise, research, data management and project management to facilitate
the optimization of  groundwater production and distribution for the island of Saipan.  Client:
Governor’s Office, Saipan, MP.

Reverse Osmosis (RO) Effluent Disposal Alternatives Investigation, and RO Injection Well
Design, Drilling and Completion, Saipan, CNMI:
 Provided project management and oversight
for research, coordination, and report writing/editing for evaluation of selection and planning of
alternative solutions for reverse osmosis (RO) effluent disposal at 6 major Saipan facilities.  
Investigation researched and analyzed RO supply well data including:  product water, brine,
backwash fluid quantities, flow rates, chemical parameters, and site geological and
hydrogeological parameters.  RO effluent disposal alternatives included pretreatment, ocean
outfall, constructed wetlands, horizontal and vertical injection wells, and no action.  Data was
analyzed relative to potential impacts to lagoon and groundwater quality, regulatory and legal
issues, technical feasibility, and economic feasibility.  Performed subsequent oversight for
injection well drilling, including logs and cutting samples, aquifer testing, and well completion.  
Clients:  Hafadai Beach Hotel, Dai Ichi Hotel, Hyatt Hotel, Aqua Resort Club, Nikko Hotel, Saipan
Ice & Water Company.

Installation of Harmon Groundwater Monitoring Wells: Provided project management and
oversight for the construction of five monitoring wells in Harmon, Guam.  Responsibilities
included: driller selection and contracting, site selection, project scheduling and coordination,
supervision of drilling, lithological and hydrogeological evaluation, well design, well construction
and completion subsequent water sampling for analyses. Client: Guam Environmental
Protection Agency.

Production Well Pump Test Data Interpretation: Evaluation of pump test data from numerous
Navy owned and operated production wells on Guam.  Determined extent of tidal flux effect on
pump test data. Client: Core Tech International  

Groundwater Potentiometric Surface Investigation Kagman, Saipan, CNMI:  Conducted a
groundwater potentiometric surface investigation in Kagman, Saipan on behalf of Shell Guam,
Inc. to determine the direction of groundwater gradients in the vicinity of a proposed service
station.  Client: Shell Oil Guam Inc.

Preliminary Groundwater Resource Investigation, Island of Tinian, CNMI: Project
hydrogeologist for the investigation of existing and potentially exploitable groundwater
resources on the island of Tinian.  Water sampling and analyses were conducted for the
existing potable water distribution system.

Water Resource Investigation and Development, Tinian, CNMI: Project hydrogeologist.  Current
and projected water demand models were researched and developed.  Historical military water
use records were used in conjunction with current pump test data and water use records to
develop and design parameters for a replacement skimming well and the redevelopment of
several abandoned military wells.

Infiltration Well and Pumping Station Siting and Design, Marpo, Tinian, CNMI: Project
hydrogeologist for the siting and design of a new skimming well and pump station to replace
the existing fifty year old U.S. Navy Seabees-built 1 MGD Facility.

Water Resource Investigation and Development Plan for Golf Course, Talafofo, and Guam:
Hydrogeological investigation for a proposed 120-acre golf course.  The project included water
demand modeling, pump testing, well siting, design and permitting, water quality analysis, and
the development of a groundwater management and protection program.

Well and Pump House Design for the Tinian International Airport Project: Project
hydrogeologist for the redevelopment of an abandoned military well and new pump house
design for the Tinian International Airport facility. Client: Commonwealth Port Authority, CNMI.

Puerto Rico Dump Site Assessment, Saipan, CNMI:  Performed leachate sampling and a 24
hour pump test, conducted analytical groundwater sampling and a 36 hour tidal survey for the
purpose of obtaining closure design parameters for the only solid waste disposal facility on the
island of Saipan in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Client: Earth Tech
Inc/CNMI DPW.

Saipan Lagoon Groundwater Discharge Investigation: Designed, and coordinated the
investigation of groundwater discharge to the Saipan Lagoon. Types, locations, quantities and
chemical characteristics of discharge were measured and documented.  . Client: CNMI DEQ.   

United States Navy, Comprehensive Long -Term Environmental Action, Navy Clean II, CTO 65,
NCTAMS Former Barrigada Disposal Area, Guam:
 Mr. Polevich was the local representative
and point of contact for Earth Tech, Inc., the contractor performing an Abbreviated Remedial
Investigation of four sites identified through prior research as potential areas of environmental
contamination resulting from past solid waste disposal practices. These properties fall under
the Navy Base Realignment and Closure Program (BRAC). The purpose of the investigation
was to determine if the property falls within the Navy's Finding of Suitability (FOST) to transfer by
deed requirements. Participated in historical research, geophysical survey, passive soil vapor
survey, trenching and soil sampling, surface debris mapping, background hydrological and
geological research and project coordination.  

United States Navy, Comprehensive Long -Term Environmental Action, Navy Clean II, CTO 45,
Agana Power Plant, Mongmong, Guam:
 Mr. Polevich was the local representative and point of
contact for Earth Tech, Inc., the contractor performing an Abbreviated Remedial Investigation of
the former Navy power plant. This property falls under the Navy Base Realignment and Closure
Program (BRAC). The purpose of the investigation was to determine if the property fell within the
Navy's Finding of Suitability (FOST) to transfer by deed requirements. Participated in historical
research, soil and tissue sampling, sample handling and shipping, Navy and local agency
interaction, property ownership research, public meetings, remediation activity oversight,
planning and project coordination.

United States Navy, Comprehensive Long -Term Environmental Action, Navy Clean II, CTO 47,
Plating Shop Leach Field Removal Action, Former Naval Ship Repair Facility, Guam:
Mr.
Polevich was the local representative and point of contact for Earth Tech, Inc., the contractor
performing a non- time critical removal action (removal of metal contaminated soil) at the former
Navy Plating and Battery Shop. This property falls under the Navy Base Realignment and
Closure Program (BRAC). The purpose of the investigation is to determine if the property falls
within the Navy's Finding of Suitability (FOST) to transfer by deed requirements.  Conducted
remediation oversight to ensure compliance with approved work plan and applicable
regulations.

United States Navy, Comprehensive Long -Term Environmental Action, Navy Clean II, CTO 25,
Harmon Annex Print Shop Leach Field, Harmon, Guam:
Mr. Polevich was the local
representative and point of contact for Earth Tech, Inc., the contractor performing a non time
critical removal action (removal of metal contaminated soil) at the former Navy Plating and
Battery Shop. This property falls under the Navy Base Realignment and Closure Program
(BRAC). The purpose of the investigation is to determine if the property falls within the Navy's
Finding of Suitability (FOST) to Transfer by deed requirements. Conducted research on the
background levels of metals in Guam soils and researched background information for risk
assessment.  Performed over-site of remedial activities including soil and leach-field removal,
stockpiling, sampling, manifesting and containerization for transportation.


Master Planning:

Master Plan for the island of Rota, CNMI: Project hydrogeologist for the Rota Master Plan.  
Existing groundwater resources and hydrogeological conditions were researched from existing
data and site reconnaissance.  Existing and projected water demand models were developed.  
Potential water resource development scenarios were analyzed.

Tinian Harbor Master Plan, CNMI: Project manager.  Master plan development for the over fifty
year old, U.S. Navy Seabees-built, Tinian Harbor.  Development scenarios were used to project
potential recreation, cargo, passenger, and vessel use. Coastal engineering studies were
performed.  Improvements were prioritized.  Cost analyses were integrated with potential
designs. Client: Commonwealth Port Authority, CNMI.



Professional Affiliations
Water Development Research Fund Committee Member, Guam
Guam Seismic Advisory Council Member
American Water Works Association Member
National Groundwater Association Member

Professional Certification  
40-Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Training, 1998.
8-Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Health and Safety Supervisor Training. 1998.
8 Hour OSHA HAZWOPER Refresher Training, 1999-Present.
AHERA Contractor/Supervisor Asbestos Abatement Training, 40 hour, 2000.
AHERA Contractor/Supervisor Asbestos Abatement Training, 8-hour refresher, 2001 - 2008.
AHERA Asbestos Abatement Inspector Training, 24 hour, 2004.
Mold Inspection and Abatement Training, 24 hour, 2004.