Leadership Team

Our Leadership Team

Demonstrating an Extensive Depth and Diversity of Experience

Victoria Reed

Victoria Reed

Director, Real Estate Services
Craig Gorczyca, CHMM

Craig Gorczyca, CHMM

Director, Regulatory Compliance & Waste Management Services
Robert M. Fry, PG, LSRP

Robert M. Fry, PG, LSRP

Senior Project Manager
David Fullmer

David Fullmer

Director, Remediation Services
Donald A. Smith, PG

Donald A. Smith, PG

Director, Remedial Action & Hydrogeologic Services
Frank Rooney, LSRP

Frank Rooney, LSRP

Project Manager / LSRP
Mindy S. Chaturgan, PG

Mindy S. Chaturgan, PG

Project Manager

Working at EWMA

Founded in 1987, EWMA has grown to become one of the premier environmental remediation and consulting firms in New Jersey. EWMA is an employee owned company with a technical staff of 40 scientists, engineers, and technicians. EWMA is a strong client advocate with comprehensive service offerings which extend to indoor and outdoor environments and include all media.

Our knowledgeable and experienced team is dedicated to providing cost effective, creative solutions to meet your business objectives. We offer a collaborative team environment with the opportunity to follow a project from start to finish while learning and growing professionally.

  • Mindy S. Chaturgan, PG

    Mindy S. Chaturgan, PG

    I spent nearly 11 years at a large international full service engineering firm. I gained a lot of experience but eventually hit the glass ceiling in my progression path, and decided to branch out with a smaller, yet well-established company. EWMA has offered me a greater career potential and a sense of job fulfillment. Here at EWMA you work closely with your managers and support staff. Your ideas on the direction of a project is not over looked, but instead openly discussed. There is something to be said about a small company; there is something greater to be said about EWMA – it’s a place where tools are in place for advancement, career development and growth.

  • David Fullmer

    David Fullmer

    As a fairly new employee in the environmental consulting world, I began my career with EWMA back in 2007. The solid foundation to grow my career professionally was set very early on with the help of many of my colleagues. I’ve had several great mentors during my 7+ years here and now have taken the knowledge provided and used it to manage my own set of projects, which include full-scale industrial and commercial cleanups. I see myself continuing to grow professionally within this firm for years to come and I’m excited for the future.

  • Craig Gorczyca, CHMM

    Craig Gorczyca, CHMM

    What I like about working at EWMA is the variation with respect to the type of work I do every day. I can honestly say that in the 20 plus years I’ve worked here, no two days have been the same. Although at times, that can prove to be challenging, it keeps things fresh.

EWMA News

  • Advancing Complex Brownfields Redevelopment, Made Simple

    Decades of unregulated, uncontrolled and poor environmental practices have led to millions of acres of “brownfields” in the U.S., properties which must be properly remediated before they are repurposed or redeveloped. These properties come in all shapes and sizes, affected by a vast array of contaminants associated with industrial operations. What is a brownfield, and what makes it different from other types of contaminated sites?

  • When Co-Mingled Plumes Can Impact Your Project, CSIA May Be The Answer!

    By Michael Sylvester & Ed Sullivan

    It’s a frustrating scenario that plays out quite frequently in New Jersey: a routine development is challenged by other unknown groundwater contaminants discovered on the site. Whether the property was already undergoing an environmental cleanup or the contaminants are a total surprise, discovery of a groundwater plume can bring a smooth development process to a screeching halt. A routine project can be thrown into the throes of litigation, not to mention unexpected incurred expenses, in an instant.

  • Choosing the right partner to meet your ISRA obligations

    For nearly 40 years, New Jersey has relied on a set of rules known as the Industrial Site Recovery Act (ISRA) to ensure that industrial properties with potential contaminant exposure are safely transferred or closed. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) requires any qualifying industrial property to follow ISRA regulations.

  • SRRA 2.0 Ushers In New Changes For Remediation in NJ

    What’s changed?

    Passed in 2009, the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) brought major changes to how New Jersey’s contaminated properties are cleaned up and deemed fit for future development. Now, the legislation has received its first overhaul, with the recent signing of S-3862/A-5293, known colloquially as “SRRA 2.0.” This legislation revisits many of the required processes of identifying, reporting, remediating, and maintaining cleaned sites, working out multiple kinks that have been grappled with in New Jersey’s Site Remediation Program since the legislation was enacted.

  • EWMA Readies For Environmental Remediation Changes Set Out In SRRA 2.0

    EWMA’s SECUR-IT® guaranteed fixed-price remediation program supports real estate short-term and long-term needs

    PARSIPPANY, N.J. – August 27, 2019 – Comprehensive updates to New Jersey’s 2009 Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA), signed into law on August 23, will impact how thousands of properties in the state are remediated and redeveloped.

EWMA Events

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100 Misty Lane
P.O. Box 5430
Parsippany, NJ 07054

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Toll Free 800-969-3159
Phone 973-560-1400

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