PPM Consultants has hired Greg Sattler, P.E. as a senior engineer in the Altamonte Springs office. Sattler brings with him more than 13 years of experience in management and environmental remediation across Florida.
Sattler has extensive experience with Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) and remediation activities. He has served as project engineer on over forty sites across Florida where he achieved groundwater target cleanup levels at 16 sites and No Further Action (NFA) designation at five sites. Sattler also served on the management team of a 240,000-acre site in active remediation.
District Manager Amy Guilfoyle said, “We are excited to bring Greg on board. His past experience on the industrial side of environmental compliance affords our team a broadened base of expertise to offer our clients. We are really looking forward to the work Greg will do here and the perspective he brings to the table.”
Sattler grew up in upstate New York and was initially drawn to environmental engineering after witnessing the environmental repercussions of the Superfund disaster at Love Canal in the 1970s, as well as seeing the Times Beach environmental issues covered on television. He believes that having safe drinking water is a global issue, and that the aging infrastructure across the United States presents a challenge. Sattler is optimistic, however, and said that these challenges are “opportunities . . . to make a positive impact on communities.”
Sattler holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from the University of Central Florida. He is licensed as a professional engineer in the state of Florida.