For over the past 25 years, Mr. Wozmak has been a consultant and educator on the procedures and methods for investigating and remediating environmental media contamination caused by releases of hazardous substances and petroleum products under both federal and state environmental regulations. Mr. Wozmak has conducted and managed numerous hydrogeologic, hazardous waste investigation, and corrective action programs in the United States encompassing source delineation and characterization; ground water flow and dissolved contaminant fate and transport modeling; evaluation of impacts and risk to human and environmental receptors; evaluation, design, and operation of remedial technologies; and state and federal environmental regulatory compliance.  As part of these programs, Mr. Wozmak has conducted and supervised field activities including boring and monitoring well installation activities; soil, soil vapor, sediment, surface water, ground water, and indoor air sampling; and various techniques and procedures to estimate the fate and transport of contaminants in the environment. Mr. Wozmak has performed these activities for industry as well as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) as part of Technical Enforcement Support (TES) contracts.

Mr. Wozmak has also performed litigation support activities and provided expert testimony for cases involving building and environmental media contamination, fate and transport of dissolve- phase organic compounds in ground water, subsurface transport of non-aqueous phase liquids (NAPLs) such as petroleum products and solvents in soil and ground water, and ground water and soil remediation.


M.S., Northeastern University, 1989.  Environmental Engineering – Water Resources
B.S., University of New Hampshire, 1981. Hydrology


Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional
Connecticut Licensed Environmental Professional
Professional Engineer:  New Hampshire, Massachusetts
Professional Hydrologist (Ground Water), American Institute of Hydrology


Presented “2003 Buzzards Bay Oil Spill; History and Cleanup under the MCP”, University of Massachusetts, 25th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water and Energy, 2009.

Poster Presentation “The Application of the Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional Program During a Marine Oil Spill Response”, International Oil Spill Conference, Savannah GA, 2008.

Authored “Indoor Air Contamination Evaluation : A Weight of Evidence Approach”, Morrison Mahoney, LLP Environmental Law and Policy, Summer 2006.

Authored “Apparent vs. Actual LNAPL Thickness : Is Your Release as Bad as it Appears?” , Morrison Mahoney, LLP Environmental Law and Policy, July 2003.

Presented “Decoding Site Investigation Reports”, Toxics Action Center Conference, 2001.

Presented “Use of Risk Characterization and Activity and Use Limitations in Site Closure”, University of Massachusetts Annual Soils Conference, 1998.

Presented “New Hampshire Reimbursement Program Requirements for Petroleum Releases” to Sunapee Board of Realtors, April 1996.

“Soiliner Model – Documentation and User’s Guide (Version 1),” prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste, Washington, D.C.  Contract No.‚68016871, Assignment No. 48.  Coauthored with Russell A. Johnson and Eric S. Wood, April 1986.

“The Potable Water Well Field Protection Program for Broward County, Florida,” coauthored with Thomas D. Walker and Mary ‚M. Johnson, Water Resources Management Division, December 1983.

A complete resume summarizing Mr. Wozmak’s experience can be furnished upon request