"Building trust with clients as we solve problems together has been a very rewarding experience for me. I think that our clients are delighted when I introduce them to the width and breadth of GZA’s experience."
Marc Hudock has been working in GZA’s Northern New Jersey office since 2006. He holds a Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) license in New Jersey, and is responsible for numerous active and inactive industrial facilities that are undergoing environmental investigation and remediation. He has a corporate-wide role as GZA’s industrial sector lead.
Mr. Hudock has experience working with many contaminants in soil, groundwater, and vapor, including: chlorinated hydrocarbons, 1,4-dioxane, petroleum, chromate ore processing residue (COPR), and other heavy metals. He has considerable experience working with PCBs and the regulations that govern them, the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). Additionally, he also has developed a niche specialty dealing with PCBs in coatings and paint.
In 2013, the Chemistry Council of New Jersey conferred the Merit Award for Environmental and Regulatory Affairs, based on Mr. Hudock’s activities in and on behalf of New Jersey’s chemistry industry.
Prior to working in the environmental industry, Mr. Hudock worked as a field geologist in the bituminous coal mining industry.