Bill Deutsch, Ph.D., Geochemistry Services LLC, is a groundwater geochemist with more than 30 years of experience. He’s been involved with all aspects of contamination characterization, fate and transport modeling, and remediation. Deutsch’s project experience includes environmental assessments and investigations of landfills, manufacturing plants, refineries, pesticide plants/distributorships, military bases, mines and mills, federal weapons facilities, and a wide variety of additional industrial sites. He’s also participated in remedial designs of sites contaminated with metals, radionuclides, pesticides, solvents, petroleum hydrocarbons, and ordnance compounds. Deutsch worked as a research scientist for 13 years at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and as a consultant for 22 years. In addition, he has instructed more 130 classes on groundwater geochemistry and geochemical modeling for professional organizations, federal/state agencies, and private companies. Deutsch is the author of Groundwater Geochemistry
published by CRC Press.