Environmental Due Diligence
Soil and Groundwater Investigations
Delineation of Groundwater Flow Systems
Design and Implementation of Remedial Systems
Environmental Compliance Audits
M.A. Geology - Binghamton University
B.A. Geography - Clark University
Mr. Werle, Principal Hydrogeologist at Roux, has forty years of experience. His technical specialties include soil and groundwater investigations, delineation of groundwater flow systems, design and implementation of remedial systems, development of regulatory strategy and regulatory negotiations, environmental due diligence, and environmental compliance audits.
Expert witness for Wiley Rein & Fielding and Melito & Adolfsen, PC for Glidden Company v. Aetna Casualty & Surety Company, et al. Included preparation of expert report for three Glidden facilities and deposition testimony. Report and testimony related to timing and nature of contaminant releases and reasonability of past costs.
Claim evaluation for Mendes & Mount and London Market Insurers for Harsco Corporation facility in Fayetteville, New York. Evaluation related to insured’s contribution to contamination at a site with sequential ownership. Also, evaluation of timing of releases, and relative importance of various source areas.
Expert witness for Cuyler Burk, LLP in Selective Insurance Co. v. Parsippany-Troy Hills (Sharkey Landfill site). Included preparation of expert report related to the timing of contamination and the insured’s understanding of environmental conditions.
Claim evaluation for Mendes & Mount, LLP and London Market Insurers for five sites owned by Federal Pacific Electric Corp. and Cornell Dubilier Electric Company. The report evaluated sources of contamination, reasonability of past costs, and potential future costs.
Claim evaluation for Hardin, Kundla, McKeon, Polletto & Polifroni, and the Royal Insurance Company for two Mark IV Industries, Inc. (former Rexon Technology Corp.) facilities in New Jersey. The primary issues evaluated were sources of contamination relative to owned property concerns, critical review of past costs, and a projection of future costs.