Mr. Tolosko’s technical specialties include providing environmental consulting services and strategic planning to the real estate and petroleum-energy industries. Mr. Tolosko’s responsibilities involve developing, planning, and implementing closure strategies for Brownfields redevelopment and petroleum-energy projects. He has directed assessments and remediation projects at numerous service stations, terminals, pipeline facilities, former and active refineries, and manufacturing facilities, as well as Brownfields redevelopment projects. Mr. Tolosko has conducted real estate portfolio liability evaluations and pre-acquisition assessments and evaluations. He has directed numerous risk assessments used to guide and develop strategies to achieve regulatory closure using remedial alternatives or restricting/limiting certain future uses of sites. Mr. Tolosko has significant experience in managing and coordinating emergency response actions to spills at industrial and bulk petroleum/chemical facilities and transit systems.
As a Massachusetts Licensed Site Professional (LSP) and a New Hampshire Professional Geologist, Mr. Tolosko has closed several sites in the northeast including service stations, terminals, pipeline sites, industrial facilities, and rail yards. Mr. Tolosko is also a licensed Texas Professional Geoscientist and a Massachusetts Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator.
Arbitration case between two of the largest oil companies. Successfully represented my client in achieving a favorable decision and seven-figure financial award for a release of petroleum at the Site.
Represented an industrial chemical company in responding to and addressing complaints and consent orders from several federal and state regulatory agencies. Successfully negotiated significant reductions in penalties (six-figure reductions) and brought the facility and my client into compliance with multiple regulatory programs. Compliance activities included the development and training of new programs.