Environmental Due Diligence and Liability Assessments
Multi-media Site Investigations and Remediation in Complex Geological Setting
Innovative Site Closure and Exit Strategies including Performance-Based Remediation
Litigation Support and Expert Services
M.Eng., Environmental Engineering - Stevens Institute of Technology
B.Tech., Civil Engineering - Indian Institute of Technology
Mr. Khan is a New Jersey Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP) and a registered Professional Engineer with over 23 years in environmental due diligence; environmental liability assessments and cost estimation; environmental compliance auditing; drinking water quality assessments; vapor intrusion investigation and mitigation; and multi-media remedial investigations, including forensic studies, feasibility and treatability studies, settlement negotiations and litigation services; and design and implementation of cost-effective and innovative remedial technologies under RCRA, TSCA, CERCLA, NJ ISRA, NJ Spill Act, NY State BCP, NY State VCP, and other State regulatory, voluntary, and Brownfields cleanup programs. Mr. Khan, who holds a M.Eng. in Environmental Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology, is currently a Principal Engineer for Roux. As an LSRP, Mr. Khan has been responsible for technical direction and regulatory compliance of more than 50 commercial and industrial sites in every stage of investigation and remediation in New Jersey. As the lead remedial engineer, Mr. Khan has worked on numerous large-scale remedial engineering projects, including multiple Superfund, MGP, and dry cleaners sites across the country. At these sites, he has developed innovative site closure and/or exit strategies, including performance-based remediation for a multitude of multi-million-dollar projects in complex geologic settings to address a variety of contaminants, including recalcitrant and emerging contaminants such as 1,4-dioxane, chlorobenzenes, MTBE/TBA, hexavalent chromium, and perchlorate. In addition, Mr. Khan has worked on numerous international site assessment, environmental investigation, and remediation projects located in Australia, Bulgaria, Spain, Bangladesh, Canada, Puerto Rico, Brazil, China, and Singapore.
Provided expert and litigation support for a lawsuit filed against more than two dozen defendants, including manufacturers, distributors, and retailers of perchloroethylene or PERC. The cost recovery action was filed by one of the largest public drinking water system suppliers in New York who sought damages for PCE contamination of more than 200 drinking water wells. This project involved a review of documents and preparation of a report regarding the relative contribution of defendant parties.
As the consulting expert, provided litigation support and prepared environmental Expert Report for a Civil Action lawsuit that involved groundwater and vapor exposures to chlorinated solvents in fractured bedrock, emanating from an adjacent industrial site. Careful review and additional investigation conducted on behalf of the Plaintiff identified additional exposure pathways and a new emerging mobile contaminant (1,4-dioxane) that was not previously identified by the defendant and was not being addressed by ongoing treatment by the existing pump and treat system. Participated in court-appointed mediation as an expert and negotiated settlement terms.
Consulting expert and fact witness for an insurance matter involving a class action suit against a Fortune-500 client for groundwater contamination at a former chemical manufacturing facility in New Jersey that was remediated using Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH) and Dual Phase Extraction (DPE). Provided sworn deposition.
As the LSRP, provided mediation support for over a $200 million-dollar insurance claim at several Manufactured Gas Plant (MGP) sites in New Jersey. Prepared an independent estimate of alternative remedial actions for use in settlement discussions. Participated in settlement discussions and presented alternative remedial approaches for each site. The claim was settled for less than $150 million.