December Employee Spotlight

  Natalie spent the early part of her childhood in Venezuela before moving to Katy, Texas. She graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Geoscience with an emphasis on Human Impact on the Environment. Before pursuing a career in environmental science, Natalie studied film but quickly realized her passions lie in science, the environment, and making a positive impact in the world. During her time at A&M, Natalie participated in three very different internship opportunities: one at the EPA Headquarters in Washington; D.C., one at the Office of Sustainability at Texas A&M University; and one at Cheniere Energy, Inc. After graduating, Natalie came on to work with W&M Environmental and in less than a year, Natalie has worked on a wide variety of projects. As an Environmental Scientist I within the EHS Compliance Group in Houston, Texas, Natalie has worked on developing Spill Prevention Control
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Compliance Assistance for Chemical Producer

W&M has been working with this chemical company since 2007, assisting with regulatory compliance, particularly Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWP3), Tier II and Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) reporting, and waste handling and disposal.  Each year, W&M has helped at various Client Sites to provide support with stormwater (SWP3 inspections, best management practice (BMP) evaluation, spill cleanup procedures and cleanup material, pollution prevention and permit requirements), the preparation of Tier II and TRI reports for Client Sites, and has met more specific needs for each of the Sites.



On-going Annual Compliance Assistance

W&M has worked with this family of scrap metal facilities for approximately 9 years.  Scrap metal facilities are subject to Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) Industrial Stormwater permit, as well as a handful of other environmental regulations ranging from Emergency Planning Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Tier II reporting, air permitting, Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC), and non-hazardous waste generation.  Each year, W&M assists their facilities with Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3) assistance (inspections, best management practice (BMP)evaluation, analyzing data, annual reporting, etc.) and preparation of their Tier II reports, air permitting assistance and documentation (as needed), and technical assistance on various environmental projects throughout the year.





November Employee Spotlight

  Sophie Worrell is a native of Austin and graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Geology. In her free time, Sophie enjoys taking her dog to the lake as well as going to the movies. She prioritizes spending quality time with her friends and family and throughout her life has displayed her outstanding athletic abilities through playing soccer, as well as running track and cross country. While studying at UT, Sophie conducted a great number of geological studies across five U.S. states and worked as a Geomorphology Research Assistant – studying land processes taking place in Northern Africa. Soon after graduating, Sophie came on to W&M Environmental as a Staff Professional I. In less than 2 years at W&M, Sophie has contributed a great deal of value towards W&M’s remediation projects.  In her current Staff Scientist II role at W&M’s
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Meet W&M’s New Marketing Associate

W&M welcomes our newest team member, Lydia Gross! Lydia grew up in New Jersey and moved to Texas at the age of 12. While attending the University of Texas, Lydia worked as an undergraduate research assistant and provided data analysis in the realm of organizational psychology. After graduating from UT with a degree in sociology, Lydia wanted to explore the marketing field and worked in qualitative market research and brand development strategy. Now she is happy to take on the challenge on marketing for W&M! Lydia enjoys painting, being outdoors and biking, and taking her golden retriever, Jack, to the lake. She is a self-proclaimed professional eater and is always on the quest to find the spiciest dishes. Lydia particularly loves dramatic films and romcoms and you can often find her poring over Rotten Tomatoes reviews to guarantee her the most cathartic cry. Her dream vacation destinations are Thailand and
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It’s official – we’ve joined the Braun Intertec team!

W&M has combined forces with Braun Intertec and we are thrilled to start this new chapter together. Braun Intertec is a highly-respected firm that offers geotechnical engineering, environmental consulting, construction materials testing and a variety of other services from more than 30 offices around Texas and throughout the central United States.  Check out the press release here. We are excited to offer expanded services and technical resources that will work in conjunction with our environmental consulting. As an employee-owned company, Braun Intertec prizes building long-term client relationships and closely aligns with our values as well as our motto of “We Get Projects Done”. While our ownership has changed, our relationship with you will not. However, if you do have any questions about W&M and Braun Intertec, please do not hesitate to reach out.  








W&M Employee’s Clean UP Cooper Creek in Plano

In November, the W&M Plano office participated in the City of Plano Waterways cleanup.  The office chose Cooper Creek as their sponsored waterway to spiff up for the holidays.  This is an effort to help keep Plano clean and beautiful by organizing individuals and groups of all ages to participate in this year-round opportunity.  Being one of Plano’s Certified Green Businesses, W&M tackled this task with vigor, humor and fun! W&M’s managing partner, Gene Murray said, “We’ve done this a few times over the past few years.  It’s always an eye opener when you see how much these beautiful creeks get neglected.  I’m also very proud of our employees that gave up a Saturday morning to help clean up the community.”





Meet Our New Division Manager

W&M is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Foreman, CSP as Division Manager for our North Texas Industrial Division which includes personnel in our Ft. Worth and Dallas offices. Nick’s 11 years at W&M have given him valuable experience needed to take on this new position. In his most recent role as project manager, Nick has focused on environmental compliance services for clients in the industrial, manufacturing, and mining industries. After years of assisting with W&M’s internal safety training program, he recently became qualified as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP). He is ready for this new opportunity and challenge; saying “I’m really excited and honored for this opportunity. It means a lot that I can take on this next step of my career with the same company who hired me out of college. I have a great team and I am looking forward to the things we can accomplish together.”
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W&M Consultants Publish Peer Reviewed Article in the Remediation Journal

W&M Senior Consultant Jim Florey, PG, CPSS was the lead author of a peer-reviewed article that will be published in December’s edition of the Remediation Journal. W&M Principal Andy Adams, CHMM assisted as second author and Mr. Larry Michel as the study leader. The article is entitled: Reductive Dechlorination of a Chlorinated Solvent Plume in Houston, Texas.  The article focuses on W&M’s remediation of a chlorinated solvent plume extending from a historical automotive repair facility.  The Consultants used enhanced reductive dechlorination to aid in the substantial decrease of chlorinated solvent concentrations within the plume.  Enhancement was supplied by using a green technology biostimulation amendment. Andy Adams, the second author and Gulf Coast Regional Manager, said of the article, “I think it displays the wealth of knowledge on remediation that is contained in house at W&M Environmental Group. The Client required cost-effective, out-of-the-box solutions, and the consultants delivered with a very
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