Bruce Marvin is an Associate of Geosyntec Consultants located in Oakland, California. Bruce is working on projects that include characterization and treatment of residual acid tar, mine tailings, treatment of metals in groundwater and operation of both ex-situ and in-situ biological and chemical treatment systems. Since 1990, he has worked in environmental consulting on a wide-range of projects for small private clients to large federal entities providing remediation strategy, technology selection and development, engineering design, construction management and quality assurance. He is internationally recognized for his in situ remediation expertise and has established industry best practices for in situ chemical oxidation/reduction technologies. Bruce was a member of ITRC’s Biochemical Reactors for Mining-Influenced Water and Integrated DNAPL Site Strategy teams, as well as, is a member of the DNAPL Site Characterization team. In 1993, he earned a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1997, Bruce earned a master’s degree in environmental engineering and science in from Leland Stanford Junior University in Stanford, California. Bruce is a professional civil engineer in California and has a certificate in safety management from the American Society of Safety Engineers.