Justin Meredith is the Technical Assistance Manager at the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) Nashville, Tennessee. Justin has worked with the Division of Remediation (DoR) since 2015. Justin manages the Technical Assistance section, which performs a wide variety of scientific reviews and technical services for the entire Division and for external customers. These positions have state-wide responsibility. In addition to managing the technical section Justin is the petroleum contamination remediation expert, a human health and ecological risk assessor, and project manager. Justin provides technical assistance to other project managers across the state programs including drycleaners, brownfields, NPL, and voluntary sites. Justin presents at conferences and has trained several hundred individuals including internal staff as well as external consultants on several aspects involved in the remediation process (proper sampling procedures, site characterization, remediation tech selection) Prior to TDEC-DoR, he worked for 4 years in TDEC-Underground Storage Tanks program and prior to that worked in the private sector, as a field geologist, for 4 years with environmental chemical corporation. Justin is a trainer for ITRC's training course on LNAPL remediation technology overview. Justin has been active in ITRC since 2014 and is serving as Tennessee's ITRC Point of Contact, and is a current team member for the ITRC PFASs team. Previous ITRC teams participated on include remediation management of complex sites and the LNAPL update teams. Justin earned a bachelor's degree in environmental geosciences from Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia in 2008.