Matthew Smith is an Engineer for the Resource Protection Division at the Orange County Sanitation District in Fountain Valley, California. Matt specializes in environmental source control in conducting fate and transportation studies and risk assessments to protect the public, environment, and OCSD’s wastewater facility infrastructure. He previously worked as an environmental consultant for GHD and managed the investigation and remediation for over 200 small to large-scale projects involving TPH-related releases and impacts. He previously managed GHD’s West Coast Remediation Services Group (RSG) and was responsible for supervising the remediation pilot testing, permitting, design, installation, operation, and optimization of various remedial strategies and treatment systems. Over his career, Matt has serviced numerous major oil companies, industrial companies, public agencies, and commercial properties. Matt has worked on TPH-related investigative and remediation projects in California, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Oklahoma, Missouri, Tennessee, Virginia, and New Jersey. Matt has presented on numerous environmental and remediation topics in several conferences throughout the country. Matt has been an active participant and recently served as the assistant program advisor for the ITRC TPH team. Matt holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah and is a registered professional civil engineer in several states.