Trevor King is a Remediation Technical Lead with AECOM DNAPL team in Pennsylvania. He has global experience in the planning, implementing and management of environmental and DNAPL remediation projects. He has extensive experience in the development of characterization and closure strategies for soil and groundwater remediation projects, and implementing cost effective remedial actions. Since 1993, Trevor has planned, implemented, and managed a wide variety of environmental projects in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Florida and Puerto Rico. His experience includes project management, developing conceptual site models in support of remedy selection, developing remedial objectives and site closure strategies for remediation projects, and regulatory and client interface. Trevor has two pneumatic fracturing technology patents. His current company-wide responsibilities include project management and remedial strategy and technology evaluations at a national as well as the regional level. Trevor has been active in the ITRC since 2007 and has contributed, as a team member, to three ITRC DNAPL documents. He earned a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Wolverhampton in Wolverhampton, England in 1983 and a master's degree in environmental engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology in Newark, New Jersey in 1993. He is a Professional Engineer in environmental engineering in Delaware.