Compliance Team


Professional Geologist & Senior Project Manager

Kirk has more than 20 years of geotechnical, environmental, and compliance experience as a consultant, regulator, and an EHS team member in a manufacturing environment.  Mr. Boulanger is a Registered Professional Geologist with extensive experience in soil and groundwater site characterization, investigation and remediation. Regulatory experience includes policy development and management of RCRA Subtitle C and D sites in Kansas.  Mr. Boulanger has accumulated experience in SPCC, NPDES, air compliance, waste management, environmental management systems, safety programs, and various production and manufacturing processes in a variety of industries.   

Jonathan bray 

Air Monitoring Field Engineer 

Jonathan Bray has over 4 years of experience in the field of Air Regulatory Compliance in metal mining, mineral mining, oil and gas and manufacturing industries. He is a graduate of the State University of New York at Plattsburgh and received his Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science with a Minor in Hydrogeology. He has extensive knowledge on source testing of PM10/2.5/CPM, Hg, NOx, CO, VOC, and SO2 air pollutants and the function of their respective control systems. Mr. Bray experience with Title V permits and how to apply the regulations. He has demonstrated proficiency in continuous emission monitoring systems (CEMS) from annual/semiannual testing to new CEMS installations and troubleshooting at a variety of sources. He has QSTI knowledge and qualifications. He has spent most of his professional career in the Salt Lake City area including surrounding states: Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada, Colorado and New Mexico.  



Laura has more than 20 years of technical, environmental, and management experience. She is a graduate of Friends University with a Bachelor Degree in Chemistry. As a former Environmental and Safety Compliance Manager of both Chemical and Gas facilities and as an Environmental Consultant she has accumulated extensive experience in management systems, program management, technical tool development, regulatory analysis, permitting, reporting, and agency and community communications.

Gary Douglas, P.E.



Zach has over 7 years of technical, environmental, and management experience. He is a graduate of Wichita State University with a Bachelor Degree in Biological Sciences and a minor in Chemistry and is currently completing a degree in chemical engineering at the University of North Dakota. Mr. Faber experience includes air compliance management and permitting, leak detection and repair (LDAR) program development and management, chemical hazard communication program development, groundwater exploration and sampling, SPCC, SWP3, chemical compatibility and inventories, waste management, environmental management system development, ISO 14001 implementation and management, CEMS compliance, NSPS and MACT compliance and reporting, PSM and RMP auditing, Phase I property investigations, and UIC permitting and compliance. Mr. Faber has managed and developed environmental compliance systems at ethanol, salt, grain processing, nitrogenous fertilizer, aluminum, paint coating, and LPG.

Erin Hallenburg, P.E.

Senior Engineer

Mr. Hallenburg has more than 35 years’ experience in environmental engineering. He is a graduate of the University of Mount Union and University of New Mexico. With a strong civil engineering background, he has specialized his career in the air quality field. Mr. Hallenburg continues to work in many of air quality’s spheres, including stack emission testing; ambient air monitoring; particle size analyses; toxic pollutant research; emission inventories; air dispersion modeling; regulatory permitting; environmental auditing; and compliance determinations. He currently focuses on minor, major and modification air permit applications. Mr. Hallenburg has worked with numerous industries, manufacturing and types of government. While his oil and gas midstream experience is extensive, he is also adept in refinery and upstream permitting. He has worked for precious metals, coal, minerals, and aggregate mining, including the three initial Title V permit applications for the world’s largest copper mine. For twelve years he was project manager and lead auditor for a bi-annual 18-unit, thermo-power plant network. He was sole air quality consultant for the Salt Lake International Airport for over twelve years. He has produced technology assessments, alternative analyses and mitigation selection for air quality section for eight separate Environmental Impact Statements (EIS). He has worked in concert with state agencies for achieving compliance with the State Implementation Plans (SIP) for PM2.5 Non-attainment airsheds. Mr. Hallenburg’s experience also includes project work with spill plans (SPCC), industrial discharge permitting (NPDES), risk management plans (RMP), Class III Landfill permitting, toxic release inventories (TRI) and Tier II, and indoor air quality assessments.


Senior Compliance Project Manager 

Denise has over 20 years of technical, environmental, and management experience. She is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering with Petroleum Option. Serving 10 years as the Environmental and Safety Manager of a medium sized chemical manufacturing facility, she has developed broad experience in all aspects of environmental and safety compliance and management systems.  She is particularly skilled at Clean Air Act related projects such as air permitting, emission inventories, and applicability determinations. Ms. Ober excellent technical, engineering, computer, interpersonal, and communications skills have proven invaluable in relation to her consulting projects. 


Compliance Specialist

Dale has dual Master Degrees in Industrial Chemistry and Geology. He has extensive experience in laboratory management and analytical methods, chemical inventory and chemical mixing plans, quality management, ISO standards implementation and auditing, Hazcom standards, Process Safety Management, environmental monitoring and waste management. Mr. Stelz has written numerous publications and holds a U.S. Patent related to refrigerant leak detection. 

Michael D. Wright, MPH


Michael has over 35 years of technical, project and program management experience in the environmental field.  He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor Degree in Zoology and a Master Degree from the University of Oklahoma in Public Health with an emphasis in Environmental Health.  He worked for the Tulsa City County Health Department for 13 years as Manager of the Water Quality, Solid and Hazardous Waste Program.  He was also a member of the Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Team during that time.  He has been in the environmental consulting industry since 1990 where he has supported oil and gas, aviation, agrichemical and numerous other industries with their most challenging environmental compliance issues.