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Tim Eyerdom, Geological Sciences Alumni Advisory Board Member

Tim Eyerdom
Tim Eyerdom

Kent State University B.S. Geology 2012, Ohio University M.S. Geology

Tim Eyerdom is an Environmental Specialist at the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency in the Division of Environmental Response and Revitalization. In his role, Tim serves as the lead worker for the Groundwater Group in the RCRA program reviewing reports and correspondence related to groundwater related issues at hazardous waste management facilities as well as providing technical support for other Ohio EPA divisions and the regulated community.

Prior to this role, Tim received his B.S. degree in Geology from Kent State University in 2012 and his M.S. degree in Geology from Ohio University where he worked with Dr. Eung Seok Lee on his thesis. Upon graduation, Tim worked as a geologist for Arcadis working on a variety of projects including historic LNAPL contamination at rail yards in Wisconsin, pipeline releases of diesel fuel in the waterways of Illinois/Indiana, and hexavalent chromium impacted groundwater remediation in California.

Tim joined the Ohio EPA in 2019 originally working in the Division of Drinking and Ground Waters as a geologist implementing the Source Water Assessment and Protection Program for public water systems and coordinating the Ground Water Quality Characterization Program for the Northeast District. Tim joined the Division of Environmental Response and Revitalization in 2022 where he worked as a site coordinator overseeing the remediation of multiple facilities in northeast Ohio regulated by CERCLA, RCRA, or as part of the Voluntary Action Program.