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Elliott Ripley

Areas of Expertise: 

Air, Water, Waste, and Hazardous Materials

Representative Industries:

Bulk fuel and loading terminals, crude pipeline facilities, auto manufacturing, semiconductors,  recycling, paper and fiber, gypsum, glass manufacturing, and aerospace

Environmental Management

Office: 805-764-6004

Certifications and Trade Associations:

Engineer-in-training, No. 143069,
Qualified Industrial Stormwater Practictioner (QISP)
Trainer of Record (ToR)

California Stormwater Quality Association (CASQA), Industrial Subcommittee


B.S. Environmental Engineering, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo; M.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo


Pleasanton, CA

Personal Interest:

My wife and I had our daughter in 2019 and we love to get into all sorts of trouble together!  Outside of work, we try to get outside for at least a little while every day, whether it be at the beach, on the mountain bike, or at the park down the street.  We love great food and I take a lot of pride in making great bbq with my decrepit old Webber!  I’ve been playing piano since I was about five, and really enjoy when my daughter starts singing along to Piano Man (she’s surprisingly good at harmonica), groovin’ to In the Mood, or jumpin’ to Linus & Lucy if it’s during the holidays.

Elliott has worked with a multitude of regulatory compliance programs at the local, state, and federal level. He has extensive experience in environmental permitting and compliance, onsite support, auditing, and environmental program management. This experience includes serving as an environmental manager to multiple large-scale facilities in Southern California overseeing air, water, and waste programs. In addition, Elliott specializes in wastewater and storm water permitting and is a certified Industrial General Permit Trainer of Record. He also routinely consults with Title V facilities to manage air permitting and compliance needs. Technical expertise to support these initiatives includes strong coordination among site management, technical consultants, and regulatory agency staff; strong report writing and communication skills; detailed technical analyses and impact assessments of regulatory requirements; development of accurate and defensible emission inventories and permit applications, Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs), environmental management systems, and compliance audits. His broad client base covers a multitude of industries, from large multi-national corporations to small local businesses. 

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