Amy Trimble promoted to Project EHS Scientist

Fehr Graham, a leading Midwest engineering and environmental firm, announced the promotion of Amy Trimble to Project Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Scientist.

Trimble, who joined Fehr Graham in 2005, designs and organizes environmental program information and conducts environmental training. She also completes safety, environmental and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) compliance audits, regulatory compliance reports, and Industrial Hygiene and noise sampling.

She works closely with clients to complete Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and Spill Control and Countermeasure Plans and Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans. Amy leads state and federally regulated trainings and understands the plethora of reports to keep clients informed, safe and compliant.

Trimble, who works in the firm's Freeport office, earned a bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies from Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa. She is certified in wetland delineation; Occupational Safety Health Administration: General Industry, Hazardous Waste Personnel and Emergency Response; Hazardous/Toxic Waste Management; and HazMat Employee Training. She is also an Environmental Management System Internal Auditor. She is certified with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Hazardous Materials Transportation, Mine and Safety Health Administration and Illinois Environmental Protection Agency – Method 9 Evaluation of Visible Emissions. She is licensed as a Certified Hazardous Material Manager.

Trimble is a member of the National Association of Environmental Professionals and the Federation of Environmental Technologists.