Jeffery K. Sheridan – President
Mr. Sheridan has been involved in the environmental consulting industry for more than 25 years. During this time he has gained extensive experience in all areas of asbestos, lead and mold inspection, evaluation and remediation responses. Mr. Sheridan has performed Phase I/II site assessments, sub-surface investigations, and site characterizations. Expertise in air quality/microbial investigations and industrial hygiene services has been established through extensive field study and technical application.
During Mr. Sheridan’s tenure at a Long Island based catastrophe response firm, he responded to Ground Zero and coordinated a remediation team of 400 to clean and remove contaminates from affected buildings in the area.
Mr. Sheridan presently manages the day-to-day administrative, technical and field operations of Absolutely Clean Environmental, Inc. (ACE) which he established in 2003. ACE provides consulting, industrial hygiene, and environmental sampling services to the health care industry, financial institutions, construction management firms and real estate development companies.
CERTIFICATES & TRAINING
USEPA NYSDOL AHERA Asbestos Inspector
USEPA NYSDOL AHERA Asbestos Project Designer
USEPA NYSDOL AHERA Asbestos Management Planner
USEPA NYSDOL AHERA Asbestos Project Monitor
OSHA HAZWOPER 40
NIOSH 582 – Asbestos Air Sample Analysis
NYCDEP Asbestos Investigator
USEPA Certified Lead Hazard Risk Assessor (NY)
USEPA Lead Inspector Training
Confined Space Certification
Certified Microbial Consultant – American Indoor Air Quality Council
ASTM Standard E 1527-05 Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments 2007
City University of New York – York College
Bachelor of Science, Environmental Health, 2007
Magna cum Laude/Academic Excellence
A.A.S., Medical Technology, 1983
Improving Indoor Air Quality in Non-Industrial Buildings
How to Deal with a Mold Contaminated Building
Mold, Allergens, Sampling, and Report Interpretation – EMLab P&K Laboratories
IAQ/IH Sampling Workshop – EMSL Analytical, Inc.
Technical Workshop – ANSI/IICRC S-520 Standard