Mission StatementIt is HEI’s corporate goal to provide the highest quality technical services for its clients while finding practical, cost-effective solutions for compliance or liability issues that arise. HEI maintains that corporate commitment to technical excellence while focusing on project details, yet does not lose sight of a client’s “bigger picture”. Attention is always paid to due dates and turn-around times for all projects undertaken. HEI promotes a proactive approach to regulatory compliance which has proven to result in both economic and operational benefits to its clients, including the proper definition and management of client liabilities. Additionally, HEI can provide NYSDEC notice of violation resolution services and guidance for other mandated corrective actions. HEI assumes the role of “client advocate” to provide the best services to meet each client’s specific project needs. We are capable of serving large corporations, but we are also especially proud of the services we have developed specifically for small businesses.
C. MARK HANNA
President, Environmental Scientist, CHMM
Mr. Hanna has 30+ years of experience in environmental pollution control and health/safety management. He serves as Principal responsible for technical services at Hazard Evaluations, Inc. He specializes in hazardous materials/wastes management, site investigation and remediation, environmental site assessments, industrial compliance auditing, toxic chemical exposures and safety program development and implementation. Mr. Hanna also provides guidance to industries regarding Process Safety Management and Risk Management compliance issues for anhydrous ammonia refrigeration facilities. Prior to founding HEI, Mr. Hanna’s professional experience with two national engineering firms focused on industrial waste management and hazardous waste site investigation and remediation. Mr. Hanna’s educational background features Master’s Degrees from both SUNY Buffalo and the Pennsylvania State University. His fields of study concentrated on environmental pollution control, hydrology and toxicology. At Penn State, his Master’s thesis summarized a two-year investigation into the impacts of acid precipitation on headwater streams.