Jeffrey Woodward joined Aegis in May 2021 after having previously interning with Aegis in the summer of 2019. While interning, Jeffrey spent time in the field assisting in the cleanup of a chemical spill which included daily monitoring and recording of water quality parameters. Additionally, he helped aid in air permit regulations and identifying best management practices at oil and gas sites. Mr. Woodward has been trained to handle hazardous substances in OSHA’s 40-hour HAZWOPER course and is a Responsible Land Disturber through the Virginia DEQ. Jeffrey has begun helping with E&S inspections and water quality sampling at solar construction sites while also gaining experience working with VPDES and NPDES permits and SWPPP inspections.