ERA-EHS's commitment to scientific leadership and innovation means that we only seek out and partner with EHS industry experts. Each of our partners is highly-trained and certified to implement, maintain, or customize your ERA platform to ensure a rigorous dedication to data accuracy and efficiency.
D&B Environmental Services Inc. is a Midwest local firm with global perspectives and thoroughly familiar with current and pending legislation affecting business operations. Serving the Midwest since 1985, DBE offers expert, professional and technical services for a growing list of businesses. D&B consulting staff has a reputation for implementing practical, sound, cost-effective solutions to meet the needs of your business.
Dynamic SAT is a software development and consulting firm for business administration and process automation. The company was founded in Montreal, Canada to offer business services based on the most well-known and professional platforms and firms. With a team of computer science and business administration certified consultants, Dynamic SAT provides a wide range of software services such as requirement analysis, business analysis, planning, development, implementation and maintenance.
EA provides environmental, compliance, information technology, natural resources, and infrastructure engineering and management solutions to a wide range of government and industrial clients. EA has been ranked by Engineering News Record as a Top 200 Environmental Firm and a Top 500 Design Firm; EA currently provides EHS&S Information Management Services including software implementation, compliance data management and reporting, long-term support and enhancing compliance and sustainability programs. For more information, contact Jennifer Peterson (email@example.com), EA’s Director of EHS Solutions Implementation.
iSi Environmental develops solutions critical to global production of aircraft, vehicles, food, energy and water – making achieving the impossible look easy. Their mission is to remove constraints from the production environment by creating processes that simplify and increase the efficiency of regulatory compliance. iSi strives to fulfill that mission with responsiveness, flexibility, and stewardship. Their EPA and OSHA services provide assistance and hands-on personnel to help companies complete compliance tasks, and iSi also works one on one with their clients to help find the products and compliance solutions which best meet their specific needs.
Tetra Tech’s innovative, sustainable solutions help their clients reach their goals for water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development projects.
Tetra Tech is proud to be home to leading technical experts in every sector and to use that expertise throughout the project life cycle. Their commitment to safety is ingrained in their culture and at the forefront of every project.
Trinity Consultants provides a unique blend consulting services, software, and training to meet the needs of clients in areas related to regulatory compliance and management systems. Founded in 1974, Trinity Consultants is a multinational company serving more than 3,000 clients from offices across North America, Europe, China, and Australia. Trinity’s Digital Solutions team develops innovative technology-enabled solutions to support clients’ EHS programs. With exceptional expertise in regulatory requirements, information technology, and industry best practices, Trinity is ideally suited to provide cost-effective solutions to your EHS data management challenges. We help organizations analyze, plan, design, implement, deploy, and sustain technology-enabled EHS business processes.
Former Global Waste Reduction Manager, General Motors
John Bradburn spent many years as General Motors’ Global Waste Reduction Manager, and received the President’s Volunteer Service Award, as presented by President Barack Obama. At GM, he led an innovative landfill-free initiative and was dedicated to driving the company towards zero waste. He is a globally-recognized recycling expert, dubbed GM’s MacGyver for his uncanny knack to devise unconventional uses for everyday waste. He helped reduce the secondary environmental impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill by spearheading an initiative to convert 277 miles of oil-soaked booms into car parts. Two of his other notable projects under his tenure at GM include re-purposing scrap Chevrolet Volt battery covers into nesting boxes for bats and ducks and using scrap vehicle absorption material to insulate coats for the homeless, in partnership with Detroit-based non-profit The Empowerment Plan. His expertise as a sustainability champion is recognized at the international level.
Former TRI Coordinator (Region 2), Environmental Protection Agency
Nora Lopez was the Toxic Release Inventory Coordinator (US Pollutant Release and Transfer Registers) at the US EPA for Region 2 since the program started in 1986. Nora has a B.Sc. in Chemistry and a Master's Degree in Public Health from the University of Michigan, with a concentration in Environmental Health. Nora has developed and implemented regional EPCRA Section 313 technical guidance and compliance assistance outreach activities for industry, state, and local agencies, as well as the regional office. She has reviewed emissions data provided to the EPA by facilities and has substantial experience with enforcement activities. She works closely with ERA's environmental science team as a consultant, creating expert educational courses and leading training sessions in EPCRA, Tier II, TRI, and auditing.
Former Senior Science Advisor for US Environmental Protection Agency
Tom Murray worked as a science advisor to the EPA for over 4 decades, ensuring environmental accuracy and best practices in the regulatory sphere. He is also known as the architect of numerous sustainability initiatives between the private and public sector, including Hospitals for a Healthy Environment, the Green Suppliers Network, E3: Economy, Energy, and Environment, and the White House’s Investing in Manufacturing Communities partnership. Tom specializes in pollution prevention, environmental regulatory compliance, and facility efficiency to maximize cost savings.
Former Specialist at Toyota
Bob Ernest has over 25 years expertise in the automotive industry, specializing in designing and implementing environmental management systems for compliance and performance reporting at several major Toyota manufacturing facilities. Bob has over two decades supporting multiple Toyota sites in assessing internal workflows, identifying opportunities, and automating data management processes.