Dan Tyler is the founder of Freestone Environmental Services, and has over 25 years of experience as a consultant and scientist for a broad variety of environmental and water resources projects for federal, municipal, and commercial sector clients in Washington, Oregon and Alaska.
Dan has formulated strategies and plans for executing complex projects involving regulatory compliance, waste management, characterization, remediation and closure of hazardous and radioactive waste sites and facilities. He has collected, analyzed, and interpreted a variety of environmental data, and is trained to work in hazardous and radioactive conditions.
Dan also has extensive experience with water resources management including resource assessments, supply development, water quality, and groundwater protection. Through his career he has assembled and directed several interdisciplinary project teams, managed staffs of engineers, scientists and technicians, and is an efficient project manager.
His clients value his ability to clearly communicate technical issues and constructively engage regulators in negotiations that lead to practical and cost-effective solutions.
Dan has organized symposiums, and presented technical information to a variety of audiences and for legal proceedings.
Education & Certifications
Master of Science, Hydrology & Water Resources Management - Colorado State University, 1986
Bachelor of Science, Natural Resources & Environmental Science - Purdue University, 1980
Washington Licensed Hydrogeologist