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  • NFA Update

    Tuesday, April 15, 2014

    Wilcox Environmental Engineering, Inc. recently logged its fifth 2014 No Further Action (NFA) site closure determination from IDEM, bringing the company’s total NFA site closures to 80 since 2007.

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Michael M. Dicen

Michael M. Dicen

Business Development Representative

Mike Dicen has over 20 years of experience in the environmental regulatory and consulting field. He currently serves in Business Development in our Birmingham, AL location. For seven years, he acted as an Environmental Manager with the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM). Two of those years while at IDEM were with the Section of Air Enforcement. The remaining years were with the Air Compliance Data Section (stack emissions QA group). As the Director of Air Analysis Division Industrial, Mike was responsible for managing personnel, financial and budgetary issues, staff coordination and prioritization, scheduling, marketing/client development and standard operating procedures.

Mike owned and operated two separate environmental consulting firms before joining Wilcox. He has completed more than 1,300 stack emissions test projects and has completed multiple air permit applications for the asphalt manufacturing, automotive manufacturing and foundry operations. Completed industrial hygiene sampling and analysis, indoor air quality assessments. Managed the initial years of the Acid Rain Program for the State of Indiana. Managed and provided information to industry regarding NESHAPs launched by federal statutes while at IDEM.

Mike has serviced clients throughout the Midwest, South and Middle Atlantic regions of the country and Mexico, completing projects for foundries, metalworking facilities, automotive products manufacturers, plastics molding and machining, food production, hospitals, schools, agricultural facilities, wood treatment facilities, petroleum products manufacturers, distributors and transporters, paper product manufacturers. These industries have been involved in all variety of surface coating, plating, machining, forming, stamping, molding, shot-blasting, deburring and finishing.

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