Carl Bloom - Principal and senior environmental consultant
Science- Forestry - University
of British Columbia 1970
Mr. Bloom is
an environmental analyst with 25 years experience in air quality assessment and
modeling, Health Risk Assessments and noise monitoring/modeling studies.
produces the air quality and noise analyses required for inclusion in
Environmental Impact Statements for residential, commercial, industrial and
government projects. The air quality and noise impacts of these projects
require the development of emission inventories, emission rates, dispersion
modeling, risk assessment and the development of mitigation measures.
He has worked
closely with the engineering departments of counties, cities and transit
agencies throughout Puget Sound establishing
the methodology to quantify the emissions from a wide variety of Transportation
Improvement Projects applying for CMAQ funding.
He has been on the Puget Sound
Regional Council's Transportation and Air Quality Committee and has been an
active participant in the joint Ecology-DOT committee developing the state's
Air Quality Conformity Rule and methodology. He led Cal3qhc modeling workshops in Seattle and Spokane for transportation planners and engineers.
quality and noise projects have included a wide spectrum of industrial,
commercial and residential developments--ranging from high technology computer
chip fabrication plants, quarries, transportation improvement projects,
innovative alternatives to incineration using pyrolysis, shopping malls, large
retail stores and major residential communities.
"The CO2 Emissions of Motor Vehicle Traffic"
Excess Cancer Risk from the TAP Emissions of Gasoline Powered Vehicles" "Excess Cancer
Risk from the Pyrolysis of Medical Waste and Scrap Tires"
"An Examination of the Processes Leading to Fugitive
Dust from Dry Lake beds"
Benjamin Bloom - Field technician and and air
Education BA Political Science 2007
Experience Recent projects include: -NAise monitoring for aCity of Lynnwood-Snohomish County arterial improvement project -air quality
modeling for numerous Puget Sound area transportation projects -Third-party review of City of Eugene Telecommunication Facility projects for NIER (non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation) -Development of spreadsheet tools to facilitate Cal3qhc modeling and NIER assessments