Benjing Sun brings experience in performing human health risk assessment, performance assessment, air quality modeling and permitting, fate and transport modeling, and establishment of risk-based remediation goals under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), and other federal and state regulations. He has developed and applied analytical tools based on the human health risk assessment protocol (HHRAP) and risk assessment for Superfund (RAGS) for hazardous waste combustion facilities, Superfund sites, and other environmentally-impacted sites across the U.S. Benjing specializes in risk assessment for remedial investigations/feasibility studies, operation permit applications, regulatory compliance, and risk management. He conducts performance assessment and exposure dose estimation, air dispersion/deposition modeling, and vapor intrusion modeling. His experience also encompasses data evaluation, statistical analysis, and litigation support.
Benjing Sun, PhD
Senior Risk Assessment Specialist
PhD, Atmospheric/Environmental Chemistry, Brigham Young University, 1993
MS, Environmental Sciences, Beijing Normal University, 1987
BS, Theoretical Physics, Beijing Normal University, 1984