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Atlantic Shores Environmental Services Hires Swain

By Hunter Joyner, posted Jan 26, 2016
(Elliot Swain)
Atlantic Shores Environmental Services (ASE) recently added Elliot Swain to its team.
Swain holds a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from East Carolina University and a Master of Science degree in environmental studies from the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
The majority of Swain’s experience has come from working at several different power generation facilities. He has worked at the Brunswick Nuclear Plant in Southport, the former Higgins power plant in Oldsmar, Florida, and numerous plant sites throughout eastern North Carolina, according to a news release.
Swain will benefit ASE with his experience in health and safety policy, air monitoring, engineering oversight, wetland delineations, concrete sampling and groundwater monitoring and sampling for remediation oversight, officials said.
ASE is an environmental consulting firm specializing in facility management services, natural resource management, wetlands, underground storage tanks, indoor air quality and general environmental consulting.
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