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Tiffany Svensson

Hydrogeologist

Tiffany has almost three decades of experience working and volunteering for both private and public sectors including academia and NGOs. Professionally Tiffany works on sustainably developing new water supplies and the protection of existing ones, non-point source contaminant hydrogeology related to nutrient management and road salt, facilitating the development of integrated water management strategies including proactive drought management plans and implementing source water protection for municipal water supplies. Tiffany is currently serving as the Risk Management Official (RMO) and Risk Management Inspector (RMI) for two municipalities in rural Ontario and is the current Chair of the Technical Advisory Group for the Township of Woolwich, a citizen body formed to review and comment on technical documents related to the remediation of legacy contamination of the Elmira aquifer and surrounding surface water features.

Occupation: Senior Hydrogeologist

Career background:

University of Waterloo, Earth Sciences Department - Research technician (1986 and 1988-1992), Graduate School (1992-96)

Ontario Federation of Agriculture – Project Coordinator for the Water Quality Working Group of the Ontario Farm Environmental Coalition (1996-2000)

BluMetric Environmental Inc. (formerly WESA Inc.) (2000 to present).

Affiliation: 
University of Waterloo

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