Megan Hatcher obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural and Physical Science with an Environmental Geology option from Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, Arkansas.
Employed since 2013, Megan's experience with EEG includes work with field sampling of wastewater and groundwater. She is responsible for field sampling, field equipment maintenance, and sample pick up.
Megan’s laboratory experience includes performing pH tests, dissolved oxygen tests, and bacteria tests on a daily basis. In the asbestos lab she prepares and analyzes samples via polarized light microscopy. She is proficient in WP chemistry test samples.
Megan has completed the NIOSH 582 Equivalency Course as well as the McCrone Research Institute "Microscopical Identification of Asbestos" course.
Megan is a full-time analyst working with bulk samples by PLM and air samples by PCM. Her additional duties include instrument calibration and quality control functions.
Megan is an Industrial Hygienist with project experience including occupational noise, environmental noise, and other occupational chemical and particulate hazards.