Ashley Pepple is a Project Manager at Creek Run. She earned a B.S. in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne in May 2011. Ashley joined Creek Run in September 2013 and has completed the OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER training and attends annual 8-hour refresher courses.
Ashley is responsible for managing projects including Initial Site Characterizations (ISCs) following discovery of subsurface impacts; Further Site Investigations (FSIs) to determine the nature and extent of subsurface impacts; Corrective Action Plans (CAPs) designed to remediate subsurface impacts; and No Further Action (NFA) requests upon remediation completion. Ashley has assisted with Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan development and Underground Storage Tank (UST) System closures, and also enjoys investigating site histories, conducting Limited Site Investigations (LSIs) to determine the presence of subsurface impacts, and performing Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESA) to identify recognized environmental conditions and investigate potential impacts of the recognized environmental conditions to the land. Ashley has experience with soil boring advancement and classification, well installation, well surveying, groundwater sample collection, and subsurface mapping using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR).
During her college career, Ashley studied the impacts that nutraceuticals had on alleviating the effects of stress in tilapia, and presented research at the World Aquaculture Society Conference in February 2009. She also assisted with animal husbandry in other fish and reptile lab experiments, worked as a supplementary instruction leader for General Chemistry, and served as President of the Biology Club.