For more than 20 years, Cameron-Cole has been committed to delivering the highest levels of performance expected by our clients, our employees, and our shareholders, tackling the most difficult issues with solutions that stand the test of time.
Established in 2001 as an independent environmental services firm that fulfills demanding requirements and efficiently addresses complex environmental issues, the scope of Cameron-Cole’s expertise goes beyond that which most environmental services providers can offer with hands-on experience evaluating environmental issues from your perspective. With experience at facilities across the country that have environmental and compliance requirements ranging from simplistic to the more complex, our goals are simple: reduce your compliance burden and lower associated costs. Our team brings proven expertise to each client assignment, including our staff scientists, engineers, technicians, and consulting experts. Our partners outside of the U.S. extend our reach and assist in market-specific knowledge and experience.
After joining the ADEC Innovations group of companies in September 2021, our focus remains on addressing clients’ environmental challenges while improving the world we live in by advancing sustainability practices globally. As an ADEC Innovation, Cameron-Cole also offers additional environmental services such as CEQA/NEPA compliance, plus the ability to support your ESG needs at any point along your sustainability journey.
Diversity and respect are fundamental.
Fundamental to our teams. Fundamental to our clients. Fundamental to the communities we serve and live in. Fundamental to the landscapes we work within. We need you and your unique talents, history, and background to become the company we aspire to be.
We insist upon a culture of common respect, expect transparency, and celebrate the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals. Our mutual equality as humans is the path to diverse and innovative collaboration.
We cultivate integrity, driving us to growth, and allowing us to achieve more together than we could ever hope to as individuals.
Our recent projects highlight our breadth of expertise across multiple disciplines throughout the United States.
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Our Leadership Team
Cameron-Cole is comprised of experts in environmental, sustainability, and energy management who collaborate with clients to develop the solutions that drive the highest return on investment.
Brian Myller, President, Professional Services
Brian has helped various organizations find integrative ways to improve sustainability, resilience, and business performance.
Mallory Andrews, Head of Verification Services
Mallory has more than 13 years of experience as a GHG emissions reporter and verifier.
John Bondurant, Executive Vice President
John leads environmental due diligence services for property redevelopment, brownfields, and commercial property transactions.
Jorge Caspary, Principal
Jorge has 25 years of experience in technical and management decisions in the areas of environmental assessment and site cleanup.
Jerome Edwards, President, Co-founder
Jerome oversees company risk management and contract administration while assisting multidisciplinary teams that support clients.
Timothy Hobbs, COO, Principal Hydrogeologist
Tim leads company operations, HR, and financial administration while managing the hydrogeologic and hydrochemical investigations teams.
Chris Lawless, Head of ESG Metrics and Disclosure
Chris has developed or verified more than 500 GHG reporting and verification protocols, standards, and regulations.
Ken Stelman, Regional Manager
Ken collaborates with multidisciplinary project teams to guide regulatory negotiations within the broad framework of State and Federal regulations.
Mike Stephenson, ERM, Principal Scientist, Regional Manager
Mike has over 25 years of experience in environmental remediation projects that incorporate human health and ecologically-based risk analyses.
Mary Bean, Director of Environmental Services, FirstCarbon Solutions (FCS)
Mary has more than 24 years of experience managing the preparation of CEQA and NEPA documents in both the public and private sectors.
Careers at Cameron-Cole
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer that strives to attract, employ, and retain qualified individuals with the requisite skills, education, and experience from the available population.
How we can help
Operating with significant environmental liabilities and risks presents a constant potential for complications to arise. Don't let these dilemmas hinder your organization. Cameron-Cole's environmental experts are trained to craft solutions that reduce your risks while keeping your projects on track.
American National Standards Institute
Cameron-Cole is an ANSI-Accredited Greenhouse Gas Verification Body- Accreditation #0871 – for the following Organization-Level Groups: Group 1 – General; Group 2 – Manufacturing; Group 3 – Power Generation; Group 4 – Electric Power Transactions; Group 5 – Mining and Mineral Production; Group 7 – Chemical Production; Group 8 – Oil and Gas Extraction Production and Refining including Petrochemicals; and Group 9 – Waste. We provide greenhouse gas emission inventory verification services to organizations in voluntary or regulatory programs that require Verification Bodies (VBs) to carry such accreditation. ANSI is a private, nonprofit membership organization that has served as administrator and coordinator of the U.S. private sector voluntary standardization system for more than 90 years. The institute oversees the creation, promulgation, and use of thousands of norms and guidelines that directly impact businesses in nearly every sector.
British Columbia Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Cap and Trade) Act, Reporting Regulation
British Columbia’s (B.C.) Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Cap and Trade) Act, passed in May 2008, authorizes hard caps on GHG emissions, making B.C. the first Canadian province to introduce such legislation. It also authorizes the GHG Reporting Regulation, which was enacted in November 2009. The GHG Reporting Regulation sets out the requirements for B.C. facilities with GHG emissions to report these emissions to the B.C. Ministry of Environment each year. Cameron-Cole is recognized by the B.C. Ministry of Environment as a GHG verification body. For more information, please contact us.
California Air Resources Board GHG Verification
Cameron-Cole is an ARB-accredited verification body for the following programs: Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gas Emissions; Compliance Offsets; and Low Carbon Fuel Standard. Our ARB-accredited verification team has collectively conducted over 500 GHG verifications and has over 40 years of GHG verification experience. For more information regarding ARB verification services, please contact us.
The Climate Registry
The Climate Registry (TCR) is a nonprofit collaboration among North American states, provinces, territories, and Native Sovereign Nations that sets consistent and transparent standards to calculate, verify, and publicly report greenhouse gas emissions into a single registry. Cameron-Cole joined The Climate Registry as a Founding Member in December 2007.
Cameron-Cole is an approved verification body and technical assistance provider for TCR members. Cameron-Cole is among the most active verification bodies within TCR’s program. For more information regarding TCR technical assistance or verification services, please contact us.
Oregon Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program Verification
The Environmental Quality Commission (EQC) approved Oregon's original greenhouse gas reporting rules in 2008 and updated those rules most recently in 2020. These rules govern the collection of annual greenhouse gas emissions information from the state's largest sources. Oregon requires third-party verification data for the 2021 calendar year to be submitted beginning in the spring of 2022.
Cameron-Cole was among the first group of companies to become an approved verification body for the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Oregon’s Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program in December 2021. Cameron-Cole is accredited to provide verification services for all emission sources and for all industrial sectors under Oregon’s program including stationary combustion sources, electricity suppliers, fuel suppliers, natural gas supplier, natural gas systems, and facility process emissions.
*Cameron-Cole only offers professional services in jurisdictions where we have proper authority, a list of active licenses is available.