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Bendix Environmental Research, Inc.(BERI), founded in 1980, specializes in toxicology, hazardous materials management, and preparation of environmental documents, or appropriate parts of environmental documents dealing with hazardous materials. BERI provides expert witness services and litigation research and support for toxic tort cases, including workplace and environmental exposures and chemical cancer causation. For a list of representative projects, click here!
BERI has extensive experience preparing environmental review documents as required by the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and has provided expert witness court testimony and depositions on the adequacy of health risk and safety assessments in environmental documents. Representative projects have included: an EIR for a housing project on a heavily polluted former industrial site; a Negative Declaration for the addition of an MTBE (gasoline additive) manufacturing plant at an oil refinery. For a list of environmental review projects, click here!
BERI also offers an environmental internship program
The President of BERI, Dr. Selina Bendix, has served on federal, state, and local toxic substances and occupational health advisory commities. She has testified in court, before standard-setting panels, and at Workers Compensation hearings on environmental and health effects of chemicals. She advises attorneys on cases involving toxic materials and adequacy of environmental documents. For a complete resumé, click here!
The Vice President of BERI, Gilbert G. Bendix, has served for ten years as Superintendant of Engineering and Water Supply of the San Francisco Fire Department and for six years as manager of the Suburban Operations Division of the San Francisco Water Department. He is registered in the State of California as a Mechanical Engineer, a Civil Engineer, and a Fire Protection Engineer. For a complete resumé, click here!
Bendix Environmental Research, Inc., has received Women's Business Enterprise (WBE) certification from the State of California, the Regional Transit Association of the Bay Area, the City of Sacramento, and numerous other municipalities and jurisdictions.
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