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Elizabeth McGurk based out of Trinity's Austin office is spearheading the effort to offer odor monitoring and assessment services in Texas. She has worked closely with other Trinity offices to grow the Nuisance Odor Monitoring services out of our Austin office and to broaden Trinity's diverse range of services offered beyond the scope of air, water and waste.

Throughout her tenure at Trinity, McGurk has worked with clients in multiple Texas industries including oil and gas, electric power generation, wood products, chemical, food products, and reinforced plastic composites productions. She is also a course instructor for Trinity's Texas Oil and Gas Permitting and Compliance and Texas Environmental Bootcamp courses. Additionally, she has trained others, both colleagues and clients, on the science behind odor monitoring, and how to perform odor monitoring in the field.

If you are interested how Nuisance Odor Monitoring could help your facility, contact Elizabeth at emcgurk@trinityconsultants.com or by phone at (512) 349-5800.

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