David S. Lipson, Ph.D., P.G.
HRS Water Consultants
Dr. David Lipson is a consulting hydrogeologist specializing in groundwater and surface-water hydrology, groundwater-surface water interactions, contaminant fate and transport, groundwater remediation, and geochemistry. Dr. Lipson brings over 30 years of experience working throughout the US and internationally solving complicated water and environmental problems. In addition to his full-time consulting gig, he is an Adjunct Professor at Colorado School of Mines where he teaches graduate-level courses in groundwater engineering, hazardous waste remediation, and advanced topics. He is also an editor of the scientific journal Groundwater and serves on the Board of Directors of the National Ground Water Association (NGWA). Dr. Lipson has extensive experience dealing with a wide variety of groundwater contaminants including LNAPLs, DNAPLs, chlorinated solvents, creosote, MGP wastes, volatile organics, PFAS, 1,4-dioxane, and other emerging contaminants. He has experience characterizing and remediating groundwater at sites impacted with metals, brines, and other inorganics such as arsenic and perchlorate. Dr. Lipson was an author of NGWA’s 2017 PFAS best practice document and Co-Chaired LSI’s PFAS Litigation Conference in 2019. Dr. Lipson serves as an expert witness and has testified on topics including hydrogeology, groundwater-surface water interactions, geochemistry, environmental contamination, groundwater remediation, contaminant fate and transport, water quality, and related subjects.
PFAS: Advances in Site Investigations and Treatment