John Tadema-Wielandt has over 17 years of professional experience as an environmental scientist and project manager. Mr. Tadema-Wielandt has obtained practical experience in environmental assessment on a variety of properties ranging from vacant land to commercial and industrial manufacturing establishments. He has experience in industry practices and has completed all portions of the assessment procedure from site inspection, historical and governmental research, determination of sampling protocol and performance of soil and groundwater sampling. Mr. Tadema-Wielandt’s experience further includes emergency response and hazardous waste cleanup projects. Project responsibilities have included design and implementation of field testing programs, implementation of remedial strategies, risk characterization, preparation of conservation permitting applications and technical writing and reporting. Mr. Tadema-Wielandt is familiar with the notification, remedial response actions and risk characterization provisions of the Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) pursuant to 310 CMR 40.0000.


University of Massachusetts Amherst, Bachelor of Science
Environmental Sciences – 1997

OSHA 40-Hour Hazardous Waste & Emergency Response Operations 1999
Annual 8-Hour Refresher 2000-Present

American Red Cross Certified Adult CPR/AED & Standard First Aid 2000-Present

Annual International Conference of Contaminated Soils & Water 2001-Present


ASTM Environmental Site Assessment for Commercial Real Estate 2002

Massachusetts Asbestos Inspector License [AI900638] 2015-Present

Massachusetts Solid Waste Third Party Inspector [TPIX265486] 2015-Present

NGWA – Association of Groundwater Scientists and Engineers 2001-Present

Association to Preserve Cape Cod 2001-Present