MATTHEW M. “MAC” JONES, P.E.

PROJECT ENGINEER


E:  mac@smithgardnerinc.com

Mr. Jones has experience in landfill gas emission monitoring and reporting, landfill gas collection system design, environmental compliance evaluations, stormwater and erosion control planning, air and solid waste permit applications, and construction management and quality assurance.

OVERVIEW
CREDENTIALS
EXPERIENCE

PRINCIPAL AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Landfill Gas

Stormwater and Erosion Control Design

Environmental Compliance

Environmental Chemistry

BIOGRAPHY

Mr. Jones holds his B.S. degree in Environmental Technology and Management from the North Carolina State University and M.S. degree in Environmental Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a focus in environmental chemistry and hydrology. During his career with S+G he has provided project design and environmental compliance management for facilities across the southeast. Mr. Jones has experience with landfill gas and air quality compliance, stormwater and erosion control planning, and assistance in project construction management.

ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS

B.S. Environmental Technology & Management, 2016, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

M.S. Environmental Engineering, 2020, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO

PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS

Professional Engineer

NC

OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER

Associate Professional Soil Scientist – Soil Science of America

EMPLOYMENT RECORD

Smith Gardner, Inc.

2020 – Present

North Carolina State University

2016 – 2017

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

Gardner, J. M., Jones, M. M. “Leachate Generation at a Class I Landfill: When is it going to stop…?” Tennessee Show of the South Annual Meeting. Chattanooga, TN, 2024.

Lamb, M. S., Jones, M. M. “Greenhouse Gas Reporting Methodology: A Case of Apples and Oranges.” Environmental Research and Education Foundation Quantification of Landfill Emissions Summit. Chicago, IL, 2023.

Jones, M. M., Runkel, R. L., & McKnight, D. M. “To Remediate or Not? Source Identification in an Acid Mine Drainage Stream, Warden Gulch, Colorado.” Mine Water and the Environment, 42(3), 383-398.  2023.

Jones, M. M. “Quantification of Trace Metal loading within a Mineralized Watershed and a Changing Climate.” Dissertations and Thesis at the University of Colorado, Boulder, 2020.

Gillispie, E. C., Polizzotto, M. L., Jones, M. M. “Investigating the role of sediment manganese oxides as a potential predictor for future arsenic contamination of groundwater.” Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 253. San Francisco, CA, 2017.

Jones, M. M., Sowers, T. D., Andrews, M. Y., Duckworth, O. W. “Comparison of zinc sorption affinity to synthetic and biogenic manganese oxides.” Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 251. San Diego, CA, 2016