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Two A-Z Environmental Services, LLC personnel are now licensed remediation specialists in West Virginia.

The company announced last week that Michael Bruzzesi, senior project manager, and Jesse Morgan, vice president and director of operations, were certified licensed remediation specialists by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection in March after they successfully completed the application process and written exam.

"We are extremely proud of Mike and Jesse for achieving this certification," said Adrienne Morgan, president of A-Z Environmental Services. "Having two licensed remediation specialists on staff will allow us to enhance our services to our fellow West Virginia businesses, agencies and entities."

Bruzzesi is a certified professional geologist certified in Virginia and Pennsylvania with more than 15 years' experience in environmental consulting, as well as managing and performing field services. Morgan holds a masters of science in geology from West Virginia University and is currently a licensed well driller certified in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia.

A-Z Environmental Services is a full-service environmental consulting, field service and contracting firm based in Charles Town. It qualifies as a U.S. Small Business Administration minority and woman-owned, disadvantaged small business.