Introduction to Dajak®

Dajak, in conjunction with the companies it represents, provides technical solutions to challenges faced by the environmental consulting community. Dajak can be a valuable partner to consultants and providers of site characterization and remediation technologies, as we have intimate knowledge of leading edge technologies, their appropriate applicability and their advantages and limitations. Our customers include national and regional consulting firms and federal and state governments.

Dajak participates in the Battelle Remediation Conferences, Clemson University Hydrogeology Symposium, SERDP/ESTCP Partners Conference, USEPA/USACE Remediation Construction Conference, USEPA Brownfields Conference, USEPA Region 3 RCRA Corrective Action Workshop, the University of Massachusetts Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Water Conference and the NGWA Fractured Rock Conference.

Dajak technologies fall into two categories: site characterization and remediation.

Characterization

Remediation

Key Personnel

Mark Kluger is the founder and president of Dajak. Mark received a B.A. in Natural Sciences, providing him with a strong background in chemistry, physics and material sciences. Mark has extensive experience selling and marketing innovative remedial systems and field analytical and data acquisition, sampling and measurement instrumentation.

Mark Kluger is an active member of the Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council (ITRC) and Sustainable Remediation Forum (SURF). Mark is a former president of the Delaware Valley Section of the American Industrial Hygiene Association.

Mark has been a guest lecturer at Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering, Villanova University, Millersville University and Temple University.

Mark has presented technical papers at many professional conferences and workshops including the NGWA Fractured Rock Conference, USEPA Region 3 RCRA Corrective Action Workshop, Clemson University Hydrogeology Symposium, the University of Massachusetts Contaminated Soils, Sediments and Water Conference and the Battelle Remediation Conferences in Baltimore and Monterey.