Stephen is well versed in calculating cost-effective and health protective cleanup goals for environmental media, such as soil, sediment, groundwater, air, and through bioaccumulation into all aspects of diet (plants, animals and fish). These bioaccumulation studies have included PCBs, dioxin and dioxin-like compounds, explosives (HMX and RDX), metals, and perchlorate.
Over the course of his career, Stephen has worked with a wide range of industries including petroleum, mining, manufacturing, munitions, firing ranges, medical waste and hazardous waste incinerators, and Open Burn Open Detonation facilities. He has experience with multiple chemical mixtures and complex chemical mixtures that have direct effects and can bioaccumulate.
Stephen is a recognized expert in vapor intrusion, a field he has worked in for over 20 years. He has also provided expert reports in support of litigation involving risk assessment, toxicology and human health for residential and commercial vapor intrusion sites, refinery wastes, landfills and toxic tort litigation.