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Dr. Anthony Moscati


Prior to the formation of Seneca Environmental, Dr. Moscati was the Managing Director for Permitting for Florida First Processing, Inc., an $85 million hazardous waste incineration and treatment facility proposed for central Florida. A developer of the project, Dr. Moscati took primary responsibility for permitting and technical issues related to the siting and design of this major, state-of-the-art facility. This included not only preparation of the RCRA Part B permit application but also 19 separate air permit applications. This high-visibility project required that Dr. Moscati meet in negotiations on various occasions with the Governor of Florida and his senior environmental policy aides, including the head of the Department of Environmental Protection.

From 1984 to 1990, Dr. Moscati was Senior Vice President for Hazardous Waste Management for Kemron Environmental Services, a full-service environmental firm with offices throughout the eastern half of the U. S. In his six years with the company he started and managed the firm's hazardous waste management practice comprising environmental audits, site investigations, remedial design and site cleanups.

With respect to remedial investigations, Dr. Moscati has directed air, soil and groundwater sampling activities, supervised analyses of the type and extent of contamination at sites, and managed the development of remedial plans. He has also been involved in the evaluation of potential health and environmental risks associated with such contaminants as volatile and semi-volatile organics, PCBs, asbestos and heavy metals. Remedial technologies employed included in-situ bioremediation, ex-situ bioremediation, incineration, stabilization and fixation, physical separation, excavation with off-site disposal, and soil attenuation. His earlier experience also includes substantial work done under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), generally involving the preparation and review of Environmental Impact Statements (EISs).


1975 Doctorate in Environmental Science and Engineering, UCLA

1973 Masters in Planetary and Space Physics, UCLA

1969 Bachelors in Physics, Holy Cross College



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