Scott has more than 30 years of experience providing management and technical leadership for site investigations, Superfund remedial investigations, remedial actions, and green mining technology and application for a variety of federal, public, and private clients. His primary expertise is in the application of novel biotechnologies for the treatment of heavy metals in soil, sediments, and groundwater. He has served as program manager and principal investigator for CERCLA restoration programs at federal installations across the country. For these sites, he implemented innovative technical and management approaches to expediently identify environmental issues that may impact mission critical activities. In addition, Scott has worked with the EPA’s National Risk Management Research Laboratory in evaluating advanced remedial technologies for the clean-up of some of our nation’s most contaminated sites. He also has experience in alternative energy as a research scientist, having led coal characterization and oil shale laboratories for the development of synthetic fuels.