EPA Selects Navy’s Top Environmental Engineer To Lead Superfund Office

January 8, 2021
EPA has selected Larry Douchand, a long-time Navy environmental expert and nuclear engineer, to lead the agency’s Superfund office that oversees cleanup of the nation’s most contaminated hazardous waste sites. The action comes less than two weeks before President Donald Trump leaves office and fills a top EPA career spot after months without a director for the office, following the retirement of Jim Woolford from the slot early last year. Before he departed the agency, Woolford had led the Superfund...

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