Superfund Technology Liaison (STL) - Region 10
ORD - Office of Science and Policy
Environmental Scientist Kira Lynch is currently the Superfund and Technology Liaison in EPA’s Region 10 (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and 267 Indian Tribes), where she uses her expertise in characterizing environmental contamination to help evaluate and clean up hazardous waste sites. She is a member of the EPA Engineering Forum.
Prior to her current work, Lynch served for ten years as one of the Army Corps Innovative Technology Advocates. She has worked on numerous training efforts to provide cutting edge guidance on the use of innovative cleanup approaches. She has also been involved in the design and evaluation of several Department of Defense Environmental Security Technology Certification Program research projects and has served as an advisory committee member for the University of Washington NIEHS Superfund Research Program grant.
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