Mike Maddigan is an environmental chemist with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s (PADEP) Land Recycling Program (Act 2) in Harrisburg, PA. Since 2008, Mike has worked at PADEP focusing on human health and ecological risk assessment, vapor intrusion and the Uniform Environmental Covenants Act (UECA). Mike provides technical support for the administration of the Land Recycling Program (PA’s voluntary cleanup program) and has performed human health and ecological risk assessment reviews in support of Act 2 remediation projects throughout Pennsylvania. Mike also provides support with the administration of UECA, the development of an environmental covenant registry and the development of PADEP’s vapor intrusion guidance. Before joining PADEP, Mike served as an environmental scientist for 11 years with Gannett Fleming, Inc. in Camp Hill, PA. Mike’s duties at Gannett Fleming included managing projects for a variety of environmental investigations and site assessment projects along with performing human health and ecological risk assessment reviews and numerous field projects. Mike joined the ITRC Biofuels team in early 2009 and has served as the Fate and Transport Section subteam leader. This is Mike’s first experience working with ITRC. Mike earned a bachelor's degree in environmental resource management from Penn State University in 1993 in University Park, Pennsylvania and a master's degree in environmental pollution control in 1998 from Penn State University's Harrisburg, Pennsylvania campus.