Ed Moreen is a licensed Civil Engineer in Idaho and a 1994 graduate of Washington State University in Civil/Environmental Engineering. Ed has worked for the EPA since 2003. Prior to joining EPA, he was employed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a project engineer working at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, civil works projects, and Bunker Hill Superfund Site. Ed's current responsibilities include management and upgrade of the Central Treatment Plant, in Kellogg and investigating contaminated sediment transport in the Lower Coeur d'Alene River Basin. Ed has co-authored several formal presentations and posters including: Channel-Floodplain Sediment Dynamics and the Redistribution of Contaminated Mine Wastes in the Lower Coeur D'Alene River, Idaho — River Restoration Northwest, January 2012; Channel-Floodplain Sediment Dynamics and the Movement of Contaminated Mine Wastes in the Lower Coeur D'Alene River, Idaho — ASCE, Water Resources Congress 2014; Bunker Hill Mining and Metallurgical Complex Superfund Site Transformations of the Landscape — National Association of Remedial Project Managers 2012. In 2013 Ed was a member of recipient teams for The Superfund Team of the Year and National Notable Achievement Award for Community Engagement. He was personally awarded the 2014 Silver Eagle Award "Communicator of the Year Award" for EPA Region 10.