Edward F. NeuhauserEd works for National Grid, an electric and gas utility, as the Principal Environmental Engineer in the Environmental Affairs Department in Syracuse, NY. His principal area of work is in the remediation of manufactured gas plant (MGP) sites, particularly with understanding polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) and cyanide chemistry and toxicology in sediments and soils. Recent research efforts have focused on understanding the true bioavailability of PAH's in sediments, demonstrating that PAH bioavailabilty is often greatly reduced by the presence of carbon in sediments. Ed's degrees are from the SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry in soil biochemistry.