Douglas W. Grosse has a B.A. in English literature from Ohio University and an M.S. in environmental engineering from the University of Cincinnati. He has worked as an Environmental Engineer at EPA in Cincinnati, Ohio, for the past 33 years. He obtained a Certified Electroplater-Finisher certification from the American Electroplaters and Surface Finishers Society in 1988. Mr. Grosse is currently working in EPA's National Risk Management Laboratory as a Senior Environmental Engineer. His past experience includes conducting in-house research at EPA's pilot plant facilities in wastewater and hazardous waste research; serving as pilot facility manager and project officer (Center Hill Laboratory); working with the Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) Program; serving as RCRA corrective action coordinator and providing technical assistance in Superfund; and providing RCRA and treatability study assistance, as an aqueous treatment specialist. Mr. Grosse has worked in the Technology Transfer Program by serving as a specialist in site remediation, corrective action, industrial wastewater treatment and environmental sustainability. Recent activities include: vapor intrusion, hardrock mining and the production of engineering issue papers. Mr. Grosse served in the Environmental Technology Assessment and Verification staff as a specialist in environmental technology assessments and the Project Officer for ETV's Advanced Monitoring Systems Center. Currently, Mr. Grosse works in the Remediation and Redevelopment Branch as a principal investigator and as an associate in the Engineering Technical Support Center.