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Philip Egidi
Environmental Scientist at Environment Protection Agency

Profile

Phil is an Environmental Scientist/Health Physicist in the Radiation Protection Division at EPA Headquarters in Washington, DC with over 30 years of experience in radiological work. He has been at EPA for 7 years (late 2011-present.) His focus is on naturally occurring radioactive materials (NORM) and technologically enhanced NORM (TENORM) in industrial wastes and the environment. Job duties focus on regulations and guidance development. Phil serves on numerous committees relative to TENORM, including ICRP, IAEA, NCRP, ISCORS, HPS, and CRCPD. He is currently President of the Board of the Environment and Radon Section of the HPS. Prior to EPA, Phil spent 11 years (2000 – 2011) with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment in their Agreement State program working on licensing, inspection and incident response. His main focus was on uranium recovery, industrial uses of byproduct materials and TENORM. Phil also spent 11 years working with ORAU/ORISE/ORNL (1989-2000) in Grand Junction, CO working on uranium mill tailings cleanups and a variety of projects supporting DOE D&D projects from Cape Cod to Johnston Atoll. He started his radiological career working on cleanups of early Superfund and uranium mill tailings sites with a cleanup contractor and eventually picked up a survey meter with Bendix Field Engineering in Grand Junction during the early days of the UMTRCA project (1983 – 1985).

Agenda Sessions

  • Update on current international and national efforts on NORM regulation, inventory and guidance

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  • Achieving transparency and decision making for regulating and measuring risks for NORM and TENORM

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