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Longtime New Mexico environmental advocate Pete Maggiore joined the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Los Alamos Site Office this week as Deputy Assistant Manager for the Environmental Projects Office.
Maggiore, a Certified Professional Geologist with a masters degree in geology, brings more than 28 years of experience in environmental management, hydrogeology and geology.
From July 1998 through August 2002, he served as Secretary for the New Mexico Environment Department.
“Pete’s experience and insight into environmental management - from the field and as a regulator – adds a valuable element to our environmental program,” said LASO Manager Kevin Smith, “and we are very glad he is joining our team.”
His primary responsibilities are to function as the Chief Operating Officer in managing the legacy cleanup and RCRA permitting for Los Alamos National Laboratory. He reports to George Rael, Assistant Manager for LASO’s Environmental Projects Office.
“Pete’s familiarity with our cleanup efforts,” said Rael, “and the regulations that help steer our work make him a great fit. He has also developed positive relationships with many of our public stakeholders and that is important.”
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