John DiLoreto is currently Executive Director of the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association Nanotechnology SME Coalition. As Director of the Coalition, an open dialogue has been established with policymakers at the Environmental Protection Agency, Food and Drug Administration and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and the Coalition now enjoys a position as a key component in standard-setting discussions.
Mr. DiLoreto was instrumental in the formation and management of the American Chemistry Council’s Nanotechnology Panel which was the chemical industry’s first organized attempt to address scientific and regulatory issues related to nanoscale materials.
As a national leader in the effort to engage industry in nanotechnology environmental, health and safety (EHS) issues, Mr. DiLoreto is recognized by Lux Research as a key player in the nanotechnology EHS debate and has been identified as an industry expert in its highly influential research reports.
Prior to becoming a well-known expert on nanotechnology regulations and policy, Mr. DiLoreto was responsible for the development, operation and growth of a Hazardous Waste Services Program for a global environmental consulting firm. He managed technical professionals performing hazardous waste investigations at Department of Defense (DOD) and other federal facilities nationwide. Major activities centered on conducting preliminary assessments, remedial investigations, feasibility studies, risk assessments, remedial design and remedial construction.
Mr. DiLoreto was responsible for all project planning activities, site investigations, selection of remediation alternatives, schedule, and budget for multi-million dollar projects for the U.S. EPA on multiple National Priority Listing sites. Mr. DiLoreto’s environmental experience also includes conducting RCRA Facility Assessments at industrial and DOD facilities to evaluate hazardous waste management unit design and operation.
Mr. DiLoreto combines his BS degree in Chemical Engineering with technical professional experience in nanotechnology to provide a unique skill set which allows him to understand and advance the interests of the State of Washington.
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