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    RED Technologies, LLC Welcomes Lou Muratore as the Environmental Services Division Manager & Senior Project Manager

    Published on July 2nd, 2012


    Bloomfield, CT – RED Technologies, LLC is pleased to announce that Louis Muratore has joined the company as Senior Project Manager and Division Manager of Environmental Services. He brings to the position over 17 years of experience in the areas of environmental and regulatory compliance, environmental design and construction projects, general construction, environmental health and safety, site remediation, property investigation, project management and contract administration.

    Prior to joining RED-TECH, Muratore was a Senior Project Manager and Environmental Services Manager at ATC Associates, Inc. where he managed a staff of 8 full time PEs, LEPS, Project Managers, and Environmental Scientists. Throughout his career, Muratore has completed a multitude of large scale projects, among which include: Excavated 135 tons of contaminated soil for the USPS due to an emergency response reported to the CT DEP while also providing the tank removal, waste characterization, transportation, and disposal services for the job; Oversaw the installation of 25 different types of soil and groundwater treatment systems at various locations for a major retail oil client; And managed/provided senior review for a Phase I ESA of twenty two individual parcels for the proposed site of a new high school commissioned by the City of Waterbury Board of Education.

    Muratore specializes in a range of operations such as UST removal and replacement, emergency response, remedial system installation, environmental assessments, and hazardous waste management. He has a bachelor’s degree in Earth Science and Geology from Central Connecticut State University.