Tony has been a member of the Clean Air team for more than four years, and has been involved in projects ranging from field testing to laboratory studies. As an internal Consultant, he advocates for internal training and quality. As an external consultant, he provides regulatory expertise in source emissions monitoring and technical expertise in chemical transport and measurement phenomena. Tony manages projects for clients that are looking to improve pollution control at their facilities. He has experience in forming cross-company problem-solving teams made up of Clean Air personnel, facility personnel, and third-party vendors. These teams leverage test measurement data, facility data, and aggregate technical expertise to create viable solutions for improving pollution control and process efficiency. The primary focus of Tony's research and development experience has been measurement of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). Specifically, he has presented research on sampling techniques and best practice recommendations for manual methods and CEMS. Tony holds a B.S. in Biochemical Engineering with focus on Bioengineering and Environmental Engineering from Colorado School of Mines. Tony is also an active member of his local church's ministry team and actively helps expose underserved youth to opportunities for higher education.