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Paul Groff

Paul Groff is a Supervisory Scientist in the US EPA Office of Research and Development, National Risk Management Laboratory, Air Pollution Prevention and Control Division, (APPCD), Technical Services Branch (TSB). Mr. Groff received a B.S. in Physics from Duke University in 1988.

Area of Expertise
He worked as a contractor for EPA developing new pollution control technologies from 1988 to 1997 and became a federal employee in June 1997. He is the TSB Chief, the acting Division Quality Assurance Manager, the Division Technical Information Manager, the Division SEE Program Coordinator, and team leader of the Quality Assurance (QA) team where he concentrates on providing advice and assistance to APPCD’s Air Pollution Technologies Branch. His duties include overall responsibility for the APPCD metrology laboratory, the Fabrication and Machine Shop, the Electronics Shop, the VOC Laboratory, and the XRF Laboratory; he assists researchers with experimental design (focusing on accuracy of measurements), reviewing documents, conducting audits, preparing funding documents, and contracting issues.

Contact Information
Paul Groff (groff.paul@epa.gov)

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