Mickey Hartnett



 Mickey Hartnett

 Project Manager, Center for
 Hazardous Substance Research

 KSU National Tribal TAB Program



  • BSE, Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Environmental Engineering & Environmental Science, University of Florida

Areas of Interest and Expertise

Extensive experience in assessment, remediation and redevelopment/reuse of contaminated sites and properties, including Brownfields and Superfund Sites.  Experienced in working with federal, state and local governments, tribal nations, and rural communities.  Knowledge and experience of extensive waste programs, including multi-media contaminant fate and transport and expertise across multiple environmental programs.  Proven project and multi-disciplinary staff management background with skills in prioritizing, budgeting, scheduling, and managing stakeholder relationships. Facilitation, mediation and public speaking experience. Plan and conduct training programs, workshops and conferences. Twenty Five years of experience working for the US EPA in implementing and managing the RCRA Hazardous Waste Program, RCRA Corrective Action, Federal Facility RCRA and Superfund Remediations at DoD and DOE Facilities and EPA Brownfields Program.  Served as the EPA Region 8 Tribal Circuit Rider for solid and hazardous waste and brownfields programs for 12 years.  Working with the KSU Brownfields TAB program since 2014.  Have provided CERCLA 128(a) Tribal Response Program training for tribes Nationally to include Alaska Native Tribes.

Contact Information

2010 Durland Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506
voice: (605) 721-8088
e-mail: mickeyh@ksu.edu or envirofields@gmail.com