Thomas E. Hatton is the Owner and Project Director of Clean Vapor, LLC and also the CEO of Vapor Dynamics, LLC. Â Tom has twenty-nine years of experience in design and installation management of radon and vapor intrusion mitigation systems totaling approximately 10,500 combined commercial and residential properties. In 1985, while working as a member of EPAâ€™s Region IV Technical Assistance Team, he pioneered one of the first models to effectively predict the attenuation of soil vapors into homes. He was a principle investigator on EPAâ€™s first radon research projects and is a licensed Radon Mitigation and Measurement Specialist. He is a contributing author to the 1995 New Jersey Radon Hazard Sub-Code, the proposed New Jersey Radon Hazard Sub-Code for Schools, the recently released National Mitigation Standards for Multi-Family Residential Buildings, National Mitigation Standards for Schools and Large Buildings and is currently working on the AARST/ANSI Soil Gas Mitigation Standards for Residential Homes. He has authored technical papers and guidance/fact sheets on energy efficient soil gas venting systems for new construction and existing buildings including both the NAVFAC Existing Building and New Construction Vapor Intrusion documents. In 2014, he published a paper on applying dynamic controls and active remote monitoring and management to mitigation systems. Tom has overseen the design and construction of soil depressurization systems in approximately 50 new schools and existing commercial buildings. For the last five years, his focus has been on precision building diagnostics, plan design and the integration of energy efficient dynamic controls and remote management and monitoring technology for commercial buildings and vapor impacted communities.Â Tom has a BS in Natural Science from Bryan College, Dayton, TN. Â
Tom’s Contact Info: Â Phone: Â 908-362-5616. Â E-mail: email@example.com .
Tom’s 1st presentation is: Â Â Designing Effective and Efficient Vapor Mitigation SystemsÂ
This 1st presentation is on Day 1, Â Apr 28 at 1:45-2:30.
Tom’s 2nd presentation is: The Effect of Weather on Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Systems and Why Active Management is So ImportantÂ
This 2nd presentation is on Day 2: Â 3:15-4:00.