Environmental Science Division (EVS) a Division of Argonne National Laboratory
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Heidi M. Hartmann
Environmental Scientist/Team Lead
Risk-Based Radiation and Chemical Fate and Effects Team
(630)252-6487
Degree
M.S., Environmental Toxicology and Epidemiology, University of Minnesota, 1987.
Current Role
Environmental Scientist; Lead, Risk-Based Radiation and Chemical Fate and Effects Team, with responsibility for solar energy development programmatic environmental impact statement (PEIS) and follow-on projects.
Capabilities
Exposure, toxicity, and risk assessment for environmental contaminants; health and safety assessments for workers and the general public.
Career Highlights
  • Argonne project manager: PEIS for Solar Energy Development in Six Southwestern States (for Bureau of Land Management and DOE, released July 2012); development and management of follow-on work to establish long-term monitoring and appropriate mitigation for solar development locations.
  • Technical manager and health and safety assessor: Large EIS/PEIS projects related to energy development, including oil shale/tar sand, outer continental shelf renewable energy and alternate use, 230-kV transmission lines, trans-Alaskan pipeline renewal, and depleted uranium hexafluoride.
  • Author: Peer-reviewed assessments of cumulative risk, toxicity of chemical warfare agents, and risk of depleted uranium compounds.