Eric R. Litman M.S.
Mr. Litman has more than 20 years of experience in the field of environmental science, with a specialization in applied environmental chemistry. Since 2010 he has been a consulting scientist at NewFields working in support of industrial clients, state agencies and the federal government. During this time, he has conducted a variety of environmental site investigations focused on the chemical characterization of petroleum hydrocarbons, fuel distillates, coal tar, PCBs, dioxins, heavy metals, chlorinated solvents, and poly fluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS). From 2010 through 2015 he served as a laboratory program manager for NOAA’s Deepwater Horizon NRDA. Mr. Litman also consults on CERCLA cases with a focus on designing cost allocation models and assessing the liabilities of cost allocation participants. He has worked in a variety of laboratory settings as both an analytical chemist specializing in hydrocarbon chemistry and as a laboratory manager. His research interests include environmental policy, the history of industrial chemistry, the optimization of analytical techniques and the development of novel methods to measure emerging contaminants.
- M.S., Marine and Environmental Science, Northeastern University, 2018
- B.S., Environmental Science, Norwich University, 2000