Thomas Hatton - Chief Executive Officer and Project Director
Tom has 30 years of leadership experience in the design and installation management of radon and vapor intrusion mitigation systems totaling approximately 10,500 combined commercial and residential properties. As Clean Vapor’s CEO and Project Director, he is responsible for providing leadership and direction in a rapidly changing and growing industry. With a background of developing detection equipment and implementing innovative mitigation technology, Tom has contributed to multiple state and national mitigation standards and guidance documents. Tom is a licensed NJDEP Radon Mitigation and Measurement Specialist and NEHA Radon Mitigation Provider. He has authored technical papers and guidance/fact sheets on energy efficient soil gas venting systems for new construction and existing buildings including an October 2012 paper on applying dynamic controls, active remote monitoring, and management of mitigation systems. For the last five years, his focus has been on developing Clean Vapor’s team and delivering precision building diagnostics, plan design and the integration of energy efficient dynamic controls and remote monitoring technology. Tom's full bio
Michael Fatone - Project Manager and Mitigation Specialist
Mike is a seasoned Radon and Vapor Intrusion Mitigation Specialist with a background in residential home construction, materials testing and commercial facilities management. He has over twelve years experience managing the installation of complex residential and commercial radon mitigation projects. His focus on installation quality and customer service has contributed to a strong client base and a solid reputation with homeowners, building mangers and those who facilitate real estate transfers. Mike spent three years working with the New Jersey based Clean Vapor management team and is experienced in all facets of mitigation system installation. He has been the key individual responsible for the mitigation of over 1,500 homes, schools and commercial sites including the Vapor Intrusion Mitigation of the US EPA’s Region II Headquarters in New Jersey.