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PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

Master of Science (MSc), Geology of the Land and Resources.
I acquired a lot of experience (2 years) in Rome in the installation and management of Pump and Stock systems, Pump and Treat, pneumatic pumps, measuring systems for soil gas, water and electrical connection systems for environmental remediations of ENI pipeline, subject to fuel break-in.
I have acquired great skills in the execution and coordination of activities of geognostic surveys, removing polluted soil, environmental monitoring and sampling.
I had previous experience in Milan, working for the same company. I coordinated and managed the reclamation of active and decommissioned TotalErg fuel sales points. Writing about technical reports (monitoring reports) and Operational Safety plans (POS).

I am currently carrying out technical support activities for customer assistance on Zonabit software for the production of school timetable and work shifts.
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I have the license to practice the profession of geologist

Experience in the study of Radon Indoor and Gas Sampling released from the soil.

Drone VL license

Matteo Laudato - geologo Matteo Laudato - geologo
WORKING EXPERIENCE AND STAGE
Matteo Laudato - geologo Matteo Laudato - geologo Experience in the study of Radon Indoor and Gas Sampling released from the soil.

  • Thesis of Bachelor of Science (BSc), Earth Sciences: Study of the geological survey of the area of Vallerano-source Laurentina (south of Rome) and geochemical study in order to analyze the concentrations of radon in some samples of the depositional sequence of the Alban Hills. Indoor Radon measurements have also been made with a Radonometer in a fixed residential area of Vallerano in order to understand of the risk of radon.
    2015 - Analysis of Indoor Radon gas with CR39 dosimeters in private buildings sites in the south of Rome (Italy).
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The radon decay products are found in airborne particulate present in indoor environments that man holds in the bronchi. This can cause damage to the DNA in lung tissue due to the energy released by the alpha particles emitted during the decay. Therefore it may happen that a part of the DNA remains damaged favoring the onset of tumors. Obviously the higher to the amount of radon present in closed environments greater is the risk of damage to the DNa and thus the risk of cancer. Among the damage to the tissue and the onset of a tumor can spend years or decades. The International Agency for Research on Cancer in 1988 the WHO has classified radon and its decay products among the substances for which there is the greatest evidence of carcinogenicity to humans (Group 1).

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Matteo Laudato - geologo