Rapid growth brings with it increased responsibility. Applied Technology, Inc. has been extremely careful not to sacrifice the quality of our services for the sake of growth. We’ve added highly qualified members to our team to assure each customer receives the outstanding service that has always characterized Applied Technology, Inc.

The staff at Applied Technology, Inc. has been selected based on technical ability, but their personable traits are also a very important component to our success. We select confident individuals with polite and friendly demeanors to join the Applied Technology, Inc. team. Applied Technology, Inc. believes in encouraging career development with its staff, by providing senior level management support on all projects and encouraging continuing education.

Applied Technology, Inc. employs an accomplished professional staff, with rich and diverse backgrounds in both government and private sectors. Through a truly interdisciplinary approach, Applied Technology, Inc. is able to quickly and efficiently assemble integrated teams with the experience and skill sets necessary to address the customer’s needs in consulting, remediation, compliance, management, training and support areas.


The Applied Technology, Inc.’s management staff include a variety of professionals, including chemists, environmental scientists, hydrogeologists, and business managers, many of whom have been with Applied Technology, Inc. for more than ten years.



Tony Oatess


A 25-year veteran of the company, Mr. Oatess provides specialized environmental consultation and implementation services for hazardous waste analysis, management, mimimization, disposal, and recycling. He actively supervises all aspects of Applied Technology Inc.’s hazardous waste management activities from initial sampling to final disposition, to include detailed documentation. 

An expert in local, state and federal environmental regulations throughout the United States, he has helped craft unique, cost-effective solutions for the disposal of acutely toxic, hazardous, and explosive waste from generators in 38 states.

Mr. Oatess is experienced in the use of state-of-the-art sampling equipment, overseeing analysis; lab packaging chemicals, and removal, transportation and disposal of material regulated by both the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act and the Toxic Substances Control Act. From containerized solids to liquids to customers, he helps craft customized solutions to help manage the largest and most difficult waste streams.

A certified hazardous materials manager since 1993, Mr. Oatess also has completed the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s 40-hour hazardous waste operator training and refresher course. Mr. Oatess’ entire career, in fact, has been devoted to various aspects of chemical sampling and management with the lastest of the industry’s equipment and techniques. His experience gives him a critical eye when reviewing independent laboratory results as well as rendering reliable advice on hazardous waste management, transportation, and disposal.

His positive reputation and relationship with other professionals in the waste management industry enables him to effectively plan and negotiate the best and most cost-effective program for his customers.