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rocky mountain view 12 | RUMBLES SEPTEMBER 2015 RMWEA President, continued from page 8 informed and hope to see many of you there. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the volunteers who serve on the Execu-tive Board, Committee Chairs/members, and the members of the RMWEA. Because of you, RMWEA is financially stable and able to give back by organiz-ing seminars, operator schools, and conferences. Whether you are an operator, engineer, pretreatment inspector, laboratory analyst, or any other professional working in the water industry, you are the reason we exist. You should be proud of what you do. Some time ago, with help from my cousin who was a wastewater engineer, I decided to pursue a wastewater career. I feel very fortunate that I was able to be persistent and do what I love to do working at the wastewater facility. I also thank Melissa Essex Elliot, the RMSAWWA Chair, for her support and leadership with the Joint Governing Board. Melissa helped me see the “softer” side of the water profession. Please help me welcome your new RMWEA President, Jeffrey Berlin. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Jeff for many years, and I am confident he will be great leader of this organization. Good luck Jeff! Minal juz rok a wydaje sie jakby kilka dni dopiero. Dziekuje wszystkim! (It’s been a year, but seems like just a few days. Thank you all!) Thank you all for having me as your President. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. You can reach me at estecuddin@mwrd.dst.co.us or 303.286.3105. Edyta Stec-Uddin is a Senior Operations and Maintenance Engineer at the Metro Wastewater Reclamation District in Denver. She holds a master’s degree in environmental engi-neering and is a registered professional engineer, a certified water professional, and Class A wastewater plant operator in Colorado. RMSAWWA Chair, continued from page 10 I’ve had the opportunity to serve as the Chair of the Rocky Mountain Section of AWWA for the last year and have enjoyed leading our Section and working with you. When I set out a year ago, my goal was to share my passion for our industry with you while encouraging others to do the same with their friends, neighbors, and customers. If you can share how you value water with others, I firmly believe that we can be not only understood, but supported as well. Melissa Essex Elliott is Assistant Director of Public Affairs at Denver Water, where she directs the utility’s government and stakeholder relations and conservation programs. S o l u t i o n s f o r : I n d u s t r i a l Wa s t e S t r e ams  Ma n u f a c t u r i n g  F o o d & Be v e r a g e Mu n i c i p a l Wa s t ewa t e r  Co l l e c t i o n Sy s t ems  Pr e -Tr e a tme n t Pr o g r ams Mi n i n g Wa s t e St r e ams Re f i n e r y Wa s t e St r e ams St o rm Wa t e r Ca t c h Ba s i n s 970-586-3391  888-823-7404 sales@biolynceus.com  www.biolynceus.com Bio Lynceus Environmental Solutions for Waste Water Providing Solutions Since 1994


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