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Recent Honors and Recognitions

David Sloan, Water and Wastewater Treatment, Fort Worth, was selected by WateReuse Texas as a recipient of the 2016 Ed Archuleta Award.

The award recognizes those who have made outstanding contributions in the field of water reuse within the State of Texas through the significant advancement of reuse, and who have demonstrated leadership in the reuse field. David received the award at the 6th Annual Water Reuse In Texas Conference in San Marcos. David’s nomination is notable for the support it received from professionals outside Freese and Nichols. 

WE&T, the magazine of the Water Environment Federation (WEF), published a paper about a Freese and Nichols project in its June issue. "Coarse screens open doors to better wet weather management " is co-authored by Erin Flanagan, Water/Wastewater Treatment, Dallas; Jason Cocklin, Treatment, Transmission and Utilities, Corpus Christi; and Regina Stencel of the City of Dallas. Their paper discusses the new Influent Pump Station at the Dallas Central Wastewater Treatment Plant, which houses some of the highest-capacity coarse screens in the country. Read the full paper on the WE&T website; a WEF membership login is required.

Congratulations to John Logan, Water/Wastewater Treatment, Fort Worth, on receiving the 2016 American Water Works Association (AWWA) Maverick Award. This award recognizes a young professional of the Texas Chapter who demonstrates leadership, community involvement and outstanding service in the water supply, treatment, operations and water quality sciences.

John serves as the Texas AWWA Young Professionals Chair and is pursuing a master's degree at the University of Texas at Arlington. John also helped organize our young professionals for the Habits of Highly Effective Young Professionals workshop.

Read the article about John's recognition published by TAWWA starting on page 12.

 

 

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