David Sloan Named Vice President of WateReuse Texas
Congratulations to David Sloan, PE, BCEE, on being named vice president of WateReuse Texas.
David accepted the nomination on July 8, starting a two-year term as vice president. He’ll then serve two years as president. Last year, he completed a three-year term as a WateReuse Texas trustee.
Advancing Water Reuse
David has been a leader in the water reuse field for more than 25 years, participating in trailblazing projects that include industrial and irrigation uses and potable applications. He is widely recognized for his role as project manager and technical leader on the first direct potable reuse facility in North America: the Colorado River Municipal Water District’s Raw Water Production Facility in Big Spring, Texas.
David has pioneered work in potable water reuse, and he has produced a rich body of articles, presentations and feasibility studies that guides other professionals in applying reuse principles. David recently received the WEAT/WateReuse Texas Alan Plummer Environmental Sustainability Award, recognized his contribution to reuse applications and science.
He has participated in the annual WateReuse Association Symposium for the past 15 years, as well as numerous state conferences, specialty conferences and other events, including the American Membrane Technology Association’s 2018 Congressional and U.S. EPA Briefing in Washington, D.C.
David is active in numerous other professional groups serving the water industry: The Water Environment Association of Texas, American Academy of Environmental Engineers, American Water Works Association, Water Environment Federation and American Membrane Technology Association.