News | January 4, 2019

AMTA Announces The Election Of Ten Members To Its Board Of Directors

The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA), America’s Authority in Membrane Technology, is pleased to announce the election of ten members to the Board of Directors. The newly elected Board Member will be seated on the Board on March 1, 2019 and serve for two years. AMTA’s mission is to promote, advocate and advance the understanding and application of membrane technology to create safe, affordable and reliable water supplies, and to treat municipal, industrial, agricultural and waste waters for beneficial use. To fulfill that mission the Board of Directors has three Divisions to best represent the membership.

The results of the recent election are:

Division I – Public Agencies, Industrial Users, Regulatory Agencies and Water Suppliers to End User:

  • Randal Braker, Duck River Utility Commission, Tullahoma, TN
  • Don Flanagan, The Procter & Gamble Company, West Chester, OH
  • Jill Miller, City of Bozeman WTP, Bozeman, MT
  • Eric Owens, West Basin Municipal Water District, Carson, CA

Division II – Company/Corporate (Manufacturers, Suppliers, Consultants, Engineers & Architects):

  • Brent Alspach, Arcadis, Carlsbad, CA
  • Steven D. Coker, Dow Water & Process Solutions, Lake Jackson, TX
  • Lynne Gulizia, Toray Membrane USA, Inc., Poway, CA
  • Russ Swerdfeger, Evoqua Water Technologies, LLC, Colorado Springs, CO

Division III – Associates (Individuals, Additional Affiliate of Div. I or II/ University & College Professors):

  • Julia Nemeth-Harn, Harn R/O Systems, Venice, FL
  • Christine Owen, Hazen and Sawyer, Tampa, FL

About The American Membrane Technology Association
The American Membrane Technology Association’s mission is to promote, advocate and advance the understanding and application of membrane technology to create safe, affordable and reliable water supplies, and to treat municipal, industrial, agricultural and waste waters for beneficial use. AMTA provides broad opportunities for the exchange of technical, operational and financial information among individuals and organizations interested in membrane technologies. As the leading advocate of membrane processes in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Central America, AMTA is a strong voice for regulatory and legislative reforms essential to the understanding, acceptance and utilization of membrane technologies. For more information, visit www.amtaorg.com.

SOURCE: The American Membrane Technology Association