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Jacob Hammack recently joined SW’s project planning team as an Engineering Technician. He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and has a strong background in modeling, drafting and coding. In addition to playing an integral role in SW’s preliminary project assessments and feasibility studies, Jacob will support our company IT and plant operational oversight needs. Jacob has a love for the outdoors and spent his childhood exploring the many opportunities in nature that Virginia has to offer. He has been interested in sustainable ways of living since high school, wind and solar energy being […]
We are excited to announce that our SW team has expanded again and pleased to introduce our newest member, Lynn Gittelman. Lynn comes on staff as our Business Operations Manager and as such she will work with corporate communications, business development as well as internal operations. Lynn has an extensive background in marketing, membership, project management and organizational management. She’s happily married and the mother of two boys, ages 12 and 16. In her free time, Lynn is heavily involved in leadership roles in both children’s schools. Lynn enjoys yoga and is an avid runner. WELCOME to the team, Lynn!
The International District Energy Association (IDEA) has recognized Emory University of Atlanta, GA with the 2018 IDEA Innovation Award for its wastewater reclamation and reuse system, “WaterHub”, in collaboration with Sustainable Water. Bob Salvatelli, Director of Sales at Sustainable Water & Joan Kowal, Senior Director of Energy and Utilities at Emory University accepted the award on behalf of Emory University at the 109th Annual IDEA Conference and Trade Show in Vancouver, BC. The IDEA Innovation Award is an annual competition started in 2015 that is intended to recognize achievement of energy and water savings and collaboration among IDEA member systems […]
Sustainable Water is pleased to announce its newest team member, Jim Barton, who will serve as a Construction Project Manager. Jim has nearly 20 years’ experience in construction management and 10 years’ experience as a Construction Inspector. Jim’s expertise is in the design-build of water treatment and conveyance systems. Some of his more recent projects include municipal wastewater treatment plant upgrades, sanitary and combined sewer overflow projects, pump station installations and large sewer trunk installations. Jim will be an integral part of the construction project management and preconstruction teams. We are thrilled to welcome Jim to the Sustainable Water family […]
Early this month Sustainable Water hosted a tour at the Emory WaterHub as part of the EcoDistricts Summit. More than 30 people arrived to take a behind the scenes look at what has become a model for sustainable water and wastewater management within the city of Atlanta. Known as the first decentralized ecological water reclamation system in the U.S., the tour focused on the resiliency that decentralized wastewater systems can offer to bulk water consumers. Resiliency, cost savings, and sustainability were themes that resonated throughout the audience and examples of how the WaterHub has achieved these goals were presented. The […]