He is currently CH2M HILL deputy Drinking Water Infrastructure Global Service leader, and will transition to Drinking Water Infrastructure Global Service leader in January 2012.
He will also join a prestigious panel of the United States’ top minds to provide advice to the EPA Administrator on the technical aspects of EPA’s national drinking water standards program.
“This is a great opportunity to help guide how the EPA regulates drinking water in the future, especially in trying to gain a balance between the cost of water and the respective impact on public health,” said Dr. Ford.
Dr. Ford has 25 years of experience in developing, evaluating, and designing treatment processes to remove a variety of contaminants from drinking water. He is a water treatment engineer and is an active member of the American Water Works Association.