Posted on 01/04/17
MONROE, N.C. (January 4, 2017) -- Ed Goscicki, Executive Director for Union County Public Works, has been elected President of the North Carolina Water Quality Association (NCWQA). He will serve a one-year term, beginning January 2017.
The NCWQA aims to protect public health and the environment efficiently and cost-effectively. The nonprofit association focuses its attention on critical regulatory, legal, and legislative issues facing public water, sewer, and stormwater utilities.
The Association is comprised of leadership from public utilities that own or operate municipal water, sewer, and stormwater utilities, as well as leading environmental/engineering consultants. It has 37 members, which represent roughly 70% of North Carolina’s population.
“I’m very honored to lead the North Carolina Water Quality Association in 2017,” said Goscicki. “We have an extremely talented and skilled group of professionals within the organization and I look forward to working with them to ensure our communities have clean, safe and affordable water for years to come.”
Brookes Versaggi Community Relations Manager
Department of Public Works
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Monroe, North Carolina 28112
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