B&V’s Rimer joins board of WateReuse Research Foundation
25 Mar 14 by desalination
Alan Rimer, director of water reuse for Black & Veatch, was recently elected to the WateReuse Research Foundation board of directors.
With a varied, 40-year career in environmental engineering, Rimer has been involved with planning and design for a variety of water reuse, water resources, wastewater treatment, solid waste management, and environmental management projects.
He has worked with local, state and the federal governments, as well as a wide variety of industries, across the United States, Asia, Europe and South America.
In addition to his professional work in the water industry, Rimer has also served as an elected and appointed public official, a member of several charitable boards and a faculty member at two universities.
Rimer earned a BS in Civil Engineering from Duke University, an MS in Environmental Engineering from the University of North Carolina and a PhD in Environmental Engineering from Duke University/Kennedy Western University.
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