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B’ville man given prestigious award

The New York Water Environment Association, a statewide nonprofit organization of water quality management professionals based in Syracuse, has awarded Mark R. Greene, of Baldwinsville, with the Milton T. Hill Award.

The New York Water Environment Association, a statewide nonprofit organization of water quality management professionals based in Syracuse, has awarded Mark R. Greene, of Baldwinsville, with the Milton T. Hill Award.

— The New York Water Environment Association, a statewide nonprofit organization of water quality management professionals based in Syracuse, has awarded Mark R. Greene, of Baldwinsville, with the Milton T. Hill Award, which recognizes outstanding contributions for improving the status of water pollution control personnel and operators through training and education.

The award was presented at NYWEA’s 84th Annual Meeting in February in New York City.

A NYWEA member for 12 years, Greene is past director and current board member of the Central Chapter. He is senior technical director at O’Brien and Gere in Syracuse with more than 28 years of professional experience providing leadership and technical guidance for wastewater and groundwater treatment applications that have included research field demonstrations, full-scale start-ups, computer modeling and process troubleshooting. His areas of expertise include municipal and industrial wastewater treatment as well as environmental process research and development.

Greene holds a PhD and a master’s in engineering from Cornell University. He also has a BS from Clarkson University. He is married to Cynthia Dowd Greene.

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