August 13, 2013 > Sanitary District announces new Deputy General Manager
Sanitary District announces new Deputy General Manager
Submitted By Michelle Powell
Union Sanitary District (USD) is pleased to announce that Ed McCormick has joined the District as its Deputy General Manager. Mr. McCormick will work on a variety of District programs and planning efforts over the next year, leading to his eventual transition to the General Manager position.
"Ed is well-known for his leadership and service to our industry. The District is fortunate to have him on board," says General Manager Richard Currie. "Ed's extensive experience in the planning, design and construction of wastewater facilities will be valuable to USD as we prepare for the future needs of the Tri-Cities."
Mr. McCormick previously worked at East Bay Municipal Utilities District (EBMUD) for nearly 30 years, ending his tenure there as the Manager of Wastewater Engineering. He holds leadership positions in several professional organizations that focus on the wastewater industry, including his current role as Vice-President of the Water Environment Federation, a national organization focused on water quality issues. Over the years, he has helped to develop guidelines for effective utility management and sustainability.
"I am very excited to join the USD team," says McCormick. "The District has a world-class workforce that is dedicated to protecting public health and San Francisco Bay, and I look forward to continuing USD's proud tradition of providing cost-effective, award-winning service to our customers."
Mr. McCormick holds Masters Degrees in Environmental Engineering and Public Administration, and is a licensed California civil engineer and a certified value engineer. He has lived in the Bay Area since 1978.
For more information, visit unionsanitary.ca.gov.