George S. Logan, director of Environmental Management and Government Relations for Aquarion Water Company, will discuss natural resources and the land management in terms of source protection and watershed management as it relates to Aquarion with Nutmeg TU Tuesday, Nov. 18.
The meeting will be held from 7-9 p.m. at Port 5, 69 Brewster St., Bridgeport. Pizza will be sold, and there will be a raffle.
Logan earned a Bachelor of Science Degree (1991) in Engineering from Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut and a Master of Science Degree (1995) in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Bridgeport. He has recently taken on the role of Director of Environmental Management and Government Relations for Aquarion Water Company (Aquarion) of Connecticut. He is responsible for leadership and support roles related to government relations and environmental functions related to sustainability programs, alternative energy programs as well as watershed maintenance, law enforcement, source protection, environmental compliance, natural resources management, and community outreach programs.
Prior to taking on this new position with Aquarion, Logan was responsible for leadership and support roles in all aspects of water utility engineering. In other previous roles with Aquarion, Logan was also responsible for supervision of Aquarion’s land survey, CAD drafting and design functions and was in charge of Corporate Purchasing for the entire Company.
Aquarion is the public water supply company for more than 625,000 people in 50 cities and towns throughout Connecticut, as well as serving customers in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. It is the largest investor-owned water utility in New England and among the seven largest in the U.S. Based in Bridgeport-CT, it has been in the public water supply business since 1857. Across its operations, Aquarion strives to act as a responsible steward of the environment and to assist the communities it serves in promoting sustainable practices. For more information on Aquarion Water Company, please feel free to visit www.aquarionwater.com or www.facebook.com/aquarionwater.Tags: Aquarion, general meeting, land management, natural resources, water quality