Our unique Center of Excellence includes Utility Operations and Policy specialties to provide water quality professionals and government officials an experienced and focused team of experts, research and best practices that they can rely on to keep them compliant with evolving regulations.
Erica is the director of environmental policy & programs at 120Water. Walker joined 120Water in late 2018 from Indiana Finance Authority, where she managed a statewide drinking water lead sampling program for public schools. She also has worked for the Water Quality Research Program for the city of Bloomington, Ind. and in the Air, Pesticides, Toxins Management Division of the US Environment Protection Agency. She holds Master’s degrees in Environmental Science and Public Affairs from Indiana University.
Tom joined 120Water as vice president of business development. In this role, he identifies and helps build new technology solutions in the water utility sector as it faces expanded regulatory requirements. Bruns has more than 45 years of experience in the water and wastewater field, most recently serving as the president of Aqua Indiana, a part of Aqua America (“WTR”), the nation’s second largest publicly traded water utility. Prior to his tenure with Aqua, Bruns served as vice president of business development for Indianapolis Water Company from 1989 to 2002, and deputy director of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources in the late 1980s.
Our goal is to provide water quality professionals and government officials an experienced and focused team of experts, research, and best practices that they can rely on to keep them compliant with evolving regulations.Read More
The first episode of our podcast is about the search for lead pipes in American drinking water systems and a group of bright children in Detroit who built a robot to help the city more efficiently locate lead service lines in their neighborhoods.Read More
EPA’s Office Enforcement & Compliance Assurance issued a 7-page memo outlining their enforcement priorities and guidance to state agencies as every organization in the U.S. struggles to protect workers and customers, adapt to support a remote workforce, combat misinformation about water quality and prepare for future impacts.Read More