MISSOULA, Mont. -- CLEARAS Water Recovery, a provider of chemical-free nutrient recovery technologies for municipal and industrial customers, has named Autumn Fisher as its new regional director of project delivery. This announcement coincides with the company’s growth in the Midwest region.
Fisher will be responsible for managing customer relationships and liaising between customer and project teams from initial contract through commissioning. Her duties will include the integration and execution of engineering, scheduling, budget oversight, procurement, construction, start-up and training for projects.
“We are thrilled to announce the addition of Autumn to our team,” said CLEARAS Water Recovery CEO Jordan Lind. “Her experience in the industry, track record of success and character will help guide our Midwest team as we continue to grow. Autumn’s combination of leadership and passion for the industry, paired with her expertise in water quality, make her an ideal fit for fueling the CLEARAS momentum in the Midwest.”
Fisher, who is a certified Advanced Wastewater Operator in the state of Wisconsin, brings more than 10 years of experience, most recently serving as superintendent of the Fond du Lac Regional Wastewater Treatment and Resource Recovery Facility. After receiving her bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh and master’s degree in project management from the University of Wisconsin – Platteville, she served in various roles, becoming well-recognized and respected as a leader in water reclamation in the Great Lakes region.
Added Fisher, “I have been a strong supporter of the CLEARAS technology since learning about it several years ago. CLEARAS represents the true embodiment of innovation and resource recovery in water reclamation and I am beyond excited to now call myself a member of their team.”
ABOUT CLEARAS WATER RECOVERY
CLEARAS Water Recovery is the leading provider of advanced, chemical-free and biologically-based water treatment technologies for municipal and industrial point source dischargers. Our proprietary technology leverages a zero-waste, biological process to effectively remove nitrogen, phosphorus and other harmful nutrients found in municipal and industrial water discharge and wastewater effluent.
CLEARAS Water Recovery is currently in the build-out phase of a 4 million gallon per day treatment facility in North Salt Lake City, UT. In 2017 the Company was listed in Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in the United States. CLEARAS recently expanded its commercial reach by adding industry leading representative firms in New England, the Chesapeake Bay and Michigan.