AWWA-MI’s New Chair: Barbara Marczak, PE

October 22, 2015

Barbara Marczak, PE began her term as Chair of the Michigan Section of the American Water Works Association at its annual conference in September. Barbara has been an active member of AWWA-MI for years, serving on the Board of Trustees 2010–2013, as an officer since 2013, and as chair of the Membership Committee from 2001 through 2013.

In her new role, Barbara hopes to promote the value of water in Michigan and encourage more people to get involved in the Section’s activities and training events.

In her 28 years at Prein&Newhof, Barbara has worked to provide and/or improve municipal water supplies and distribution, wastewater treatment facilities, storm water management, hydrogeologic studies for municipal and private water supplies, treatment of drinking water, remediation of contaminated groundwater, and wellhead protection. She is passionate about all things water – dirty and clean!


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