O2 Environmental welcomes new TAG member

Jan. 26, 2015

EAST SUSSEX, England — O2 Environmental’s Technology Assessment Group (TAG) was created to bring together a wide range of experience and expertise to support clients in developing water industry strategies.

EAST SUSSEX, England — O2 Environmental announced Dr. Glen Daigger has joined the consultancy as a member of its Technology Assessment Group (TAG) of water technology experts, according to a press release.

O2 Environmental’s TAG was created to bring together a wide range of experience and expertise to support clients in developing water industry strategies, stated the release.

Daigger recently stepped down from his positions as chief technology officer at CH2M HILL and president of the International Water Association (IWA), continued the release.

The release reported that Daigger has over 30 years of experience in wastewater treatment plant evaluation, process design and troubleshooting with areas of expertise in treatment process design and biological wastewater treatment.

"We are delighted that Glen will be joining the O2 TAG, and I believe his vision and passion for water will be a fantastic addition to the group,” said O2 Environmental Managing Director Paul O’Callaghan.

Daigger will continue to independently consult through One Water Solutions, noted the release.

You can find the release here.

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