Valued Work on WWEMA Board Earns Dyson Member Achievement Award

John Dyson of Aqua-Aerobic Systems Inc. is recognized for his distinctive service this year on the WWEMA Board of Directors, Executive Committee, Legislative & Regulatory Committee and Investment Committee.

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Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association Chair Tammy Bernier honored John Dyson with the 2016 James C. Morris Member Achievement Award at WWEMA’s 108th annual meeting this month in Orlando, Florida.

Dyson is the product channel manager of AquaPrime at Aqua-Aerobic Systems Inc.

The James C. Morris Member Achievement Award is presented each year to a WWEMA member for significant contributions that benefit the water and wastewater industry while adhering to the mission of the association.

In presenting the award, Bernier cited Dyson’s outstanding service to WWEMA throughout the year, including his contributions as a WWEMA board member, treasurer on the WWEMA Executive Committee, chairman of the Legislative & Regulatory Committee, and member of the WWEMA Investment Committee.

Dyson is a longtime member of WWEMA and has served on its Board of Directors since 2011. He also represents WWEMA to many outside organizations, most notably as chair of the Water and Environment Federation Manufacturers and Representatives Committee where he works closely with manufacturers and WEF to ensure the best possible opportunities for business growth and development at WEFTEC and other events.

Since 1908, WWEMA has informed, educated and provided leadership on issues that shape the future of the water and wastewater industry. Its member companies supply products and technologies, offering solutions to water-related environmental problems facing today’s society. For more information, visit wwema.org.



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