ROGER HARRINGTON JOINS THE INSTITUTE OF WATER BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Posted: Friday 2nd September 2011

The Institute of Water is pleased to announce that Roger Harrington has joined its Board of Directors with immediate effect.

The Institute is the only professional body that is solely dedicated to supporting the careers of people working in the UK water industry and Roger will join the board of directors who have overall responsibility for governance, policy and strategic matters.

Roger Harrington is a Chartered Civil Engineer and Chartered Environmentalist with a long career in the water industry working for water companies. He started his career designing and building water and waste water assets, moved on to operational management and joined his present company Sembcorp Bournemouth Water in 1993 as Head of Engineering. In 1997 he became Technical Director with responsibility for engineering services and operations and took over as Managing Director in 2010. Roger has been a member of the Institute of Water for seventeen years and is a former President of South West Area.

Speaking about the appointment Roger said: “This is a great Institute for people connected in any way to the water industry and I am proud to be a member. I feel honoured to be asked to join the Board and look forward to making some contribution to the furthering of its aims and objectives.”

Nick Ellins, President of the Institute of Water commented: "The Institute of Water is the professional body of choice for people who want to achieve the very best from their water industry career. With the addition of Roger Harrington's wide experience and valuable perspective, we will be able to do even more to ensure that Institute of Water members get targeted, career effective support and value for money.”




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