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Introduction to Environmental Management: for the NEBOSH Certificate in Environmental Management Paperback – 2 Apr 2013
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About the Author
Brian Waters, PhD, BSc, Fellow Royal Society of Chemistry, Fellow Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, Member Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment, Member Chartered Management Institute. Brian spent 15 years in the water supply industry, covering water treatment and supply, waste water and industrial waste treatment and various other tasks.
He joined the National Rivers Authority as Regional Water Manager for the Midlands, then became an Area Manager responsible for all NRA functions in the East Midlands and remained in that position with the formation of the Environment Agency, having management responsibility for all the functions. Brian later moved back to the Midlands Regional Office as Regional Water Manager covering flood protection, water resources and fisheries and in total, spent about another 13 years in senior management roles.
Since leaving the EA Brian has worked in training and consultancy, mainly in water quality and climate change issues.