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| be Waste Wise | September 24, 2023

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Michael Keleman

Michael Keleman currently serves as Manager of Environmental Engineering for InSinkErator. He oversees current research projects to help understand and communicate the impacts of food waste disposers on wastewater treatment infrastructure and works with municipalities promoting the diversion of organics from landfills and resource recovery at wastewater treatment plants. He serves as a technical reviewer for Water Environment Federation publications, including such titles as Solids Process Design and Management, Biologic Nutrient Removal, and Moving Towards Resource Recovery Facilities. He also assists the Water Environment Research Foundation with oversight for research projects as a member of the Issues Area Team on Energy Production and Efficiency.

Mr. Keleman has over 20 years of experience in the wastewater field, starting at a laboratory in Lafayette, IN and progressing to supervision and management of Indiana facilities capable of treating from .3 MGD to 40 MGD, including treatment plants required to address combined sewer overflows. Mr. Keleman obtained a Bachelor of Science from Purdue University in Environmental Health Science and has a Master’s of Science in Environmental Engineering from the Milwaukee School of Engineering. He holds various certifications and licenses for water and wastewater treatment operations and is a Registered Environmental Health Specialist with the National Environmental Health Association.


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