Dr. Bill Bellamy
Sustainable Opportunities Summit - 2011 - Dr. Bill Bellamy Bio
Bill Bellamy, PhD, PE
Dr. Bellamy is an experienced and internationally recognized expert in total water management. He has experience managing and participating in over 200 water, wastewater, reuse and supply evaluations, designs, construction, and operations throughout the world.
Dr. Bellamy is a Fellow and Senior Vice President of Global Water Technologies at CH2M HILL. His career spans over 35 years and includes positions with Texaco, academia, US Environmental Hygiene Agency, and assignments with USEPA. He has led and participated in more than 200 water projects ranging in value from a few thousand dollars to over a billion; encompassing research projects to design, construction, and operations.
Most recently he
has dedicated time to development and application of sustainability processes and tools that will and have become the standard of practice for CH2M HILL's approach to water sustainability. Recent project involvement includes: Masdar the carbon neutral city being developed in Abu Dhabi: Luggage Point indirect potable reuse plant in Brisbane Australia; Twin Oaks water treatment plant in San Diego CA; sustainable nitrate removal Glendale, AZ.
Most recent participation in sustainability forums include, Panelist at the World Future Energy Conference in Abu Dhabi, Panelist at the World Bank Sustainable Cities Symposium, Panelist on the Future of Water, Economic Forum Wyoming.
Dr. Bellamy received his PhD in Civil (Environmental) Engineering from Colorado State University, his master's degree in civil (environmental) engineering from the University of Wyoming, and his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering (bio-medical) from University of Wyoming.
Dr. Bellamy is National Advisor to the University of Wyoming, member of USEPA Science Advisory Board - Homeland Security, past member of the USEPA National Drinking Water Advisory Council, past advisor to Denver University College of Environmental Policy and Management, as well as numerous national environmental and technical panels. He is a member of IWA, AWWA, WEF, ASCE, NSPE, and other specialty societies.