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David E. Leland

Assistant Executive Officer

Waters Corporation

HQ Phone:  (508) 478-2000

Direct Phone: (971) ***-****direct phone

Email: d***@***.com

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Waters Corporation

34 Maple Street

Milford, Massachusetts,01757

United States

Company Description

For over 5O years, Waters Corporation (NYSE:WAT) has created business advantages for laboratory-dependent organizations by delivering practical and sustainable innovation to enable significant advancements in such areas as healthcare delivery, environmental ma...more

Background Information

Employment History

Manager, Water Program, Office of Environmental Public Health

Department of Human Services


Head of Oregon's Drinking Water Program and Chief

Association of State Drinking Water Administrators


Affiliations

CitySoft Inc

Board Member


Web References(50 Total References)


Coalition Memberships - The League of Women Voters of Oregon

lwvor.org [cached]

Group Contacts: Dave Leland (971-673-0415; david.e.leland [at] state.or.us), and Diane Weis (diane.weis [at] state.or.us; 971-673-0427)


www.ukiahdailyjournal.com

As Water Board Assistant Executive Officer David Leland explained, "The permit that we're developing will address the discharges of waste from these activities," while in the process remaining neutral and not asking questions about the legality of any cultivation.
Hiring is currently still underway to staff the program, and should be done by the end of this month, according to Leland. As described by Leland, at a presentation in Yreka, several weeks ago, "The office of enforcement has been talking to boards of supervisors and sheriffs in several counties in both Regions 1 and 5 to learn about their current task forces and marijuana enforcement programs, and discuss ways we can work together with our increased program resources." However, the program isn't focusing on enforcement. Instead, as Leland explained, "Our regulatory program will apply to persons cultivating marijuana on private lands, and it will include conditions and provisions for site development, maintenance, operations, and cleanup as applicable. Said Leland, describing the program and the work the board has done to roll it out, "We're excited about this opportunity to really raise the awareness of the impacts of these activates and to work with the communities to address them."


www.asdwa.org

Participating Member: Dave Leland (OR)Dave Leland - Oregon Department of Human Resources


Association of State Drinking Water Administrators - About ASDWA

asdwa.citysoft.com [cached]

Dave Leland, Oregon Department of Human Services - Health ServicesParticipating Member: Dave Leland (OR)AWWA Journal Editorial Advisory BoardParticipating Member: Dave Leland (OR)Technical and Education CouncilDave Leland - Oregon Department of Human Resources


www.bakercityherald.com

Until a treatment system is constructed and fully operating, residents will be sitting on "pins and needles," said David Leland, the Oregon Health Authority's interim director of the Center for Health Protection.
Leland assured the councilors that a UV treatment system is "still an option" that would comply with a 2006 federal rule requiring cities that don't filter their water, such as Baker City, to add a treatment method that deals with crypto, which is resistant to the chlorine the city now adds to its water as a disinfectant.


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