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Fred DiLella

Assessment Manager

DEQ

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DEQ

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Employment History

Water Compliance Manager

Department of Environmental Quality


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www2.newsadvance.com

Fred DiLella, DEQ's regional water compliance manager, said the city would meet with state officials to determine what, if any, action to take.
The city is not at fault for the power failure, he noted. The wastewater plant is required to have two power sources, a primary and backup, but both were knocked out by the storm. "This was just an anomaly," DiLella said.


www2.newsadvance.com

Fred DiLella, DEQ's regional water compliance manager, said the city would meet with state officials to determine what, if any, action to take.
The city is not at fault for the power failure, he noted. The wastewater plant is required to have two power sources, a primary and backup, but both were knocked out by the storm. "This was just an anomaly," DiLella said.


www.wmdt.com

Fred Di Lella with DEQ's Lynchburg office says they're surprised by the results.


www.dailypress.com

"We were pretty surprised," said Fred Di Lella, water compliance and assessment manager for the DEQ's Lynchburg office.


www.whsv.com

Fred Di Lella with DEQ's Lynchburg office says they're surprised by the results.


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