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Lynn Stovall

President

American Water Works Association

HQ Phone:  (303) 794-7711

Email: l***@***.org

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American Water Works Association

6666 W. Quincy Avenue

Denver, Colorado,80235

United States

Company Description

Established in 1881, the American Water Works Association is the largest nonprofit, scientific and educational association dedicated to managing and treating water, the world's most important resource. With approximately 50,000 members, AWWA provides solutions...more

Background Information

Employment History

General Manager, Greenville Water System

Water For People


General Manager

Greenville Water


General Manager, Greenville Water System

Convio Inc


Vice President

CA-NV AWWA


Affiliations

Water Environment Federation

Board Member


South Carolina Environmental Training Center

AWWA Representative


South Carolina Water Environment Association

Member


Pradeep Khare

AWWA Representative, WEF Representative


Prioritization

Member, Committee


Budget

Section Chair, Vice-Chair, and Trustee, As Well As Chair of the Student Activities, Program, Legislative Affairs, Long Range Planning, Bylaws, and Management Committees


Education

Bachelor of Science

Civil Engineering

University of Nebraska


Web References(99 Total References)


Leadership - American Water Works Association

www.awwa.org [cached]

2002 Lyndon B. Stovall, South Carolina Section


URparamount - Lead Levels in Water Misrepresented Across U.S.

urparamount.com [cached]

Lynn Stovall, a Greenville, S.C., utility manager and member of the American Water Works Association, said many utilities are "hard-pressed" and need more public funding to comply with mounting regulations and improve aging plants.
"The drinking water community faces a complex array of expensive new federal requirements and new standards," Stovall told Congress at this summer's hearing on lead.


History of SC Section

www.scawwa.org [cached]

Of particular importance are the following men from Georgia and South Carolina whom have served as National AWWA Presidents: William G. Richards (1895); R. M. Clayton (1899); J. E. Gibson (1927); Paul Weir (1956) and Lyndon Stovall (2002).
First, Lyndon Stovall, Manager of the Greenville Water System, was elected to one of the 5 national AWWA Vice President positions, and second, the South Carolina and North Carolina Sections were selected to develop and deliver a Qualserve Pilot Program for small utilities. In 2002, Lyndon Stovall went on to be elected to serve as AWWA National President and Dixie Fanning was elected to serve as one of the 5 national Vice Presidents (2003-2004).


History FSAWWA

www.fsawwa.org [cached]

On the security front, former AWWA President Lynn Stovall and Water Utility Council Chair Julius Ciaccia are AWWA's representatives to the newly created Water Sector Coordinating Council.


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Lynn Stovall, a Greenville, S.C., utility manager and member of the American Water Works Association, said many utilities are hard-pressed and need more public funding to comply with mounting regulations and improve aging plants.
The drinking water community faces a complex array of expensive new federal requirements and new standards, Stovall told Congress at this summers hearing on lead. Lynn Stovall, a Greenville, S.C., utility manager and member of the American Water Works Association, said many utilities are hard-pressed and need more public funding to comply with mounting regulations and improve aging plants. The drinking water community faces a complex array of expensive new federal requirements and new standards, Stovall told Congress at this summers hearing on lead.


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