Four members of IAI’ water and wastewater treatment operations staff have been awarded new Michigan Waterworks System licenses.
Mike Boven received his D-1 (Limited Treatment Level 1), the highest classification in Michigan’s drinking water limited treatment category, this May. Boven is IAI’ Plant Manager for the Brighton Township Wastewater Treatment Plant in Brighton, Michigan.
Mike also holds S-1 (Distribution Level 1) and F-3 (Filtration Level 3) drinking water licenses and is also a licensed wastewater operator. Mike holds the highest classification available to Michigan wastewater operators, a Class A license, along with several Commercial Industrial license classifications.
James LaVelle, an Operations Specialist based in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area, earned a D-2 license this spring. LaVelle has been an IAI employee since 2002 and has been a member of the Total Water Management team since 2007. He also holds F-5, S-3 drinking water certifications and an L-1 wastewater license.
James previously worked in IAIs Dredging and Sediment Dewatering division.
Ryan Moseley is IAI’ Utilities Manager for the Caledonia Township, Michigan, drinking water and wastewater systems. Moseley earned an S-2 Waterworks System Operator classification last fall and a D-2 classification this spring. Moseley is also a certified wastewater treatment operator with several Commercial Industrial wastewater certifications.
Gerry Osborn also earned two new drinking water classifications recently – S-4 this past fall and D-4 this spring. Osborn is an Operations Specialist, also based in the Grand Rapids, Michigan area, and works with both drinking water and wastewater treatment systems. Osborn holds a Michigan Class D wastewater license and also a Commercial Industrial wastewater license.
Congratulations to Mike, James, Ryan and Gerry! IAI is proud to support our water and wastewater treatment operations staff as they increase their professional knowledge and skills.