Gregory T. Kidd, CET
and Training Director
is an Alfred E. Peloquin recipient, recognized for "significant
contributions to the wastewater field" by the New England Water Environment
Association. Over the past 21 years, Greg has had the pleasure of providing
operator and management training for wastewater and water facilities
throughout the Northeast, from Caribou, Maine to Wards Island, New York. He has
written numerous safety plans most recently for Kittery WTD and Boothbay
Region WTD. Furthermore, Greg has conducted Permit Required Confined Space
audits, laboratory audits and training needs analysis. In 1992, the
Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, Massachusetts contracted Greg to write WWT
Operator SOP's for the Massachusetts Resources Authority's 1.27 billion gallon/day
facility, Deer Island WPCF. Greg has since had the distinction of serving as
a contributing writer to the 1998 edition of TR-16 Guides for the Design
of Wastewater Treatment Works.
is a licensed wastewater systems operator in both Maine & Massachusetts and a licensed
water systems operator in Maine. He has completed OSHA's 40 hour General
Industry course at Keene State College. Greg holds a New England Water
Environment Association certification for both a Laboratory Analyst
and Collection Systems Operator.
Greg is serving his second term as a member of the Maine Board of
Licensure of Water Systems Operator as the Educator Representative. He
is also serving as the Chairperson of the Maine Wastewater Control
Association's Personnel Advancement Committee.