Stillwater News

City wastewater treatment plant superintendent named vice president of Oklahoma Water Environmental Association

Released:May 31, 2016


Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent Lou Ann Fisher

(STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA / May 31, 2016) –­ The City of Stillwater congratulates Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent Lou Ann Fisher, who was named vice president of the Oklahoma Water Environmental Association (OWEA).
As vice president of OWEA, Fisher will contribute to a four-year commitment focusing on leadership and education for clean and abundant water resources. The OWEA is a division of the Water Environmental Federation (WEF), which is an international organization that consists of 33,000 members.
Fisher has been employed with the City of Stillwater for eight years. She began her career at the City in 2007 as the Environmental Programs manager. In 2012, she was assigned to the Wastewater Treatment Plant as superintendent and currently facilitates operations and maintenance of a 10 million gallons per day (MGD) capacity sewage treatment facility.
The 40-acre facility is a six process treatment train, which removes solids from wastewater and returns clean water to Brush Creek. She oversees compliance with federal, state and local laws, laboratory testing and is responsible for 15 sewer collection left stations around the City.
She previously served on the EPA Region VI Pretreatment Association board from 2009-2014 and served the City of Lawton as the Industrial Pretreatment Coordinator and Chief Chemist from 1994-2004.
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