There are many amazing people in San Diego County who are making a positive difference in their communities and working hard to help reduce stormwater pollution. In recognition of their incredible work, Project Clean Water is celebrating and highlighting these special individuals. Meet this week’s Everyday Stormwater Superhero!
Jeremy is a senior environmental compliance inspector for the City of Escondido. He works at the Hale Avenue Resource Recovery facility—the city’s sewer plant where wastewater is treated before it is discharged into the ocean.
Jeremy has more than 14 years of experience in the industry and holds a grade 3 environmental compliance inspector certification. His role with the city is to go out and inspect commercial industrial facilities to make sure they follow stormwater regulations. His job to make sure that the stormwater runoff from these sites is clean and that wastewater is properly discharged to the sewer plant so it can be treated and safely discharged to the ocean.
Jeremy loves working outside and enjoys having an active role in protecting the environment and the public from potential dangers of pollutants both in our runoff and of what could be discharged to the sewer plant.
Project Clean Water proudly celebrates the special individuals like Jeremy, whose positive practices make our world a better place. By incorporating personal responsibility in their communities, these Everyday Stormwater Superheroes help to ensure cleaner water and healthier communities.
Do you know someone who would make a great Everyday Stormwater Superhero?