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  • Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District > Home
    your children s children How can I help Respect every drop Respect every drop At the District we believe in enriching life through clean water and resource recovery We are a passionate team of experts who work to recover resources and clean wastewater for return to nature 365 days a year through our innovative engineering conservation leadership and recovery expertise News Job Opportunity Director of Planning and Strategy We are

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  • Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District, Sewer, MadisonWI
    Paul Nehm Director of Operations and Maintenance at 608 222 1201 ext 252 for sewer emergencies For after hours emergencies please call 608 225 8470 or 608 576 9637 Address Hours 1610 Moorland Rd Madison WI 53713 Phone 608 222 1201 Fax 608 222 2703 Business Hours 7 30 am 4 00 pm Wayfinding Maps Map to Operations Building Map to Septage Receiving Contact Us Name Responsibilities Ext Email Michael Mucha Chief Engineer Director 242 michaelm madsewer org Mike Simon Assistant Chief Engineer Director 268 mikes madsewer org Jeff Brochtrup Director of Administration 208 jeffb madsewer org Bruce Borelli Director of Engineering 206 bruceb madsewer org Dave Taylor Director of Ecosystem Services 276 davet madsewer org Paul Nehm Director of Operations Maintenance 252 pauln madsewer org Janelle Werner Executive Coordinator Webmaster 262 janellew madsewer org Jennifer Peters Human Resources Manager 266 jenniferp madsewer org Rhonda Riedner Laboratory Manager 218 rhondar madsewer org Ralph Erickson Pretreatment Waste Acceptance 362 ralphe madsewer org Marcus Canty Health and Safety Specialist 307 marcusc madsewer org Shirley Fox Insurance Controller 207 shirleyf madsewer org Joyce Williams Accounts Payable 292 joycew madsewer org Mike Northouse Biosolids and Land Application 256 miken madsewer org Curt Sauser Sewer

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  • Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District > Home > News
    the role of Director of Planning and Strategy Salt Reduction Grants Posted September 22 2015 MMSD is currently offering two grant programs focused on reducing salt News Archive Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Next Job Opportunity Director of Planning and Strategy Posted April 27 2016 We are announcing a very exciting leadership opportunity for the role of Director of Planning and Strategy Now being offered Cool Choices Tours Posted October 29 2015 Are you playing the Cool Choices game in Madison Salt Reduction Grants Posted September 22 2015 MMSD is currently offering two grant programs focused on reducing salt Proposed 2016 Budget Posted September 11 2015 The Proposed 2016 Budget is now available Adopted Sewer Use Ordinance Posted August 21 2015 The revised and adopted Sewer Use Ordinance is now available Moving Out Posted August 05 2015 Your lease is up you re all packed and you re doing a final sweep of your apartment before moving out now what to do with that leftover junk Sewer Use Ordinance Revision Posted July 24 2015 Adoption of the revised SUO is anticipated at the District s Thursday July 30 2015 Commission meeting Pumping Station 15 Rehabilitation Posted July 08

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  • Commission
    on their Wisconsin eHealth Team She received her undergraduate degree and her MA in Public Health and Public Affairs from the UW Madison Previously she worked for Covering Kids Families of Wisconsin the UW Population Health Institute the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families the Wisconsin Alliance for Women s Health and as Policy Director for the Boston Massachusetts City Council President Thomas Hovel President Appointed 2015 Term Ending 2017 About Commissioner Hovel By occupation Commissioner Hovel is a city planner a field which requires system thinking and to anticipate impacts of human interaction with the environment Educationally he is trained as a geographer which involves the examination of human interaction with the environment Angela James Secretary Appointed 2015 Term Ending 2017 About Commissioner James Commissioner James is an attorney with Michael Best and Friedrich a broad based business law firm She focuses her practice on assisting businesses with environmental compliance Previously she worked for the Wisconsin Paper Council and Madison Gas and Electric and she currently serves on the boards of the Wisconsin Environmental Education Foundation and the Joseph P Mettner Foundation She received her undergraduate degree in Zoology her MS in Water Resources Management and her Law Degree all from the University of Wisconsin Madison James Martin Appointed 2015 Term Ending 2016 About Commissioner Martin Commissioner Martin served as an Assistant City Attorney for 25 years and as the City Attorney He also served for six years as a Dane County Circuit Court Judge He has been a member of a number of professional boards and is a member of the Safe Harbor of Dane County Board He earned his Law Degree from UW Madison Ezra Meyer Vice President Appointed 2015 Term Ending 2016 About Commissioner Meyer As a Water Resources Specialist Commissioner Meyer has assisted in the

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  • FAQ
    as rainwater We especially see a large increase during heavy thunderstorms or when snow is melting Q Where does the water go after the District has treated it A Most of the water leaving the plant effluent is pumped through a five mile underground pipeline and discharged into Badfish Creek which diverts it around the Madison Lakes Some is also sent to Badger Mill Creek in order to balance the amount the District takes from the watershed Q How clean is the treated wastewater A The Nine Springs treatment plant is an advanced secondary treatment facility As such the water we discharge is comparable to the quality of natural surface waters and is safe for fish and other aquatic life Both the effluent and the receiving waters are monitored to make sure the standards are met Q Could you drink the treated wastewater A This is not recommended while the water we discharge is a high quality effluent our plant is an advanced secondary treatment facility Additional purification steps would be necessary to prepare our effluent for human consumption There is NO surface waters in the Madison area suitable for drinking without further treatment Q How much does it cost to treat the wastewater at MMSD A It only costs about 15 cents a day per capita Each of us produces directly or indirectly about 140 gallons of wastewater per day or about 50 000 gallons a year Q What are the shiny domes on the north side of the treatment plant A After the water has been cleaned at the treatment plant it is pumped to two streams Badfish Creek and Badger Mill Creek There are times of the day when the water is coming into the treatment plant faster than it is being pumped out and other times

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  • Careers
    Budget Finance Permits Ordinances Sustainability Careers Job Opportunities Benefits Why Work Here Getting Hired Careers Working at Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District is more than just a paycheck It is about taking care of the communities we live in We are the unseen leaders protecting one of our most valuable resources our water When you think about your career and what you want to accomplish in your lifetime make the choice

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  • District Directors
    Maintenance Department You can contact Paul if you have questions related to pumping station operations or treatment plant processes Bruce Borelli Director of Engineering Bruce graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin Madison and is a licensed Professional Engineer in Wisconsin He has been at the District for 20 years progressing from a Project Engineer to his current position as Director of Engineering where he is responsible for all aspects of the District s Capital Improvement Construction Program Dave Taylor Director of Ecosystem Services Dave is the Director of Ecosystem Services for the District The Ecosystem Services Department includes programs and supporting services with a focus on improving environmental outcomes which are broadly focused and include beneficial reuse resource recovery improved water quality and cost effective regulatory compliance strategies Ecosystem Services also focuses on addressing a wide range of regulatory legislative and strategic initiatives that impact District operations and or help establish overall District focus The Ecosystem Services team includes the laboratory and the pretreatment waste acceptance programs Michael Mucha Chief Engineer and Director Michael serves as the Chief Engineer and Director for the Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District He has dedicated his 25 year career to Building public trust through sustainability Michael has his BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee his Masters in Public Administration from the University of Washington Seattle and completed Harvard University s Senior Executives in State and Local Government program Michael is the current Chair for ASCE s Committee on Sustainability and serves locally on the Sustain Dane Board of Directors Jeff Brochtrup Director of Administration Jeff is the District s Director of Administration Jeff is involved with the District s budgeting rate setting and Clean Water Fund loans He is responsible for overseeing

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  • Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District > About Us > Who We Are
    be concise and it is fast paced The literal translation is chit chat Why it is Great to Work in the Sewers the Reprise Annual Reports 2014 Executive Summary 2013 Executive Summary 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 History Mission Vision and Values Our Mission Protect public health and the environment We are a passionate and experienced resource recovery team who aim to protect public health and the environment Every time we clean and return wastewater safely back to nature or apply Metrogro to help farmers grow more food we re taking steps to create a cleaner and better world We re known for our innovative engineering conservation leadership recovery expertise and we re cost conscious ratepayers just like you Our Vision Enrich life through clean water and resource recovery At MMSD our vision is to not only enrich the community by improving living conditions for people plants and animals but also educate others so they too can take steps to conserve our resources Water is finite we can t create more of it By changing the way we think about and use water together we have the power to enhance the quality of life on our planet By making small changes and respecting every drop of water we have today we can set the tone for a resource conscious and sustainable community tomorrow District Employees More Mark Anderson Chemist 9 24 2013 9 44 00 PM 33 Tom Schlangen Mechanic 9 25 2013 12 45 00 AM 35 Cory Pieper Plant Operator 9 24 2013 11 31 00 PM 37 Mike Simon Assistant Chief Engineer Director of Planning 9 25 2013 2 22 00 AM 38 Don Martinson Building Grounds Maintenance Worker 9 25 2013 3 45 00 AM 39 Marcus Canty Health Safety Specialist 9 25 2013 2

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