NTMWD

NTMWD

Wylie, TX / North Texas Municipal Water District is the wholesale regional provider of water, wastewater & solid waste services for more than 1.6 million residents.
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Celebrate #Engineers Week - As the Assistant Deputy Director of Engineering and Construction Cesar Baptista oversees all aspects of the NTMWD Capital Improvement Program implementation including the Lower Bois dArc Creek Reservoir projects as well as Real Estate Acquisition/Management for the District. Cesar joined NTMWD in 2015 bringing with him more than 30 years of experience in the municipal water and wastewater industry. He has been involved in overseeing the development of engineering…

Celebrate #EngineersWeek - Joe Bernosky is North Texas Municipal Water Districts Water Treatment Program Manager and has been with the District for two years. Joe received his undergraduate engineering degree from Parks College of St. Louis University and his Masters Degree in Business Administration from California State University Long Beach. Licensed in five states but happy to be practicing engineering in Texas he works with Project Managers to deliver critical infrastructure projects…

Celebrate #EngineersWeek Kim Luker is a Project Manager at our Wylie Water Treatment Plant where she is instrumental in the application of design in the field taking facilities from paper to real life. She has a BS in Environmental Engineering from the University of California Riverside and Civil Engineering licenses in both California and Texas. Kim worked as a consultant in California for 10 years before moving to Texas a year ago to be close to family. As a child my parents pushed me to…

Is the green in your lawn weeds or grass? Do you have brown circles in your yard? Proper lawn care maintenance is a key component to a healthy lawn. This program covers basic lawn maintenance practices and selecting the right turf grass to improve the health and longevity of your landscape. You will learn how to maintain your landscape using less water fertilizer and pesticides. Register at: http://ift.tt/2lvw7ef

If you haven't been to the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center in Seagoville you are missing out! Not only is it a vital part of our water treatment process and educational center it is one of the best places to bird watch in the area. We would love your input on how to make this center even better! Take a minute to complete our survey and help determine the future of the wetland. http://bit.ly/jbswetlandsurvey #wetland #environment #watertreatment #watercycle #onewater #morethanwater #water…

Looking for a great career? Look no further! The North Texas Municipal Water District will be at the Plano Workforce Center for a job fair TOMORROW Feb. 9 from 10 AM to Noon. We are looking for a variety of qualified applicants to fill positions in engineering plant operations IT heavy equipment laboratory regulatory compliance and more! Visit with recruiters on the spot. Can't make it? Visit our careers page for more information and apply online. A new job or career is waiting for you…

#EPASaferChoice products help protect your watershed. How? Once they enter the local waterways they will break down more quickly through natural processes. The result is less pollution in streams and reduced impacts on water treatment facilities compared to conventional products Clean it right and make a Safer Choice! #safety #cleaning #cleaners #household #epa #saferchoice #environmental

Looking for a great career? Look no further! The @ntmwd will be at the Plano Workforce Center for a job fair TOMORROW Feb. 9 from 9 AM to Noon. We are looking for a variety of qualified applicants to fill positions in engineering plant operations IT heavy equipment laboratory regulatory compliance and more! Visit with recruiters on the spot. Can't make it? Visit our careers page for more information and apply online. A new job or career is waiting for you! http://ift.tt/2kOUJxX #careers…

Enjoying the Open House at the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center @Regrann from @jbswetlandcenter - It's overcastand chilly at the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center today. Look closely on the horizon right side and you will see our eagle tower and nest where Momma eagle is keeping her two eggs warm. Snow geese flocks and ducks everywhere. Open House tonight 6-8:30pm. We would love your input on our future growth and while visiting take a nighttime tour on the boardwalk. #eagles #eaglenest…

@Regrann from @jbswetlandcenter - Our Wetland Educators work hard providing unique environmental education for 4th grade through 12th focusing on wetland and river ecosystems bird migrations and water conservation. Teachers please visit our website education page for full details. The East Fork Wetland Project @ntmwd pumps polished wetland water through an 84" pipe just like this 43 miles north to Lake Lavon. Clean water educators habitat eagles and so much more. #teachers #educators…