Dr. Jeff Foley named Adjunct Professor at UWA

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10 October 2012

Dr Jeff Foley, GHD’s Manager for Integrated Water Systems in Western Australia has been named Adjunct Professor by The University of Western Australia (UWA) within the School of Environmental Systems Engineering for the next three years. UWA awarded Dr Foley this title as formal recognition of his significant contribution to the work and activities of the University.

Jeff holds more than 11 years’ experience in the areas of wastewater treatment & recycling, odour control, life cycle assessment and greenhouse gas emissions. His involvement in projects has ranged from concept design and process modelling, through to detailed design, construction, commissioning and process optimisation. For the past five years, Jeff has acted as the principal technical advisor to the Water Services Association of Australia, in their negotiations with the Department of Climate Change on industry concerns regarding measurement and liability issues under the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Scheme and the associated Clean Energy Futures legislation.

Speaking of the honour, Jeff comments, “This recognition allows me to be involved with selected UWA research projects, particularly through the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities. In addition, I’ll be able to occasionally deliver guest lectures – particularly in subjects on wastewater treatment, life cycle assessment and greenhouse gas emissions.

"Furthermore, I see it as an opportunity to strengthen the ties between UWA, GHD and students."

Jeff Foley

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