Eric Lynne is the most recent inductee into the prestigious Seven “S” Society (Sentral States Select Society of Sanitary Sludge Shovelers) of the Central States Water Environment Association (CSWEA). He joins fellow Donohue Seven “S” inductees Bill Marten and Ken Sedmak. Eric was honored for his tireless dedication and involvement in CSWEA and contributions to the water environment.
Eric was also presented with the 2014 Young Professional of the Year Award, the CSWEA Service Award, and the Wisconsin Section Service Award at the recent annual CSWEA conference in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Eric is a wastewater process engineer with noteworthy experience in the planning, process modeling, design and operation of wastewater treatment facilities. He was recently instrumental in helping the City of Stevens Point, Wisconsin's wastewater treatment plant achieve net zero energy status. Eric has a master's and bachelor's degree in civil and environmental engineering from South Dakota State University and works in Donohue's Sheboygan, Wisconsin office.
CSWEA is a regional affiliate of the Water Environment Federation serving Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota wastewater professionals.