New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
Sharon Nall, Eliza Morrison, and Luis Adorno
Sharon Nall of NHDES has been working with New Hampshire Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTPs) for over 20 years. Ms. Nall is the Manager of the Planning, Protection and Assistance Section with the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) Wastewater Engineering Bureau. In this position, Ms. Nall is managing the NHDES effort to help WWTPs become more sustainable through improved energy efficiency, asset management program development and flood resiliency awareness.
Eliza Morrison is a Sustainability Engineer at the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) Wastewater Engineering Bureau, and has been in the field for over 5 years. She supports the sustainability of New Hampshire’s wastewater infrastructure through asset management and climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Luis is the Environmental Program Manager in the Drinking Water and Groundwater Bureau of the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services.
Since 2014, Luis has been administering programs that provide assistance to municipalities and other governmental entities engaged in project and financial planning, design and construction.
Prior to working for the state, Luis worked for the Laconia Water Department in Laconia, NH. During his 6 plus years’ tenure with the City of Laconia, Luis gained experience supervising and operating municipal water system. He also gained experience with the preparation of operating budgets and capital planning.
Luis is a certified public supervisor, certified public manager and recently obtained his Master in Business Administration.
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