The Uxbridge Wastewater Treatment Plant staff, led by Jim Legg, chief operator, William Buma, operations manager, and Benn Sherman, DPW director, was recognized by EPA's New England Office for exceptional work in operating and maintaining the wastewater treatment plant.
What does CO stand for?
CO stands for Chief Operator
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Employing an array of high-tech gadgetry (such as vests that indicate when the wearer is being fired upon), the creators of Fort Irwin have essentially reduced war to the likes of a reality television program (a comparison made onscreen by the camp's chief operator himself).
He worked as chief operator at Bonne ville Power Administration.
NEL Fund Managers' chief operator David Whitmell said: "Innocore is a perfect example of how an excellent management team, backed by a supportive investor like NEL, can build a highly successful company.
The chief operator insignia consisted of a telephone mouthpiece surrounded by a wreath with five sparks above.
Chief operator of the Environment Services Chystalla Stylianou, who was also present at yesterday's meeting, told reporters that because "some industrial complexes in the area are for the time being closed for the holidays, samples will only be able to be taken at the end of August and beginning of September.