Spotlights

Steve Lee grew up in Maryland. Like many Marylanders, he enjoys spending time on the water, boating and water skiing. For 22 years, he has been a passionate and dedicated member of the AlexRenew team, working to transform water and protect our local waterways.

Leulu Gebremedhin is AlexRenew's Lead Laboratory Technician. The lab is essential for determining how well AlexRenew transforms water and ensures that we meet our regulatory requirements. The results also help our team make decisions every day about how we transform water. In his 26 years at AlexRenew, Leulu has seen big changes in the lab. 

You don’t have to be a scientist to protect the Chesapeake Bay. In fact, most people are doing their part every day without even realizing it! From recycling to bayscaping, it all helps. Want to see how you can help protect and preserve the Chesapeake Bay? Here are seven simple steps you can take to get started.

This June, Eugene Singleton will have worked at AlexRenew for 24 years. Since starting with AlexRenew, he has earned his Class I Wastewater Operator License — the highest classification — and learned to operate new technologies with each upgrade. In December 2015, Eugene became a Shift Leader. He now manages a team of operators and oversees our water transformation process when on the job.   

 

If you’re looking for a place to spend a long weekend this summer, look no further than the Chesapeake Bay, one of the region's most valuable natural resources.The Bay offers something for everyone — whether you’re a foodie, a history buff, or a water lover! Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week runs through June 12, so we hope you’ll make plans to develop a personal connection with one of the area's greatest treasures.

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