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Neeman has previously served in a variety of roles for organization
The general assembly of the International Ozone Assn. (IOA) elected Jeff Neemann, assistant director of water treatment technology for Black & Veatch, as the organization’s next president at its World Congress in Paris in late May. Neemann, who currently serves as IOA international treasurer and previously served as IOA pan-American group president and IOA international secretary, will begin his two-year term as IOA international president in January 2012.
Neemann will share goals for his term in a ceremony at the second North American Conference on Ozone, Ultraviolet & Advanced Oxidation Technologies in Toronto, Sept. 18 to 21. The conference is jointly organized by IOA and the International Ultraviolet Assn.
Neemann is one of many Black & Veatch professionals providing international leadership in major water industry organizations. Others include Joe Mantua, who transitioned from president to immediate past president of the American Water Works Assn. at the end of the organization’s annual conference and exposition this month, and Matt Bond, who will transition from president-elect to president of the Water Environment Federation in October.