Paul Malmrose is a principal who has more than 40 years of experience in environmental and civil engineering; and has been involved in the design of over 30 water and wastewater treatment plants. His experience also includes designing water and wastewater pump stations, water distribution systems, wastewater collection systems, wells, and water storage tanks. He also has participated in planning, constructing and operating several water and wastewater treatment facilities.
In addition, Paul has worked on a variety of projects relating to water residual and biosolids treatment facilities for water and wastewater treatment plants. He is a recognized national expert in the treatment and management of water residuals. Also, he is the past chairperson of the AWWA Residuals Research Committee, and a co-author of Chapter 18, Process Residuals, in the fifth edition of the AWWA Treatment Plant Design. Paul also has conducted evaluations of alternative treatment processes and operational procedures for several industries.
Life Outside of Work
Paul enjoys jogging, working around the house, participating in church activities, traveling in Europe and playing with his grand-nephew. He is avid Yankee fan; after all he was born in the Bronx.