Bill Kramer is a 30‐year veteran of the environmental consulting industry with a strong emphasis on water/wastewater treatment, regulatory compliance, asset management, and advocacy for small community systems. Bill has authored several technical papers on TMDLs including a white paper for the National Rural Water Association on the economic impacts of TMDLs on small community wastewater systems, and has worked on financing capital upgrades for small and large systems.
Bill worked for and ran his own environmental consulting business over many years of his career. While consulting, he conducted numerous engineering evaluations of water and wastewater systems. He also served as the Director of the International Rural Water Association, a non‐profit working in rural Central America to develop water and wastewater systems and provide technical assistance to in‐country partners. Recently Bill developed and is pilot testing a BNR process to convert small septic systems to an aerobic process for very low total nitrogen effluent.
Bill has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Temple University and a Masters in Environmental Pollution Control from The Pennsylvania State University. He formally served as a member of a local planning committee in his hometown of White Hall, Maryland and as a member of the Maryland Chesapeake Bay Tributary Strategies Team.