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MWH promotes new sustainability leader for NSW

MWH, a global provider of environmental engineering, construction and strategic consulting services, recently promoted water professional Peter Fagan to Asia-Pacific Sustainability Practice leader.

Fagan has more than 35 years of experience and previously served as the company’s New South Wales Water Sector leader. In his new role, Fagan is responsible for identifying sustainability issues and trends, providing technical and thought leadership, and overseeing business planning and development.

He will also lead efforts to embed sustainability principles throughout MWH’s Asia-Pacific operation, which spans Australia, New Zealand, India, China, Singapore, Taiwan, Vietnam and Brunei.

“MWH’s approach to sustainability follows the multiple-bottom line model. My experience leading cultural change will help as MWH guides clients through the organisational, environmental and economic shifts required to achieve sustainability,” said Fagan.

“Our world is changing quickly and, now more than ever, it is critical for organisations to develop and implement sustainable business models,” said MWH Asia-Pacific managing director, Marshall Davert.

“Peter is an expert in this area and his appointment ensures MWH’s ability to support its clients with industry-leading knowledge.”

Fagan brings expertise to the position and currently serves as a member of the Technology and Sustainability standing committee of the University of Sydney’s Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering.

Prior to joining MWH, Fagan served as CEO on a contract basis to oversee the merger of three water treatment and reuse consultancies. His extensive experience spans the technical and organisational aspects of sustainability through public and private sectors roles, including more than 20 years with New South Wales’ largest water provider.

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