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Monroe grad earns wastewater award
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MONROE - Dan Landis, Monroe native (Class '64) and high school sports figure, has been awarded the highest lifetime achievement Bernauer Award by the Wisconsin Wastewater Operators Conference at the recent 2008 state convention. Landis, a chemical engineer from University of Wisconsin-Madison and retired senior Air Force officer, was lauded by the operators and engineers that run the Wisconsin Wastewater Plants.

For a career spanning 30 years, Landis provided outstanding leadership, environmental engineering, operational innovations, regulatory compliance, for clean air, clean water and recycling of biosolids for two of the state's largest treatment plants, producing over 40,000 annual tons of Milorganite heat dried fertilizer, sold worldwide, and over 200 million gallons daily of clean water recycled to Lake Michigan.