Dan Meany is a Grade 5-C wastewater treatment operator. He has professional experience in wastewater field practices and is aware of the operation and maintenance procedures relative to wastewater treatment systems, including municipal and commercial plants, as well as innovative/alternative (IA) wastewater treatment systems. Dan is familiar with various collection systems including gravity, forced main, and vacuum systems.  Project responsibilities include the daily inspection of treatment plants, inspection and sampling of IA systems and implementation of groundwater monitoring programs as may be outlined within applicable Groundwater Discharge Permits.  Operation and maintenance of various wastewater treatment systems, including municipal. Responsibilities include process control and field analysis to ensure a continued level of maximum performance for the purposes of environmental preservation and human health risk as well as maintaining regulatory compliance.


Wentworth Institute of Technology – Bachelor of Science
Architectural Engineering Technology 1986

Cape Cod Community College
Horticulture Certification Program 1995
Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator Certification Program 2015

OSHA 40-Hour Hazardous Waste & Emergency Response Operations 2013


New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission
[Certified Wastewater Treatment Operator Grade 4M] 2014
[Certified Wastewater Treatment Operator Grade 5C] 2015

MA Environmental Health Association                                                                                [Certified Water Supply Operator, VSS]