Wayne Ramey Resume
Mr. Ramey has over 30 years in the water treatment industry. Previously, Wayne was employed by the City and County of Broomfield. Wayne was one of the founding members of the Wastewater Reuse Committee that generated and implemented the reuse regulations. As the Deputy Director of Public Works, Wayne oversaw the design, construction, and implementation of the City and County of Broomfield’s Reuse Program.
Mr. Ramey has presented Technical papers on Biosolids Treatment and Disposal titled “Low-Tech, Low Cost Class “A” Biosolids”; Operations and Maintenance papers titled “On-Off Aeration - How to Lower Energy Costs While Improving Plant Performance” and on Ultra Violet Disinfection titles “So You Want To Switch to Ultra Violet System?” A guide to selecting the correct UV system for your wastewater plant (Published in “Operations Form” October 1999).
Wayne started in municipal water treatment in 1981 as the water operator for the Town of Cedaredge. Wayne interested changed to wastewater treatment. In 1989, Wayne became the Superintendent of the Louisville WWTP. While at Louisville, the facility was awarded the prestigious USEPA “National First Place Award for Operations and Maintenance for Medium Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility” in 1992.
In 1994, Wayne went to work for the City and County of Broomfield Wastewater Treatment Facility as the Superintendent. In 1998, the City of Broomfield expanded their facility and installed the first municipal IFAS system for advanced Biological Nutrient Removal.
In 2002, Wayne left Broomfield in order to work full time as a contract operator. Ramey Environmental Compliance, Inc. operates 32 wastewater facilities and over 40 water treatment facilities in Colorado.
Wayne has been a member of the Rocky Mountain Water Environmental Association since 1983.
Low-Tech / Low Cost Class “A” Biosolids - Biosolids Treatment and Disposal titled “Low-Tech, Low Cost Class “A” Biosolids;”
Operations and Maintenance papers titled – On-Off Aeration – How to Lower Energy Costs While Improving Plant Performance;”
Ultra Violet Disinfection titles “So You Want To Switch to Ultra Violet System?” A guide to selecting the correct UV System for your wastewater plant (Published in “Operations Form” October 1999).
I feel very fortunate to be involved in something so important as water and wastewater treatment.
Growing up in southern Ohio and West Virginia in the late 1960's, I saw first hand what happens if pollution is allowed to get out of control, and how it impacts everyone and our environment.
More importantly, by living in one of the most beautiful places on earth my commitment is even stronger to protect this water environment for future generations.
-R. Wayne Ramey
President, REC, Inc.