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CIWEM Fellowship Honours for Jacopa's Kieran Madine

Jacopa's Business Development Manager, Kieran Madine, has been elected to Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) receiving the election from the organisation's Northern Ireland Chairman, Conor McKeown.

jacopa CIWEM Annual Dinner 34CIWEM is the leading royal chartered professional body committed to sustainable environmental management internationally, with a community of thousands of professionals in over 89 countries around the world. The organisation's aim is to build a global community of water and environmental professionals dedicated to working for the public benefit.

Kieran Madine's Fellow election and admission was made in the Titanic Hotel, Belfast, in June. He says: "CIWEM is an excellent way of meeting like-minded professionals dedicated to the sustainable management of the environment globally. We aim to build a global community of water and environmental professionals dedicated to working for the public benefit."

Jacopa Managing Director Alex Lloyd said: "We are delighted that one of our highly-valued senior team members has gained this prestigious professional Fellow election. Jacopa applauds CIWEM's ideal of working for public benefit, and we offer clients a professionally based focused and cost-effective expert service for all their wastewater treatment requirements that provides significant benefits for the environment."

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