SWANA Honors Don Birnesser for Faculty Service
August 15, 2012
At their national conference in Washington, D.C., the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) honored Solid Waste Practice Leader Don Birnesser, PE, with their 2012 Commitment to Faculty Service award. The new category in the organization's award program recognizes a faculty member who has gone above and beyond to assist SWANA training.
After earning his certification as a Transfer Station Systems Manager in 2004, Birnesser began instructing SWANA's three-day Managing Transfer Systems certification course. He has taught the course 10 times over the past six years and is leading it again this week at the association's national WasteCon conference at National Harbor. This past year, he also led the organization's initial online offering of the course.
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