Brown and Caldwell is pleased to announce Dr. Pusker Regmi has been recognized as a 40 Under 40 awardee by The American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists (AAEES).
The AAEES 40 Under 40 Recognition Program was introduced to honor talented individuals who have advanced the fields of environmental science or environmental engineering demonstrably within the last 12 months. Winners are chosen by a panel of past recipients who weigh business successes and civic/philanthropic activities equally.
A respected industry leader and experienced process engineer, Dr. Regmi's groundbreaking contributions to the wastewater treatment industry have significantly benefitted utilities globally. He has been instrumental in advancing new and innovative processes for treating and handling wastewater, including methods now commonly used for wastewater treatment intensification.
He has led the development of many novel process control strategies and technologies, including AvN, a highly transformative nitrogen removal process for efficient wastewater treatment.
Most recently, he was a lead contributor to the water industry's first Digital Twin Readiness Guide.
In addition to his leading research and design of innovative wastewater treatment systems, Dr. Regmi regularly contributes to the water profession via numerous peer-reviewed papers, presentations, and participation in professional organizations, including the Water Environment Federation and the International Water Association.
Outside of project responsibilities, Dr. Regmi is a passionate mentor, inspiring the next generation of engineering leaders to develop scientifically sound solutions to better the environment.
"I am delighted Pusker's scientific contributions coupled with his outstanding service to the water industry have been recognized with this thoroughly deserved award," said Brown and Caldwell Vice President Dr. Jose Jimenez.
Based in Columbia, Maryland, Dr. Regmi is a licensed environmental engineer in three states, a board-certified environmental engineer, and holds a doctor's and master's in environmental engineering as well as a bachelor's in electrical engineering.