Source: ETEBA | Release | October 13, 2020

Today at the first virtual annual 2020 Business Opportunities and Technical Conference, Energy Technology and Environmental Business Association (ETEBA) Board President Bob Eby announced Bill Moore as its new Executive Director.  Enthusiastic about his position, Bill will begin by facilitating the 2021 Strategy and Vision for ETEBA.   He replaces Tim Griffin who accepted an emergency management position last March in his home state of North Carolina. For the past 6 months, President-Elect Lauren Amos has ably served in the role as acting Executive Director.

Bill, a geologist with an MS from North Carolina State, has more than 25 years’ experience in the environmental cleanup industry for both the DOE and DoD. He helped pioneer technical, contracting and performance-risk management advances in the industry within the United States and was the lead organizer of teams which first introduced performance-based cleanup solutions to the U.S. Federal Government (Department of Energy, DOD and EPA).

He has worked for both large and small businesses and has many industry and agency contacts nationwide which will be of value to ETEBA and its 177 member companies.  Bill officially starts as Executive Director on November 1.

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