Wilson to Head MWH Laboratories

MWH Laboratories, a leading U.S. water testing laboratory, recently announced that Ed Wilson has joined the company as managing director. In this position, he is responsible for overall leadership and management of a 130-person team and four facilities.

Wilson has 35 years of experience in environmental chemistry and brings exceptional executive-level leadership skills to MWH Laboratories, including diverse business management and technical experience. He will provide broad knowledge of current state and federal regulations and a thorough understanding of the latest developments in drinking water and wastewater treatment processes. As managing director, Wilson will proactively manage and provide the direction and operation of MWH Laboratories at the Monrovia facility.

Wilson holds a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Conn. His previous experience includes serving as laboratory director responsible for the leadership of multiple laboratory facilities in the western United States. Most recently, he served as director of information technology for a nationwide environmental testing laboratory network, where he led a successful laboratory information system implementation and Web site redesign.

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