Division of Environmental Management
DEPARTMENT OF WATER QUALITY

    Management & Staff

    Daniel DiVito, Deputy Director

    Responsible for the safe, economical and efficient operations of the water and sewer systems within the County jurisdiction in compliance with the all State and Federal regulations. In charge of administrative and operational aspects of the Washington County Department of Water Quality facilities, and facilities owned by private owner/municipality and operated by the department. Direction is provided by the Director of the Division of Environmental Management.

    Kim Bowers, Superintendent of Operations

    Performs responsible professional and administrative work planning, orgainizing and supervising water, wastewater and pretreatment operations. Direction is provided by the Water and Sewer Operations Director. Supervision is exercised over subordinate personnel.

    Rick Stevens, Asst. Superintendent of Operations

    NPDES permits and SDWA standards and regulations – compliance.
    General operations of wastewater and water treatment plants.
    Facility permitting.
    Reporting.

    Bill Martin, Superintendent of Collections

    Operations and maintenance of pump stations, grinder tanks/pumps, gravity sewer, low pressure sewer,
    Small diameter gravity, and force main systems.
    Reporting

    Craig Reid, Asst. Superintendent Collections

    Operations and maintenance of pump stations, grinder tanks/pumps, gravity sewer, low pressure sewer,
    Small diameter gravity, and force main systems.
    Reporting

    Rocky Bishop, Superintendent, Chief of Maintenance

    Maintenance division.
    Maintenance of all facilities
    Capital project work for installation or repair

    Tom Barnhart, Assistant Chief of Maintenance

    Maintenance division.
    Maintenance of all facilities
    Capital project work for installation or repair

    Joe Sutton, Industrial Pretreatment Manager

    Administration and enforcement of U.S. EPA's Pretreatment Program for publicly owned wastewater treatment works located in Washington County and City of Hagerstown.

    Michelle Willis
    Billing Questions

Ag Land Preservation Bloody Lane, Antietam National Battlefield Potomac River, Williamsport, MD Rails-to-Trails, Big Pool, MD Aerial View of Hump Rd