Meet Travis! Travis Neumuller has worked with Cobb County Water System for 12 years; his current position is Environmental Compliance Tech I. Travis’s position working with the industrial community in our pre-treatment program allows him to combine his interest in the environment and his knowledge from his previous background in chemical engineering in the petroleum/petro chemical industry. He is now part of the system that applies regulations, rather than a member of the regulated community.
Because of his background it is no wonder his favorite part of his job is getting to understand how different industries operate and discovering what is being produced in Cobb County. He also enjoys learning about other areas in the water system and discovering how they are connected to his responsibilities.
Travis has some valuable advice for people who are thinking about a career in the water industry. “The water related professions provide many opportunities to apply a wide range of skills. Don’t think you can’t work in water just because of your education/job history does not apply directly to water.”
If you want to catch Travis in his downtime you will have to be pretty adventurous. He enjoys all forms of cycling including velodrome, which he describes as “NASCAR on a bike with one gear and no brakes.” He also enjoys seeing the lakes and rivers he works so hard to protect from his kayak.
Thank you Travis, we appreciate all you do helping our industrial community keep our rivers and lakes clean.
2015 Customer Service Award Winner!
Mike Kahle, Watershed Stewardship Program, Environmental Compliance, was a recipient of the 4th Quarter Customer Service Specialist Award. Read more...
Notice Of Rate Adjustments Effective January 1, 2015
The Street Light Service Charge will increase from $3.50 per month to $4.00 per month.
For Cobb County retail customers located within the city limits of any of the incorporated cities of Cobb County, adopted commodity rates (water and sewer rates) are reduced by approximately 2.9 percent in recognition that most stormwater services within these cities are provided directly by the cities rather than through Cobb County. For detail information, please click here.