Small class size enabled tailoring of content to participants. The course explained most chemical scenarios using just a few tools, uncomplicating the issues.- Sydney 2016 View all testimonials

Rod Lehmann

Rod is a water engineer and has over thirty years experience in water and sewerage system planning.  He has been involved in major water planning studies for water supply and water recycling in South East Queensland and other parts of Australia.  He project managed a number of studies looking at the use of recycled water for agricultural purposes in the Lockyer Valley and the Darling Downs.  He also project managed the technical studies for the Toowoomba Water Futures Project and the ACTEW Water2WATER Project.  Both these projects involved investigation of the potential for using recycled water for indirect potable reuse.  He carried out investigations into water quality and water treatment efficacy for a number of water treatment plants in South East Queensland including the East Bank and West Bank Treatment Plants at Mt Crosby and the North Pine Treatment Plant.  Rod has also carried out studies for the use of rainwater tanks, dual systems for municipal water supply and the reuse of stormwater for irrigation of crops.  Up until recently Rod worked for CH2M HILL and established the Brisbane Office in 2001. He has recently established his own company called Water Strategies Pty Ltd and provides specialist advice on water supply and water recycling.