As Manager of Treatment and Production Facilities, Greg A. Shellito manages all of the Utility Board treatment and pumping operations. He and his staff are responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Morgantown Water Treatment Plant, the Morgantown Wastewater Treatment Plant, and the newly acquired Cheat Lake Wastewater Treatment Plant. In addition, Mr. Shellito is responsible for 14 pumping and tankage systems in the water distribution system and 22 wastewater lift stations in the collection system. Mr. Shellito also acts as the Utility Board liaison to regulating federal and state agencies.
Prior to appointment his current position, Mr. Shellito served as Superintendent and Plant Engineer of the Wastewater Treatment Plant. He holds bachelor of science degrees in biology and chemistry from Gannon University in Erie, Pennsylvania, and a master of science in biology from West Virginia University. Mr. Shellito is an Environmental Engineer and is certified as a Registered Engineer in Training. He has been a licensed Class IV wastewater treatment plant operator since 1988.
Mr. Shellito has published several articles in national professional journals. He is a member of several professional associations, including the West Virginia Water Environment Association, which he served as President, the American Water Works Association and the Rural Water Association.
The organizational chart for the water treatment and waste water treatment is available here (this will open in a new window).