Shannon Murphy is VP Business Development & Compliance at Aquamor.
Bachelor of Science from Concordia University, Montreal Canada and Masters of Science from Wayne State University, Detroit Michigan.
10 years at NSF International holding various positions within the organization from Program Representative and Assistant Manager in Standard 61, Operations Manager in the DTWU Program and General Manager in the Plumbing Program.
10 years at Watts Water Quality, during this time, worked with State and Federal EPA, Association of State Drinking Water Administrators (ASDWA), Health Canada, State Primacy Agencies, Rural Water Association, AWWA, regional regulatory bodies, engineering firms and directly with small systems and operators across the country in order to develop and oversee successful decentralized Point of Use / Point of Entry programs for small system drinking water compliance.
Having worked with several state and regulatory bodies, authored multiple decentralized rules and guidelines which are now currently in use by states to implement, run and verify compliance through decentralized water treatment systems.
At Aquamor eight years, remain directly involved with product development, compliance as well as continuing work regarding POE/POU small system compliance tools. Active in WQA and PWQA Legislative Days as well as associated legislative initiatives such as California State Water Resources Control Board SAFER Initiative.
Voting member of the NSF Drinking Water Treatment Unit Joint Committee and Industry Forum, Pacific Water Quality Association Past President and current Board Member, former WQA Board of Director, active within and Chairing WQRF research initiatives, WQA and PWQA Legislative Days participant and participant on several WQA industry / association committees, recipient of the WQA Regents Award.