Water NI 2011 - George Butler Interview


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George Butler, Director of Asset Management, Northern Ireland Water George has worked in most aspects of the water industry as a consultant, independent contractor, regulator, financier and operator. He is a chartered engineer, member of the Institution of Civil Engineers, CIWEM and Institute of Water. He is a director of the water industry research organisation, UKWIR. George's role with Northern Ireland Water has responsibility for strategic asset management, health & safety and the company's environmental services. He also chairs the NIW pension company. He is married with 3 children and lives in Belfast.

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