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Walkerton Clean Water Centre appoints new CEO


July 8, 2014
By Ground Water Canada
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July 8, 2014, Walkerton, ON – The Walkerton Clean Water
Centre board of directors appointed Roman Martiuk chief executive officer.

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July 8, 2014, Walkerton, ON – The Walkerton Clean Water
Centre board of directors appointed Roman Martiuk chief executive officer.

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“Roman brings a wealth of senior management experience from
the municipal sector,” said John Stager, chair of the board, in a media
statement. “Roman’s extensive experience as a municipal Chief Administrative Officer
combined with his knowledge and experience in operating water systems will be
invaluable as the Centre delivers on its important mandate.”

Martiuk most recently held the position of chief administrative
officer of Orillia and has held similar positions in Belleville, Burlington and
Georgina, Ont., and Prince Albert, Sask. Earlier in his career he held
management positions in finance, engineering and human resources.

In addition to being a professional engineer, Martiuk holds
the Certified Management Accountant and Chartered Professional Accountant
designations. After graduating from the University of Toronto in engineering, he
completed a masters of business administration at McMaster University. He
continued his education on a part-time basis, completing programs in accounting,
human resources and information technology.

“I am very excited about joining the Centre and taking on
this important leadership role,” said Martiuk, in the statement. He will start
work in early September.

The Walkerton Clean Water Centre, which was established by
the Ontario government in 2004 to safeguard drinking water for the people of
Ontario, has established itself as a centre for high-quality training, applied
research and technology demonstration.