Andrew Clough was appointed Wednesday as general manager of West County Wastewater (WCW), which provides sewage collection, treatment and disposal services to approximately 34,000 residences and 2,450 commercial and industrial businesses in communities including North Richmond, San Pablo, El Sobrante, Tara Hills and East Richmond Heights.
Clough, a professionial geologist and environmental scientist, was hired as deputy general manager of WCW in 2019 and possesses over 30 years of management and operations experience. Before joining WCW, he served as public works director for the cities of Berkeley and Emeryville.
Since joining WCW, he spearheaded management of significant projects, most recently the Clean and Green Project, which officially breaks ground later this month, as well as the Living Levee Project and significant intergovernmental agreements, according to WCW.
“We look forward to working with Andrew in his new role as General Manager,” WCW Board President Cheryl Sudduth stated, “and we have every confidence that he will continue to lead the organization on a path of success for staff and the West County community.”
WCW was founded in 1921 and serves a total population of about 100,000 residents across 16.9 square miles. It is goverened by a five-member Board of Directors. For more information, go here.