Ozone association elects new president

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Jeff Neemann will begin his two-year term as IOA International President in January 2012.

June 20, 2011 -- Jeff Neemann has been elected the new president of the International Ozone Association (IOA) by the organization's general assembly.

Neemann is the Assistant Director of Water Treatment Technology for Black & Veatch and currently serves as IOA International Treasurer. Previously he served as IOA Pan American Group President and IOA International Secretary.

Neemann will begin his two-year term as IOA International President in January 2012.

The IOA is a not-for-profit educational association that performs its information-sharing functions through sponsorship of international symposia, seminars, publications and the development of personal relationships among ozone specialists throughout the world. Additional information is available at www.io3a.org.

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