AMTA director emeritus wins prestigious Presidential Award

The American Membrane Technology Association recently announced that Director Emeritus Dr. Irving Moch has received the AMTA Presidential Award for his many years of service on the board of directors and most recent activity as a director emeritus.

Aug. 21, 2015 -- The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) recently announced that Director EmeritusDr. Irving Moch has received the AMTA Presidential Award.

Moch received the prestigious award from AMTA President Scott Freeman for his many years of service on the board of directors and most recent activity as a director emeritus.

The award reads:

"In recognition of Irving Moch's extraordinary leadership in the fields of desalination and membrane water treatment, including his more than fifty years of service at DuPont Permasep and his firm, Moch & Associates, countless volunteer hours assisting the AMTA Board as a Director, as well as scholarly authorship and editing for publications, conferences, and industry standards."

Moch is stepping down from his director emeritus position on the AMTA board of directors and will be greatly missed. He has served in the position since 2002 and was a key organizer of many of the membrane technology conferences that were held during those years.

See also:

"AMTA appoints two new director emeritus members to board"

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