Jeffrey Fulgham was appointed Chief Sustainability Officer and Ecomagination Leader in April, 2010. He is responsible for leading the division’s sustainability initiative. As chief sustainability officer and ecomagination leader, he provides leadership for the company’s Ecomagination program, water reuse and reduction initiatives, and the Water for Humanity program.
A 27-year veteran in the water industry, Fulgham began his career in 1981 in industrial water treatment chemical sales at Nalco. In 1989, he joined Betz Laboratories, Inc. as a field salesman in the Power Division and was promoted to Corporate Sales Manager for Power Generation in 1994. From 1998 to 2002, he held positions of increasing responsibility within the commercial and corporate sales organizations until the company was acquired by GE Water & Process Technologies. Since that date of acquisition, he has a variety of senior leadership roles in global marketing.
Fulgham has been a key speaker at numerous industry events, including UN International Water Conference, Goldman Sachs Global Water Conference, US-India Business Council for Green India, NASA Environmental & Energy Conference, and Executive Energy Forum.
So we need to stop thinking about a waste water stream as pure waste and look at it as an asset.
Places that today aren’t really seeing a particular water challenge, are absolutely going to have problems if we don’t change our ways.