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Green Water Infrastructure Founder to Elected to the Board of Directors for the Hoosier Environmental Council

Tom Barrett, owner of Westfield, Indiana-based Green Water Infrastructure, has been elected to the Board of Directors for the Hoosier Environmental Council (HEC).

“I am pleased to be a part of an organization dedicated to make Indiana a better place to live and do business.,” said Barrett. “The environmental challenges we need to tackle will inspire others to incorporate such practices into their environments and everyday lives.”

About Tom Barrett:

Tom Barrett is an accomplished corporate growth and change agent with over thirty years of landscape industry experience.   Tom’s personal and executive level leadership experience, promotes corporate revenue growth through change and innovation for business start-ups, corporate expansions, and divisional turnarounds.

As a nationally recognized speaker, Tom Barrett has been delivering energetic, dynamic presentations and training for over twenty years.  His presentations empower people to become masters of change by developing tools for transformational thinking.

“Tom’s been a leader with smart water technologies, green roofs, rainwater harvesting and other emerging technologies well before they became buzzwords at water conferences. It’s impressive to work with Tom because he knows his stuff from the ground up.” – Jeff Carowitz, Principal, Strategic Force, Inc.

About Green Water Infrastructure:

Green Water Infrastructure is a consulting company that integrates water resources for sustainable site development. Their goal is to utilize one hundred percent of the on-site water resources on site. Green Water saves communities money by combining green infrastructure with gray infrastructure and new technology with existing technology to create sustainable growth — environmentally and socially.

About the Hoosier Environmental Council:

The Hoosier Environmental Council, founded in 1983, is Indiana’s largest state-wide environmental organization.  Over our more than twenty-five years, the Hoosier Environmental Council has succeeded in translating educational and advocacy efforts into environmental gains, with forest, groundwater and lake protection as part of their legacy.