2022 Watershed WaveMaker: Paul Malmrose

Join us in celebrating Paul Malmrose at the Toast to the Tribs on June 8! Tickets and more info here.

Paul Malmrose has been tireless in his dedication to the Hudson River Drinking Water Intermunicipal Council, also known as the Hudson 7. A retired Tighe and Bond environmental engineer, Paul brings decades of engineering experience to his role as a volunteer advisor. He has led or contributed to efforts related to climate impacts on the salt front and its effects on drinking water quality and treatment, the new federal lead and copper rule, risks from disinfection byproducts, cyber security risks, the proposal to install an electric transmission cable in the Hudson (the Champlain Hudson Power Express, or CHPE), turbid discharges to the Esopus Creek from NYC’s Ashokan Reservoir, and other issues. These impact over 100,000 people that drink water from the Hudson River, as well as upstream watershed communities. Paul has been a strong voice in advocating for solutions that can address complex watershed issues in the short- and long-term.