Fulton Receives A.V. Graf Award

Todd Fulton 002Wastewater Treatment Coordinator Todd Fulton received the A.V. Graf Award (Chairman’s Award of Appreciation) at the recent Missouri Water and Wastewater Conference (MWWC). The award is given in memory of A.V. Graf, MWWC’s first chairman. The recipient, like AV. Graf, shall have exhibited efforts to raise the standards of treatment and practice of the water works art. The recipient shall have been a member of the Missouri Water and Wastewater Conference for a period of not less than ten years. Fulton started work for the City of Cape Girardeau in 1990 as a shift worker/Wastewater Tech 1. He was promoted to Plant Maintenance/Wastewater Mechanic in 1999, promoted to Pre-Treatment Coordinator in 2005, and then promoted to Wastewater Treatment Coordinator in 2012. Fulton will help run Cape Girardeau’s new $56 million SBR 11 MGD wastewater treatment facility, which includes the first belt dryer in the state of Missouri used to produce a fertilizer pellet, which will be sold for agricultural use. Fulton is a past Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Southeast section of the MWWC, and has been secretary/treasurer of the southeast section for several years. He is married with three children and is very involved in his church community. Congratulations, Todd!