Hartman to Lead WLSSD Engineering

Hartman to Lead WLSSD Engineering


DULUTH, MN – Western Lake Superior Sanitary District (WLSSD) Executive Director Marianne Bohren, has promoted Nathan Hartman, P.E. to Engineering Supervisor. In this role, Hartman will oversee oversees the integrity and long-term reliability of WLSSD’s wastewater and solid waste infrastructure. Through integration of state-of-the-art technologies, planning and management of WLSSD’s capital improvement program, development and maintenance of facility master plans, management of the interceptor inspection and maintenance program, and ongoing project management and technical support, Nate and the Engineering Team support WLSSD operations to ensure the effectiveness and longevity of WLSSD’s facilities and infrastructure.

“Nate’s leadership skills, as well as technical and facility knowledge, make him a great fit for this role,” said Caroline Clement, P.E., WLSSD’s Manager of Planning and Technical Services. “Nate has been a leader and a standout on our highly-skilled Engineering Team.  We are very glad that he’s ready to use his talent and expertise to lead us through the next phases of our infrastructure needs.” Throughout his 12-year tenure at WLSSD, Hartman was promoted through a series of engineering roles at WLSSD.

Hartman joined WLSSD as an engineer in 2008.  Hartman earned a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering and a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Minnesota Duluth. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Minnesota. He is also a member of several professional organizations. Prior to joining WLSSD, Hartman worked as a Project Engineer at USG Interiors.

Western Lake Superior Sanitary District provides award-winning wastewater and solid waste services to residents, businesses and industries within its 530 square mile legislative boundaries in Southern St. Louis and northern Carlton counties, and is a nationally recognized leader in pollution prevention.