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Introducing Pete Leber

Centralia-South Regional Manager at IER

John Van Wingerden \ December 16, 2020

Pete graduated from the University of Oregon with a Bachelor’s degree in Food Science Technology. Pete started to work as a laboratory supervisor for a potato processing plant in the Tri-Cities of Washington.

From there, Pete moved back to Oregon to join a cherry processing plant, where he held several roles in both supervisory and management positions – Production Manager, Plant Manager and eventually Vice President of Operations, with responsibilities covering two processing plants. During that time, wastewater treatment became an important part of his overall operational responsibility.

Outside of work, Pete likes spending time outdoors especially hunting, fishing and camping.

Pete brings a depth of on-site wastewater experience, with a strong focus on both regulations and budget, to provide hands-on expertise and excellent service to IER customers.

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Over the years, IER have helped many customers, from a range of industries, with their wastewater challenges. The strength and success of our organisation is due to quality of our products and the commitment of our team.

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