David Taylor is the Director of Special Projects for Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District. He is leading the District’s effort to implement a new regulatory compliance strategy for phosphorus called watershed adaptive management. Taylor has been engaged in water quality issues at the state, regional and national level. He currently chairs the National Association of Clean Water Agencies Water Quality Trading workgroup and is participating in a series of dialogs on water quality in the Mississippi River Basin sponsored by the U.S. Water Alliance. Taylor received both his BS and MS degrees from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
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