Bob Baty honoured
South West Water’s Chief Executive has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering.
This prestigious accolade will be bestowed upon the water company's top man at an official ceremony to be held in London later this month.
Mr Baty joins an elite band representing the cream of British engineering talent and expertise and has been elected a Fellow in recognition of his personal input into South West Water's massive £1 billion "Clean Sweep" programme.
Mr Baty said today "I am naturally delighted and honoured to be elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and I accept the Fellowship on behalf of the many hundreds of people who have helped in the successful delivery of our "Clean Sweep" programme. It is providing significant environmental and economic benefits to the region and I am proud to be associated with it."
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Published: Published: 16 October 2000
Notes for Editors
The Royal Academy of Engineering aims to pursue, encourage and maintain excellence across the whole field of engineering in order to promote the advancement of the science, art and practice of engineering for the benefit of the public. The Academy comprises the UK's most eminent engineers and is able to use their combined wealth of knowledge and experience to meet its objectives.