Jack Moss

former Executive Director

With more than 30 years of experience in the private sector side of the water services industry, Jack Moss is a founding staff member of AquaFed. He contributed to the creation and international recognition, growth and reach of the Federation. From 2015 to 2017 he was its Executive Director.

 

With a background from the UK construction industry Mr Moss worked in water services development in many different situations and countries around the world. He has written papers and made presentations in conferences on the broad range of issues related to water and wastewater, including for the OECD, World Bank, and the United Nations. He was spokesperson for Business Action for Water (BAW) at the “Major Group – Business and Industry” for various World Water Forum political processes, involved in the World Summit on Sustainable Development, and the various CSDs.

 

He promoted water and related issues in the preparatory process of the UN “Rio+20” and at the conference itself. He is AquaFed´s focal point for UN-Water and for the Multilateral Organisations in general. He has been an active member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development's (WBCSD) water team and is chair of the water group of the BIAC (Business & Industry Advisory Committee to OECD). He was a member of the International Scientific and Programme Committee for the World Water Week in Stockholm and a member of the steering committee of the Water Integrity Network (WIN).

 

He is British and holds an Honours Degree in Geography from Oxford, and professional qualifications in construction project management.

 

March 14th 2015

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    • Album | 30/06/16 | Field Visits
      Field Visit - Aquapolo, tertiary wastewater treatment plant (Odebrecht)
    • Album | 30/06/16 | Operator Commitments
      Field Visit - Aquapolo, tertiary wastewater treatment plant (Odebrecht)
    • Press release | 30/09/15 | 10 years AquaFed - Sustainable Development Goals 2015-2030: potential for AquaFed and its members