Adam Sackenheim  
Public Utilities
Title: Public Utilities Director
Phone: 513-896-8153
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Responsibilities

As Public Utilities Director, Adam is responsible for oversight and administration of the City's drinking water supply and distribution systems, as well as the City's wastewater collection and treatment systems. The Public Utilities Department provides water and sanitary sewer services to a population of over 44,000. To provide these services, the City pumps and treats close to 2 billion gallons of drinking water per year, and collects and treats roughly the same amount of wastewater. The ultimate objective of the Public Utilities Department is to protect public health and the environment.

Background

Adam is a life-long resident of Butler County. He earned a Master's Degree from Miami University's Institute of Environmental Sciences, with a focus on water resources management. Prior to working for Fairfield, Adam worked as the Regulatory Compliance Manager for Butler County Water and Sewer, and more recently as the Compliance and Safety Superintendent for Cincinnati Water Works and MSD. Adam holds a Class III Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certificate for Water Supply and a Class II certificate for Wastewater Treatment.

Personal Interests/Family

Adam and his wife Sarah and their three young sons reside in Fairfield. Adam enjoys football and golf, as well as kayaking and spending time at Lake Cumberland.

Read an article written by Adam about nutrient enrichment in the Great Miami River from the "Buckeye Bulletin," a publication of the Ohio Water Environment Association. 

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