Mr. Betteidge’s career began as an engineering technician at Boeing, designing payload systems for 747 and 767’s, then with Boeing Computer Networks and their phone systems nationwide. He transitioned to environmental engineering in the early ’90s assisting engineers and scientists to clean up polluted groundwater and soils resulting from industrial and military activities as well as leaking underground storage tanks. Mr. Betteridge began public service in 2001 after seven years with civil engineers designing single-family, multifamily, and commercial developments including TESC plans. While at The City of Federal Way he supported the Public Works Division with stormwater inspections, erosion control inspections, and salmon restoration sampling efforts in support of illicit discharge detection and pollution responses. He has been continuously CESCL Certified since 2005 and an APWA certified stormwater manager for five years. He has developed training for city inspectors and regional information-sharing groups. Mr. Betteridge currently works at the City of Tukwila as the NPDES coordinator and manages the Lower Duwamish Source Control efforts to clean up the Superfund site called the Lower Duwamish Waterway.