Brian Mormino, director of environmental strategy and compliance at Cummins, has been named to a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency advisory committee.
Mormino, who lives in Columbus, will join the EPA’s Clean Air Act Advisory Committee, a senior-level policy council that advises the agency on matters related to implementing the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.
The committee has roughly 40 members representing state and local governments; environmental and public interest groups; business and industry; academics; and other interest groups.
“Cummins has a long history of working with governments in the United States and around the world to develop regulations that are both meaningful and reasonable,” Mormino said. “My hope is that my work on this committee will be in keeping with that tradition.”
Mormino joined Cummins in 2006 working on a variety of clean-air issues for the Columbus-based engine maker, including helping to launch and then serve as co-chairman of the Midwest Clean Diesel Initiative, a public-private collaboration dedicated to reducing diesel emissions in the Midwest.
Before joining Cummins, Mormino worked on energy and environmental issues on Capitol Hill in Washington as staff director of the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Clean Air, Climate Change and Nuclear Safety.
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