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Recognition for safeguarding public health

Chartered Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering’s board of trustees chairman Rodney Cartwright has been presented with an Honorary Fellowship by the Society of Public Health Engineers.

The award was presented to Prof Cartwright at SoPHE’s 10th anniversary dinner, which took place at the Royal Garden Hotel in London on 7 November.

It was in recognition of his contribution in safeguarding and protecting public health.

Prof Cartwright said he was a passionate believer that high standards of plumbing and public health engineering are essential for good public health.

He has been the medical adviser for many water companies and the independent medical advisor to the government’s Drinking Water Inspectorate.

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