The Management Team brings decades of experience in the water and utility business:
President/CEO – Steven Greenberg
Steven Greenberg, Managing General Partner, has over 30 years of experience in the utility business with a broad range of responsibilities including operations, project management, business development, finance, regulatory and government affairs, and corporate executive management.
General Manager – Mia Natalino, P.E.
Mia is responsible for the overall day to day operations of ZRU. She is a licensed professional civil engineer with over 18 years of experience in the public and private sector. Mia has supervised the development and creation of two wastewater utilities and is currently overseeing the development of additional utilities in the I35 corridor.
In her past, she has managed construction business operations and as a civil engineer has created master development plans, plats and land survey directed products as well as provided oversight of residential and multi-use projects from feasibility phase through construction. She has directed rehabilitation projects, city/county/state improvement projects, TPDES/SCS/WPAP environmental reports, hydrology and hydraulic analysis for drainage system design, and contributed in county bond and municipal projects. Mia is a graduate of Texas A&M.
Operations Manager – Bill Fry
ill Fry has been involved in water and wastewater management since 1983. From 1993 until 2016 he was with Severn Trent Services managing water and wastewater projects across Texas and the Southwestern US. Prior to Severn Trent, Bill started his career with Am-Tex Corporation until Am Tex was purchased by Severn Trent in 1993. Over the years as a manager for both firms, Bill established himself as a water and wastewater management expert. He managed projects in Colorado, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Texas. He was Regional Manager for Texas Water Districts – MUDs. These projects were located in Houston, Austin, Dallas, and El Paso. Bill left Severn Trent Services in October 2016 to pursue his own business as a consultant.
Bill is a member and immediate Past President of the Association of Water Board Directors – Texas and is active in several other professional associations. AWBD is a state organization that represents their membership at the legislature and educates the members on the best practices in the water district industry in Texas. Bill has been a frequent speaker at industry events and has authored numerous papers and articles. He holds Class B Wastewater, Surface and Groundwater Certifications in the Texas