Aquasan Network, Inc., is a water resources organization that specializes in the political, institutional, and financial issues of water and wastewater management. Its president, Carmine Iadarola, started Aquasan Network in 1983. Mr. Iadarola has an extensive background in water and wastewater resources, but his multi-disciplinary background also includes finance, hydrology, water development, law, marketing, and engineering.
Mr. Iadarola has practical experience working as a sales administrator for the Denver Water Department, providing research and analysis on water and wastewater issues for the Colorado Legislature and as an Interim City Manager for the City of Silverthorne, Colorado, and currently serves as an Associate Professor in the School of Political Science at the University of Colorado, teaching courses relating to Certification in Administration of Environmental Programs. Mr. Iadarola is also unique in that he is one of a select few water experts, with a background in public administration, who has been qualified by the state and federal courts. His project background is wide-ranging and varied, and includes work on the Two Forks Dam Agreement process, water demand, and water asset studies for several Denver Metro Area municipalities, future water research studies for the cities of Lakewood and Littleton, Colorado, power plant water studies, water conservation studies, expert witness testimony for E-470 Highway Authority and easement, annexation, and water line negotiations on behalf of developers, special districts, and municipalities. Mr. Iadarola helped develop what was then the largest wind project in Colorado, at Peetz Table, and is presently developing the largest wind project in Lassen County, California, and the largest solar project in southern California.