With 30 years of experience and degrees in both Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Andy Torres has a career that spans several industries and fields. When Torres began his Centrisys career in 2015, he was originally hired to be the Service Director. He took the assignment to manage the installation and startup for the Wards Island and Hunts Point Wastewater Treatment Plants in New York City. His management and supervisory skills were key for a seamless installation and acceptance of the (32) CS26-4 decanter centrifuges.
In 2021, Torres is now the Director of Operations where he will work with the aftermarket teams to optimize the management of resources, communication and processes.
Torres held management positions in Field Service and Testing and Product Engineering with Navistar International Trucks, Detroit Steel Products and Rassini/Hendrickson Suspensions. While in charge of field testing for Navistar, he and his engineering team drove trucks collecting data around the world in many different conditions and terrains.
- 2019 Frost & Sullivan Product Leadership Award for the North America Sludge Treatment
- 2019 CIOReview for the 20 Most Promising Metals and Mining Technology Solution Providers
- 2019 Salvation Army Other’s Award Recipient for “Resources Supporting Others”
- 2018 Utility of the Future Today Recognition Program for the Kenosha WWTP Optimization Project
- 2017 W&WD Top Project for the Kenosha WWTP Optimization Project
- 2017 ACEC Grand Award Winner for the Kenosha WWTP Optimization Project
- 2013 WEF Innovative Technology Award – THK Thickening System
- 2007 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year
- Water Environment Federation (WEF)
- The Water Research Foundation (WRF)
- Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT)
- Mid-Atlantic Biosolids Association (MABA)
- Kenosha Area Business Alliance (KABA)
- Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce
- The Water Council
- Made in Wisconsin - Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC)