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WESTON'S GLEDHILL NAMED VICE PRESIDENT OF APWA INSTITUTE FOR SOLID WASTE

 WEST CHESTER, Pa., Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Bruce E. Gledhill, project director at Roy F. Weston, Inc. (NASDAQ: WSTNA) (WESTON)(R), nationwide environmental services firm, has been elected vice president of the American Public Works Association (APWA) Institute for Solid Wastes, it was announced today.
 Gledhill is the first professional from private sector business to hold executive office in APWA's Institute.
 APWA, a 27,000-member professional organization, is comprised of public works officials and private industry representatives from the United States and Canada. Gledhill, who has served on the institute's executive council for three years, has 22 years of public works experience. Before joining WESTON in January 1990, he served as Deputy Commissioner of Streets for the City of Philadelphia. At WESTON, Gledhill specializes in environmental projects within the public works arena.
 APWA's Institute for Solid Wastes provides technical assistance, conducts workshops, sponsors and promotes research in solid waste issues and is influential in the development of solid waste programs, policies, and practices. As the institute's vice president, Gledhill will offer guidance to APWA in solid waste issues and provide direction for the association's educational programs.
 Gledhill said his work with APWA will benefit him in his position at WESTON. "Continuing to work with the institute provides me a greater knowledge of issues currently confronting public works officials and ultimately helps me to serve them better," he said.
 WESTON is a nationwide environmental engineering, design and consulting firm specializing in analytical services, remediation, facility construction and operations, technical information management and major program services for government and industry. WESTON serves the environmental needs of clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies and federal organizations such as the U.S. Department of Defense and Department of Energy to state agencies and municipalities across the nation.
 WESTON is headquartered in West Chester and operates a national network of 45 offices and laboratories including New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Boston, Atlanta and Washington, D.C.
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 /CONTACT: Michael E. Herron, corporate communications director of Roy F. Weston, Inc., 215-344-3442/
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