Marc Cammarata is the Deputy Water Commissioner for Planning for the Philadelphia Water Department. His responsibilities include the integration, direction and management of numerous aspects of the Department’s planning initiatives and environmental services, including strategic environmental and sustainability programming, water quality and quantity modeling, wet weather compliance, flood mitigation, both green and traditional infrastructure planning, stream and wetland restoration, Laboratory services, and Climate mitigation and adaptation efforts.
His Division is leading the efforts for the “Green City, Clean Waters” program which integrates land-based urban sustainability goals with the goals for clean, safe, attractive and accessible rivers and streams. He has over 20 years of experience in water resources engineering and environmental planning. He is a Professional Environmental Engineer with a graduate degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Villanova University and a Master’s of Science in water resources engineering from Drexel University.