Utility Awards
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Utility Awards

Below is a list of awards offered by NC AWWA-WEA to utilities. Click on links below for more information on each award!

 

Disaster Preparedness Award

The NC AWWA-WEA Disaster Preparedness Award is presented to individuals and utilities in acknowledgment of outstanding achievement in advancing disaster preparedness initiatives thereby strengthening our preparedness and increasing our resolve to prepare for, respond to, recover from, and mitigate the effects of natural disasters, man-made disasters, and acts of aggression against our locality, county, state, and nation.

 

Walter J. Courmon Safety Award

The purpose of this award is to encourage an active and effective safety program in municipal and industrial water facilities, and to stimulate the collecting and reporting of injury data. The documented and illustrated safety program and safety records of the facility for the preceding calendar year are the primary criteria for the award. 

Water Distribution System of the Year Award

Recipients of the award will have demonstrated that it performs quality water system maintenance procedures through the efficient use of labor, materials, equipment, and innovative methods to keep its distribution system in good working condition to minimize health hazards.

George W. Burke, Jr. Safety Award

The purpose of this award is to encourage an active and effective safety program in municipal and industrial wastewater facilities, and to stimulate the collecting and reporting of injury data. The documented and illustrated safety program and safety record of the facility for the preceding calendar year are the primary criteria for the award. 

Wastewater Collection System of the Year Award

Recipients of the award will have demonstrated that it performs quality collection system maintenance procedures through the efficient use of labor, materials, equipment, and innovative methods to keep its collection system in good working condition to minimize health hazards and property damage that occur due to sanitary sewer over flows during both wet weather and dry weather conditions.

 

 

 

 
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