The Association looks forward to recognizing more than 460 Member Agency facilities this summer, for outstanding levels of compliance and performance. NACWA’s Peak Performance Awards have honored tens of thousands of clean water facilities — and the operators and managers who run them – since its inception in 1987, and 2017 will be no exception. Along with 160 Gold Award winners – marking perfect compliance for the calendar year 2016 – the Association will honor over 150 Platinum Award winning facilities for perfect compliance for an astounding 5 to 28 years. Nearly 150 facilities will earn Silver recognition for their performance. Sixteen first-time Platinum Award winning facilities will receive their honors in person at the 2017 Utility Leadership Conference during an Awards Ceremony on July 25. Additional information will be sent to recipients soon. Congratulations and thank you for all that you do each and every day to protect our environment!
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