New Hampshire Plant Doubles Up Maintenance and Wins an Award

Penacook wastewater treatment plant operators adapt to new technology and produce exceptional-quality effluent while running two facilities.
New Hampshire Plant Doubles Up Maintenance and Wins an Award
The team at the Penacook plant includes, from left, Albert Richards, equipment operator; Richard Tibbetts, maintenance aide; Roy Tobin, utility technician; Robert Sleis, operator; David Hussey, utility technician; Troy Hardy, maintenance technician; Derek Emerson, operator; Dan Driscoll, plant superintendent; Daniel Brodeur, utility electrician; Thomas Neforas, laboratory manager; Joe Mulleavey, maintenance supervisor; Kristin Noel, laboratory/industrial pretreatment technician; and Timothy King

It might be easy to miss the Penacook Wastewater Treatment Plant. It sits behind a farm, partially hidden in the Penacook Village area of Concord, New Hampshire. Yet, for the past 42 years, its operators have done exceptional work.

“Five years ago, this plant didn’t get the...

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