Worth Noting - December 2021


Craig Netwig, founder of King Lee Technologies, was inducted into the American Membrane Technology Association Hall of Fame for his vision to create the first specialty chemical supplier uniquely serving the membrane industry.

The Water Environment Federation received Power of A awards from the American Society of Association Executives for its Introducing Future Leaders to Opportunities in Water (InFLOW) program and its role in the Brave Blue World documentary film.

David Thoenen, wastewater plant supervisor in Mexico, received the Small Plant Operator of the Year award from the Missouri Water Environment Association.

Chuck Stranahan, town board member for West Terre Haute Water Works, received the 2021 Administrative Professional of the Year award from Alliance of Indiana Rural Water.

The Athens Wastewater Treatment Plant received the Alabama Water Environment Association Award of Excellence (5-10 mgd) and the Alabama Water and Pollution Control Association Award of Excellence (>8.9 mgd).

The City of Palm Coast Utility Department received the 2020 Drinking Water Plant Operations Excellence Award from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

The City of Cadiz received the Wooden Bucket Award from the Kentucky Rural Water Association for exceptional efforts in meeting community demands, enhancing operations and complying with regulations.

Castle Rock Water received the Outstanding Water Treatment Plant award from the Rocky Mountain Section AWWA.

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Dec. 1

AWWA Lessons Learned from Surface Water and Reuse Utilities: Maximizing Contaminant Removal with Biofiltration, webinar. Visit www.awwa.org.

Dec. 7-9

AWWA North American Water Loss 2021, The Renaissance Austin, Texas. Visit www.awwa.org.

Dec. 15

AWWA 2021 Regulatory Update, webinar. Visit www.awwa.org.


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