Sept. 18, 2012 - City’s Wastewater Treatment Facility receives outstanding performance award
City’s Wastewater Treatment Facility receives outstanding performance award
The City of Boulder’s 75th Street Wastewater Treatment Facility has received the Plant Performance Award from the Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association (RMWEA) in recognition of the facility’s outstanding maintenance, operations and public relations.
One Plant Performance Award is granted annually to a select wastewater treatment plant in the RMWEA’s three-state area. The award was officially presented on Sept.10 at the Joint Annual Conference of the RMWEA and the Rocky Mountain Section of the American Water Works Association.
The Wastewater Treatment Facility was recognized for consistently exceeding regulatory compliance standards during the past three years; for proactive and comprehensive maintenance, including rollout of a new computerized maintenance management system; and for a robust facility tour initiative, ranging from grade school groups to university researchers. The facility promotes a “one plant” mindset to balance goals and manage challenges associated with the three waste materials: air emissions, biosolids and final effluent.
Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association
Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 October 2012 08:42