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Renewable Water Resources Employees Receive Awards from the Water Environment Association of South Carolina

Posted April 2, 2014 in Articles

Greenville, S.C. (April 2, 2014) — Two Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) employees received Water Environment Association of South Carolina (WEASC) awards at the 2014 South Carolina Environmental Conference in Myrtle Beach.

Dana Green, facility operator at ReWa’s Georges Creek/ Marietta facilities received the WEASC Operator of the Year Award at the South Carolina Environmental Conference. The award is given annually to a water or wastewater treatment plant operator for excellent achievement in the direct operation of a water or wastewater treatment system in South Carolina. “I am astounded by the professionalism and knowledge that Green demonstrates every day on the job. He has always taken the lead and done exceptional work, and he has always been willing to help in any way possible. Green is a pleasure to work with and I am thankful to have him as a part of my team at Georges Creek and Marietta facilities,” said Chris Elliott, foreman at ReWa’s Georges Creek Facilities.

Joshua Webb, instrumentation and electronics technician for ReWa, received the Maintenance Person of the Year Award from WEASC. This award is given annually to an Association member for excellent achievement in maintenance of a water, wastewater, and collection or distribution system in South Carolina. “Webb is always willing to share his knowledge and always makes time to assist others. He is never critical of others, but prefers to lend a hand of friendship. Webb has made my life and so many others so much more enjoyable each day just by being himself and setting an example that we all can benefit from in our own lives,” said Barry Smith, instrumentation manager at ReWa.