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Renewable Water Resources Recognizes Industries for Compliance Excellency

Posted June 3, 2015 in Press Release

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Renewable Water Resources Recognizes Industries for Compliance Excellency

Greenville, S.C. (June 3, 2015) – Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) recognized 47 local businesses for their environmental stewardship during its 23rd Annual Compliance Excellency Awards Banquet at the Marriott Hotel in May.

The Compliance Excellency Awards are presented annually to local industries that are in compliance with ReWa’s Sewer Use Regulation. Plaques are given to industries with complete compliance for the year, meaning no violations of their permit, and certificates are given to industries with no more than one violation within that year.

“Renewable Water Resources staff wishes to extend deep appreciation to these organizations for assisting in providing a cleaner environment in the Upstate, and making every effort to be compliant with industry requirements” said Joel Jones, pretreatment manager at ReWa.

Companies that received a plaque for compliance excellency were: Ashland Inc., B & E Electroform Co., BASF Corporation, Bausch + Lomb, Booth Electrosystems, Inc., ByrTech Custom Machine Works, Inc., Cherokee Management, LLC, Cintas Corp. – Beechtree, Columbia Farms – Pelham, Cytec Carbon Fibers LLC, Daystrong Rubber Products, LLC, Fabri-Kal Corporation, Greenville Colorants LLC, Holly Oak Chemical, Inc., Kemet Electronics Corp. – Simpsonville A, Kemet Electronics Corp. – Simpsonville B

Michelin US1, Mitsubishi Polyester Films, Inc., National Electrical Carbon Products, Inc., Ortec, Inc., Pharmaceutical Associates, Inc., Pratrivero USA Inc., Roy Metal Finishing Co.- Matrix, Roy Metal Finishing Co.- Mauldin, Royal Adhesives & Sealants, Safety Components Fabric Technology, Saint Gobain Abrasives, Inc., Stevens Aviation, Inc., T&S Brass & Bronze Works, Inc., Teknor Apex Carolina Company.

Industries that received an award certificate for their compliance were: Columbia Farms – Mauldin, CompX National, Cryovac, Inc., Encore of Greenville, LLC, Ethox Chemicals, LLC, GE Greenville Gas Turbine L.L.C., Industrial Container and Services – SC, LLC, JPS Composite Materials Slater, KM Fabrics, Inc., Maillis Strapping Systems – USA, Inc., Perrigo Company of SC, Inc., Rich Products Corporation, Roy Metal Finishing Co. – Conestee, Southern Weaving Co., The Crown Group, Tiarco Chemical, Unifirst Corporation.

 

Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) ReWa’s goal is to promote a cleaner environment, and to protect the public health and water quality of the Upstate waterways, while providing and developing the necessary sewer infrastructure for the growing economy. ReWa serves more than 400,000 industrial, commercial and residential customers in Greenville County and parts of Anderson, Spartanburg, Pickens and Laurens Counties. For more information about the Compliance Excellency Award, or to learn more about ReWa, please visit www.rewaonline.org.

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