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UNITED WATER AND AECOM GARNER TOP ENGINEERING HONORS FOR EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I., FACILITY
United Water and AECOM are pleased to announce that Engineering News-Record New England (ENR) magazine has named the City of East Providence, R.I, Water Pollution Control Facility an “award of merit” in New England. United Water and AECOM completed extensive improvements last year that have made the 59-year-old facility more operationally friendly and efficient.
UNITED WATER NAMES DAVID CARTER GENERAL MANAGER AND VICE PRESIDENT OF OPERATIONS
Carter, a former vice president of operations for Veolia Water North America, now responsible for United Water’s operations the Midwest and North Carolina.
UNITED WATER VOLUNTEERS HELP CLEAN UP ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE CONNECTICUT RIVER
United Water is proud that it’s Holyoke and Springfield, MA employees joined hundreds of volunteers along the Connecticut River for the 17th annual Source to Sea Cleanup.
UNITED WATER RECOGNIZED FOR OPERATION OF COHASSET, MA, WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
United Water announced today that the Massachusetts Water Pollution Control Association (MWPCA) has recognized the Town of Cohasset, MA, wastewater treatment plant—operated and maintained by United Water—as the best small wastewater treatment facility in the state. United Water has been operating the plant since January 2011.
UNITED WATER & CAL RIPKEN, SR. FOUNDATION HOST END-OF-YEAR CELEBRATION FOR THE JERSEY CITY BADGES FOR BASEBALL PROGRAM
The Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation (CRSF) and United Water hosted an end-of-year celebration for the Badges for Baseball Program in Jersey City, NJ. Two baseball teams from the Jersey City Reviving Baseball in the Inner City Program (RBI) played a friendly game at Jersey City Fields. The players received support and instruction from guest managers, including former Major League ball players Bob Tufts, Glenn Borgmann, Jack Cullen, John Doherty and Oreste Marrero. The night kicked off with Ryan Struthers, director of recreation, Jersey City and Rolando Lavarro, Jr., council president, Jersey City’s City Council throwing out the inaugural first pitch and included a barbeque with food donated by United Water.
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