Woodbridge, VA—August 17, 2011—The Prince William County Service Authority’s commitment to environmental stewardship has resulted in a prestigious Gold Peak Performance Award for the H. L. Mooney Advanced Water Reclamation Facility (AWRF). The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) gave the H. L. Mooney AWRF their Gold Peak Performance Award honoring 100% compliance with environmental regulatory permit limit requirements at the Facility.
During the calendar year 2010, the H. L. Mooney AWRF reported zero violations on monthly Discharge Monitoring Reports. The permit limits imposed on AWRF’s discharging to the tidal portion of the Potomac River in Virginia are among the most stringent in the country.
“The Prince William County Service Authority is an outstanding example of environmental efforts. NACWA is honored to showcase the achievements of the Prince William County Service Authority and our nation’s public wastewater utilities through the Peak Performance Awards Program,” said Ken Kirk, NACWA’s Executive Director.
Service Authority General Manager Dean E. Dickey said, “The NACWA award is testament to our customers that the Service Authority takes our responsibility and commitment to environmental stewardship very seriously.”
For more information on Prince William County Service Authority’s water quality efforts, contact Keenan Howell at 703-335-7999, or visit us at www.pwcsa.org.
The Prince William County Service Authority provides drinking water
and water reclamation services to more than 76,000 residential and commercial accounts.