EIGHT GRAYS HARBOR SEWER PLANTS HONORED

 

The state Department of Ecology says a record-breaking number of Washington’s sewer treatment plants were in perfect compliance in 2010. Operators of the plants play a key role to clean up wastewater and prevent pollution from reaching the state’s waters. Ecology’s award program is honoring 104 wastewater treatment plants for perfect compliance in 2010. Each had a perfect track record in complying with the state’s regulations. Nine plants achieved the honor for the first time, including the City of McCleary. Other Grays Harbor winners were:

 

City of Aberdeen Wastewater Treatment Plant – previous awards in 2004 & 2007-2009

 

City of Elma Wastewater Treatment Plant – previous awards in 2007-2009

 

Grays Harbor County Pacific Beach Wastewater Treatment Plant – previous award in 1998

 

City of Montesano Wastewater Treatment Plant – previous award in 2007

 

City of Ocean Shores Wastewater Treatment Plant – previous awards in 1999 & 2003-2009

 

Satsop Development Park Wastewater Treatment Plant – previous awards in 2008-2009

 

City of Westport Wastewater Treatment Plant – previous award in 2009

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