AUBURN, Alabama (July 1, 2019) -- The H.C. Morgan Water Pollution Control Facility, which provides wastewater treatment services for the City of Auburn, has been awarded the Plant Excellence Award from Alabama’s Water Environment Association (AWEA) for 2018. The award signifies the facility has met the highest standards among all wastewater facilities across the state with a treatment capacity of more than 10 million gallons per day. This is the second consecutive year the plant, operated and maintained by Veolia North America, has received the award.
“This award is a reflection of our strong partnership with the City of Auburn, and our commitment to delivering the highest quality services to the community,” said Bill DiCroce, president and CEO of Veolia North America, which provides operation and maintenance wastewater services to more than 150 municipalities across the country.
The H.C. Morgan plant will be presented with the award at the AWEA awards ceremony on July 30. The H.C. Morgan Water Pollution Control Facility will receive a two year achievement trophy to accompany the AWEA Plant Excellence Award.