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Renewable Water Resources Receives SC Chamber of Commerce Safety Awards

GREENVILLE, SC – March 29, 2012 – Renewable Water Resources (ReWa) is proud to recognize all of its plants and facilities for winning 2011 South Carolina Chamber of Commerce Safety Awards.

The Safety, Health and Security Committee of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce honors members who had a successful safety record. This program is designed to recognize companies and their employees who have a commendable Lost Workday Case Rate during the 2011 calendar year.

The following facility representatives were recognized for lost-time rates of less than 1.0:

  • Administrative & Engineering Services Departments had 310,476 man-hours worked since last lost-time accident (LTA); award accepted by Barbara Wilson
  • Durbin Creek Plant had 36,938 man-hours since the last LTA; award accepted by Adam Waite
  • Georges Creek/Marietta Plants accepted the award for 73,195 man-hours since the last LTA; award accepted by Chris Elliott and Dana Green
  • Gilder Creek Plant had 35,501 man-hours since the last LTA; award accepted by David Collyer
  • Grove Creek/Piedmont Plants had 105,624 man-hours since the last LTA; award accepted by Johnny McCall
  • The Industrial Pretreatment Department had 50,821 man-hours since the last LTA; award accepted by Ken Mattison
  • The Instrumentation Department had 34,105 man-hours since the last LTA; award accepted by Weldon Ribble
  • The Laboratory Department had 108,473 man-hours since the last LTA; award accepted by Ann Sims
  • Lower Reedy Plant had 176,203 man-hours since the last LTA; award accepted by David Skyles
  • The Maintenance Shop had 50,642 man-hours since the last LTA; award accepted by Jimmy Hunsinger
  • Pelham Plant had 183,114 man-hours since the last LTA; award accepted by Joe Ortiz
  • Solids Management Department had 66,469 man-hours since the last LTA; award accepted by Glen McManus

About 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.