Two Greer Commission of Public Works (CPW) employees were honored last night at the annual awards ceremony for the Water Environment Association of South Carolina — Blue Ridge Foothills District. Lois Skinner, CPW’s lead laboratory technician, was given the Laboratory Analyst Award. Randy Olson was given the Engineer of the Year Award for the District. Olson retired last December from CPW after nearly 12 years of service. Award recipients are chosen from all water and wastewater staff in the region, which includes Anderson, Greenville, Pickens, Oconee, and Spartanburg Counties.
“We are proud of our employees for their achievements,” said Jeff Tuttle, CPW’s General Manager. “Our staff is the best in the business at what they do in each of our four utilities. These awards are recognition of our commitment to exceeding customer expectations,” Tuttle said.
CPW provides water and wastewater service to approximately 18,000 water customers and 12,000 sewer customers in the City of Greer and nearby communities.