Greer Commission of Public Works is pleased to announce its recent Gold Peak Performance Award from the National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA). To receive this award, Greer’s Maple Creek Wastewater plant met all National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit limits during the 2015 calendar year, meaning we did not have any permit violations.
Greer’s Maple Creek Wastewater plant serves more than 12,500 customers and has a current capacity of 5 million gallons a day with plans to expand to 10 million gallons a day.
“We are very honored to receive the Gold Peak Performance Award for the second year in a row. I believe this shows the quality of our environmental operators and equipment that work every day to make sure properly treated quality water returns to the South Tyger River.” said Ronnie Turner, Greer CPW Water- Wastewater Operations Manager.
NACWA was proud to recognize 451 Peak Performance Award facilities during the Association’s 2016 Utility Leadership Conference and 46th Anniversary Annual Meeting, held July 10-13, 2016 in Denver, Colorado.
“Greer Commission of Public Works is an outstanding example of environmental efforts. NACWA is honored to showcase the achievements of Greer CPW and our nation’s public wastewater utilities through the Peak Performance Awards Program.” Adam Krantz, NACWA’s Chief Executive Officer.