Project receives Environment and Energy Efficiency Award

Wednesday, 13 August, 2008

Watters Electrical received the Environment and Energy Efficiency Award for work on the 'Epsom Recycled Water' project at the Victorian 2008 National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) Excellence Awards.

The Watters award was for comprehensive electrical works at the Epsom Sewerage Recycled Water Treatment Plant at Epsom, to improve the existing system and to recycle the water to class ‘A’ standard for use on gardens, parks, sporting fields and general outdoor use.

The project is particularly important to the Bendigo region, which has been seriously affected by drought conditions.

Judging for the Environment and Energy Efficiency Award is an assessment by experts of the design, product selection, processes or technologies utilised and quality of work on a project considered to enhance the natural environment, significantly improve energy efficiency and complement sustainability.

This project is now automatically eligible for the National Excellence Awards, which will be announced 14 November 2008.

 

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