The Prince William Service Authority (PWCSA) won big in this year’s Prince William County Green Community Awards.
Each year the awards are held to acknowledge individuals and organizations in Prince William County that make an effort to preserve and protect the environment.
PWCSA won the “Top Green” category this year, which is given “to a business or organization that demonstrates the greatest number of efforts and programs to help protect Prince William County’s natural environment and preserve its resources,” stated a release.
The PWCSA worked on prompting wise water use, improvement of water quality, reduction in the risks of sanitary sewage overflow, and their community outreach.
“We are thrilled to be recognized for this award. Our employees take their role as responsible stewards of the environment extremely seriously. The Service Authority works around the clock every day to protect the health of our waterways and provide high quality tap water to our customers,” stated Service Authority Board Chairman Joyce Eagles in a release.
PWCSA will be receiving their award along with several other organizations on June 4 at the Ben Lomond Historic Site in Manassas.
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