Photo courtesy of the Prince William County Service Authority
Professionals and county residents are ending their summer more informed about a utility.
Twenty-three individuals have graduated from the third annual Water Academy, according to a release from the Prince William County Service Authority (PWCSA).
Attendees learned about the PWCSA, which runs the free, five-week program. It’s also responsible for operating the H.L. Mooney Advanced Water Reclamation Facility.
The participants toured the Woodbridge-based plant and learned about the wastewater treatment process, as well.
“We are thrilled with the support the community has shown this unique program,” Education & Outreach Coordinator Audrey Arnold said in a release. “We hope they walk away from the Water Academy with a better understanding of just how crucial a role the Service Authority plays in their everyday lives.”
Those interested in taking part in the academy may sign up when registration becomes available in the spring.
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