White River North and T.W. Moses Water Treatment Plants Recognized with Directors Awards
INDIANAPOLIS – Citizens Energy Group’s White River North and T.W. Moses Water Treatment Plants recently received Directors Awards from the Partnership for Safe Water.
The Partnership for Safe Water is a voluntary effort between six highly respected drinking water organizations and more than 300 water utilities. The goal of the Partnership is to provide a new measure of public health protection to millions by encouraging utilities to voluntarily improve performance beyond current regulatory requirements. The preventative measures are based around optimizing treatment plant performance and distribution system operation. The result is the production and delivery of superior quality water to all utility customers.
To be considered for the Directors Award, utilities must submit a comprehensive self-assessment of treatment plant and/or distribution system performance and operations. This assessment is reviewed by a team of utility optimization experts from the Partnership’s Program Effectiveness Assessment Committee to ensure an
effective and unbiased process.
Citizens Vice President Water Operations Jeff Willman said, “Citizens is incredibly pleased that our White River North and T.W. Moses Water Treatment Plants were recently recognized with Directors Awards. Over the past few years, we have completed five comprehensive self-assessments of our water treatment plants and distribution system and received five Directors Awards. This is a testament to the hard work and time our employees dedicate not only to meeting the Partnership’s water quality optimization goals and operational requirements, but also to implementing improvements identified during the self-assessment journey. It is through recognition such as the Directors Award that Citizens’ commitment to continuous improvement really shines through.”
About Citizens Energy Group
Citizens Energy Group provides safe and reliable utility services to about 800,000 people in the Indianapolis area. Citizens operates its utilities only for the benefit of customers and the community.