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RMC Water and Environment Receives E3S Honor Award

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RMC Water and Environment operates with the goal of bringing technical experience and big-picture thinking to a wide range of local and regional water-related projects across California. A company with multiple listings on Engineering News Record’s list of Top Environmental Firms, RMC Water and Environment is a 2015 recipient of an Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science (E3S) Honor Award for its North Valley Regional Recycled Water Program.

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RMC Water and Environment Receives E3S Honor Award

  1. 1. RMC Water and Environment
  2. 2.  RMC Water and Environment operates with the goal of bringing technical experience and big-picture thinking to a wide range of local and regional water-related projects across California. A company with multiple listings on Engineering News Record’s list of Top Environmental Firms, RMC Water and Environment is a 2015 recipient of an Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science (E3S) Honor Award for its North Valley Regional Recycled Water Program. The American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists launched the E3S Competition in 1989 to honor and recognize the top performers in the environmental engineering and science field. Entrants submit projects or programs that address a broad spectrum of environmental concerns and challenges.
  3. 3.  The projects must meet a strict set of criteria that detail what it takes to rise to the top in the industry. These criteria include innovation, proven customer satisfaction, holistic environmental perspective, and continual contribution to improving the quality of life and economic efficiency. A distinguished panel of independent judges makes award selections by examining the normal development phases and implementation processes for submitted environmental management initiatives. In particular, the judges examine the research, planning, design, and operations management components of projects submitted by entrants. Judges select two winners in each of the nine award categories, a Grand Prize winner and an Honor Award recipient. They also give the Superior Achievement for Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science Award to the overall best entry.

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