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PROVIDENCE – Jamestown and the Narragansett Bay Commission were among the winners at the annual Narragansett Water Pollution Control Association banquet held in May, the R.I. Department of Environmental Management announced.
Receiving statewide awards for their 2012 performance were: the town of Jamestown (most-efficient small secondary-treatment facility); the town of Warren (most-efficient medium secondary-treatment facility); Narragansett Bay Commission Field’s Point Waste Water Treatment Facility (most-efficient large secondary-treatment facility); the town of East Greenwich (most-efficient small advanced-treatment facility); the city of Woonsocket (most-efficient large advanced-treatment facility); the town of West Warwick (A. Joseph Mattera Safety Award); Warwick Sewer Authority’s Scott Goodinson (James Marvelle operator award); Veolia Water/city of Cranston’s Alan Linsky (Collections System Operator of the Year award); the town of South Kingstown’s Walter Timpson (Robert J. Markelewicz operator award).
Receiving regional awards from the New England Water Environment Association were: Peter Trombetti of the Narragansett Bay Commission (Alfred E. Peloqin Award); Thomas Ciolfi of United Water/Narragansett Bay Commission (operator of the year award); Paul Nordstrom of the Narragansett Bay Commission (E. Sherman Chase Award); BettyAnne Rossi of the Warwick Sewer Authority (Crystal Crucible Award). •