WetlandsPacific receives the BCWWA Decentralized Wastewater Management Award for Excellence for the Vegetative Tertiary Filter (VTF)

WetlandsPacific receives the BCWWA Decentralized Wastewater Management Award for Excellence

The British Columbia Waste & Water Association (BCWWA) Awards Committee and Board of Directors have selected WetlandsPacific as the winner of a Decentralized Wastewater Management Award for Excellence for 2010. BCWWA is an umbrella organization for British Columbia’s water and wastewater professionals. This award is given to a British Columbia or Yukon decentralized wastewater treatment facility, project or organization for excellence in innovation and in design, equipment and/or management practices. The award was given for the development of the Vegetative Tertiary Filter, a new class of constructed wetlands, that of capillary.

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Colwyn Sunderland, President of the British Columbia Water & Waste Association (right) presents Curt Kerns of WetlandsPacific Corp. the Decentralized Wastewater Management Award for Excellence

Bulkley-Nechako Regional District receives the BCWWA Decentralized Wastewater Management Award for Excellence

The British Columbia Waste & Water Association (BCWWA) Awards Committee and Board of Directors have awarded the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako with a Decentralized Wastewater Management Award for Excellence for their choice of building a free water surface constructed wetland to treat landfill lechate from the Knockholt Landfill. Curt Kerns, president of WetlandsPacific, was senior designer for the project.

The awards were presented at the BCWWA Annual Conference & Trade Show in Whistler on Sunday May 2nd, 2010.

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