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The City of Titusville, Florida / Water Resources / AWARDS - Awards & Accomplishments

Awards & Accomplishments

 

 

FSAWWA 2010 WATER CONSERVATION AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE

As a member of the Brevard Water Utilities Conservation Team, the City of Titusville Water Resources Conservation Program was awarded the Show of Excellence award at the 2010 Florida Section American Water Works Association Conference. The Team won the award for its series of three public service announcements on "Wheel of Water-Saving Water Indoors," "Saving Water Outdoors," and "What To Do About Leaks,"  in the Public Information Category as part of the Water Conservation 2010 Awards for Excellence Program.  

   

 
FSAWWA 2009 WATER CONSERVATION AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE

The City of Titusville Water Resources Conservation Program along with the City of Cocoa Utilities Conservation Office was awarded the Show of Excellence award at the 2009 Florida Section American Water Works Association Conference. The two conservation programs won the award for the joint radio ad they produced on water conservation in the Public Education Category as part of the Water Conservation 2009 Awards for Excellence Program.

   


FSAWWA 2008 WATER CONSERVATION AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE 

The City of Titusville Water Resources Conservation Program was awarded the Meritorious award at the 2008 Florida Section American Water Works Association Conference. The Conservation Program won the award for its series of video clips entitled, I Dig Water! in the Public Education Category as part of the Water Conservation 2008 Awards for Excellence Program.

   


EPA 2007 CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT EXCELLENCE AWARD

Titusville received First Place in the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) 2007 Consumer Confidence Report Excellence Award. Titusville's 2007 CCR won the large surface water utility award for Region 4. Region 4 consists of eight states:  Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Titusville was recognized for producing an effective and informative report that reflected a commitment to informing consumers about their drinking water.

   


FSAWWA 2007 WATER CONSERVATION AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE 

As a member of the Brevard Water Utilities Conservation Team, the City of Titusville Water Resources Conservation Program was awarded the Best In Class award at the 2007 Florida Section American Water Works Association Conference. The Team won the award for its Bringin' in the Green the Florida-Friendly Way! dvd in the Public Education Category as part of the Water Conservation 2007 Awards for Excellence Program.  

   


FDEP GOOD NEIGHBOR AWARD

 

The City of Titusville Water Resources Department recently received the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Division of Water Resource Management Good Neighbor Award for providing assistance to other utilities damaged by the 2005 hurricane season.

   

2006 FWEA PUBLIC EDUCATION AWARD

At the April Florida Water Resources Conference Florida Water Environment Association Awards Luncheon, the City of Titusville was presented with the Public Education Award in the Campaign category for its Chlorine Dosing Program.

By being proactive and developing a comprehensive public education plan for the Chlorine Dosing Project that addressed the primary concerns of water customers—safety, taste, odor--Titusville was able to prevent a host of public relation issues fueled by customer misunderstandings and concerns. Communicating effectively with its customer base allowed the City of Titusville’s Water Resources Department to perform a lengthy maintenance procedure with little to no negative customer service consequences.

   

FSAWWA 2005 WATER CONSERVATION AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE

 

At the November Florida Section American Water Works Association Conference, the City of Titusville was the proud recipient of two awards in the Water Conservation 2005 Awards for Excellence Program.

 In the Water Supply Management category, Titusville received the Best In Class award for its Fresh Water Augmentation Project 2004. This project maximized the potential for aquifer recharge through the construction of two weirs in two of the City's major stormwater basins.

 

In the Public Education/Community Relations category, Titusville received Honorable Mention for its The Water We Drink (2004) Annual Drinking Water Quality Report. This annual regulated report invited Titusville water consumers to "look Inside" and learn about the many programs and services provided by the Water Resources Department.

 

   

2005 BUILDING A MORE BEAUTIFUL BREVARD AWARD

Native Plant Landscape Project

On October 21, 2005, The City of Titusville Water Resources Mourning Dove Water Production Plant received the 2005 Building a More Beautiful Brevard Award for the north area of Brevard County under the “New Landscaping category.” The Mourning Dove won the award for the Florida Friendly landscaping project located at the front of the facility.

 The project, which began this past February, was undertaken by the Keep Brevard Beautiful (KBB) North Chapter and the City of Titusville Water Resources Conservation Office. The project used native plants, exclusively, and represented a unique opportunity for Titusville’s Water Resources Conservation Program to partner with the KBB North Chapter. “We were very excited to join with KBB on this project,” said Maureen Phillips, Titusville’s Water Resources Community Programs Coordinator. “Two years ago we commissioned local artists to paint the mural of Florida native plants in front of the Mourning Dove facility. Now we have a living example of the use of native plants in the landscape.” Ms. Phillips explained that using Florida-Friendly landscaping techniques and Florida native plants reduces water use, as well as reduces the use of fertilizers and pesticides. “Encouraging businesses and homeowners to use alternatives to turf and water-thirsty plants is a vital part of our water conservation program, she explained.

 

The Keep Brevard Beautiful (KBB) North Chapter was awarded a $1,138.46 Keep Brevard Beautiful, Inc. Xeriscape/Beautification Grant for the project. 

 

   

FSAWWA WATER CONSERVATION 2004 AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE

As a member of the Brevard Water Utilities Conservation Team, the City of Titusville Water Resources Conservation Program was awarded the Best In Class award at the 2004 Florida Section American Water Works Association Conference. The Team won the award for its Conserving Water on The Space Coast video in the Public Education Video Category as part of the Water Conservation 2004 Awards for Excellence Program.

The Team also was presented with the Meritorious award for its Water Conservation Placemat Project in the Public Education Program category.

 

   

 FSAWWA WATER CONSERVATION 2003 AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE 

The City of Titusville Water Resources Conservation Program received the Show of Excellence award at the 2003 Florida Section American Water Works Association Conference. The City received the award for its Florida Native Plant Mural in the Public Education category - Landscape Project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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