July 29, 2011

Governor Branstad Signs Proclamation for Iowa’s Water and Wastewater Workers

 All water and wastewater workers in the state of Iowa were recognized by the signing of a proclamation by Governor Terry Branstad on July 28, 2011.  The proclamation is part of a “Water and Wastewater Workers of Iowa” week that is being promoted by four industry groups, including Iowa Section American Water Works Association, Iowa Water Environment Association, Iowa Rural Water Association, and Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities, as well as Iowa Department of Natural Resources.  The signing event took place at the Ames Water Pollution Control Facility and was attended by operators from all over the state. 

The proclamation that was signed by the Governor read:

Recognizing that the State of Iowa’s wealth of natural resources has been threatened by the degradation of surface and ground waters, the Water and Wastewater workforce of Iowa have dedicated themselves to applying environmental passion and science to enhance drinking and recreational waters of Iowa. Their applied environmentalism continues to be a vital element in improving the quality of life and preserving and protecting public health in our state; and promoting sustainability in our way of living.

Des Moines Water Works wants to take this opportunity to thank our employees for all that they do for their community each and every day of the year.

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One Response to “Governor Branstad Signs Proclamation for Iowa’s Water and Wastewater Workers”

  1. July 29, 2011 at 10:17 am, Marilee Fowler said:

    Great job to the Des Moines Waterworks employees! We are fortunate to have your dedication to providing us with clean water.

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