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The City of Winnsboro received highest honors this year at Louisiana Rural Water Association's Annual Awards Banquet when it was named the 2009 Energy Conservation System of the Year North Louisiana.
The awards were presented on July 15, 2009 at LRWA's 24th Annual Training and Technical Conference held in Alexandria.
The LRWA Awards Program was established to recognize the outstanding efforts of Rural Water and Wastewater Systems and their personnel.
Of all the systems in the state, the City of Winnsboro was selected as this year's winner for dedication to providing safe drinking water and helping to maintain a cleaner environment through their efforts in the water and wastewater industry in the State of Louisiana.
LRWA is a non-profit organization established in 1978 to aid small water and wastewater systems through training and on-site technical assistance. The organization offers assistance in the operation and maintenance of water and wastewater systems and aid in understanding the rules and regulations of operations.
For years, Louisiana Rural Water Association has been the driving force, providing water and wastewater training and technical assistance to the small towns and rural areas in all 64 Louisiana Parishes.
In short, Louisiana Rural Water Association has a record of providing the training, technical assistance and informational products and services necessary for promoting public health and environmental protection.