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Posted on: November 28, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Wastewater Treatment Plant Honored for High Standards

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The City of Fremont’s Wastewater Treatment Plant received honors from the Nebraska Water Environment Association (NWEA). The facility has now earned NWEA’s Scott Wilber Outstanding Facility Award for 12 years in a row. The award is named for former City of Omaha wastewater facility operator Scott Wilber, a hallmark of achievement in high operations and maintenance standards.

NWEA President Todd Sukup congratulated Keith Kontor, Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent, and his staff on their performance at the organization’s Fall Conference in Kearney on Nov. 2nd. The award signifies the knowledge and pride Kontor and his staff exhibit in the work that they perform on a day to day basis.

“I thank the staff and their dedication to high standards as they operate and maintain the plant safely and efficiently to serve the community,” Kontor said. NWEA also presented Fremont with the Gold Safety Award acknowledging the facility’s commitment to accident prevention and safety.

Pictured: NWEA President Todd Sukup congratulates Keith Kontor, Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent

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