Release Date: 10/05/2012
Contact Details: Davina Marraccini, 404-562-8293 (direct), 404-562-8400 (primary), marraccini.davina@environmental protection agency.gov
ATLANTA – In a ceremony in Nashville next Thursday, Environmental protection agency and Tennessee Department of Atmosphere and Conservation (TDEC) authorities will recognize seven water and wastewater utilities throughout Tennessee which have reduced energy demand in their facilities by a lot more than 15 %. Reducing energy consumption can lead to financial savings for that utilities as well as their clients, as well as yield substantial health insurance and environment benefits over the condition.
Gwen Keyes Fleming, Environmental protection agency Regional Administrator
Bob Martineau, TDEC Commissioner
Mayor Karl Dean
Shari Meghreblian, Ph.D, TDEC Deputy Commissioner
Frank Wallace, Executive Secretary, Caryville-Jacksboro Utilities Commission and
Mark Hilty, Director, Town of Franklin Water Management Department
Recognition of Tennessee Water and Wastewater Energy Efficiency Partnership
Thursday, March. 11, 2012, 10 – 10:30 a.m.
Bicentennial Capitol Mall Condition Park
600 James Robertson Parkway
The Tennessee Water and Wastewater Energy Efficiency Partnership started captured like a collaboration of Environmental protection agency Region 4, TDEC, the Tennessee Valley Authority, the College of Memphis, the College of Tennessee’s Municipal Technical Advisory Service, the Environment Finance Center (College of New York) and Schneider Electric. It’s the first state-wide effort available within the Southeast.
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