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Water treatment plants recognized for superior performance

State honors 33 plants

FRANKFORT, Ky. (May 11, 2015) — Kentucky’s Energy and Environment Cabinet has recognized 33 surface water treatment plants in Kentucky for meeting the goals of Kentucky’s Area-Wide Optimization Program (AWOP).

The purpose of AWOP is to encourage drinking water plants and distributors to surpass state and federal goals and standards.

Water systems receiving certificates for meeting the AWOP criteria:

  • Barbourville Water and Electric
  • Burkesville Water Works
  • Cave Run Regional Water Commission
  • Columbia-Adair Regional Water Commission
  • Crittenden-Livingston County Water District
  • Franklin Water Works
  • Glasgow Water Co. – Plants A  and B
  • Green River Valley Water District
  • Greensburg Water Works
  • Hardin County Water District No. 1
  • Hardin County Water District No. 2 – Plants A and B
  • Hartford Municipal Water Works
  • Jackson County Water Association
  • Jackson Municipal Water Works
  • Jamestown Municipal Water Works
  • Kentucky American Water – Plants B and C
  • Laurel County Water District No. 2
  • Lawrenceburg Water and Sewer Department
  • Leitchfield Water Works
  • Liberty Water Works
  • Logan-Todd Regional Water Commission
  • London Utility Commission
  • Louisville Water Co. – Plant A
  • Madisonville Light and Water
  • McCreary County Water District – Plant B
  • Nicholasville Water Department
  • Pineville Water Service
  • Rattlesnake Ridge Water District
  • Williamsburg Water Department
  • Wood Creek Water District