TAI received multiple awards at the CSWEA 92nd Annual Award Event on Wednesday, May 15, 2019. The CSWEA president honored this year’s winners for the WEF and CSWEA Awards presented to the very best in our industry. TAI staff members were presented with the following awards:
Chris Marschinke, P.E. received the Outstanding Young Professional Award – Established in 2007, this award is given to one person from each State Section in recognition of outstanding contributions of a young water environment professional for significant contributions to CSWEA and to the wastewater collection and treatment industry.
Aaron Berry, P.E. received the Collection System Award – This award is given to one person from each State Section in recognition of outstanding contributions in advancing collection system knowledge and direct or indirect improvement in water quality.
Chris Marschinke, P.E. received the 7 S Society Award – The “Sentral States Select Society of Sanitary Sludge Shovelers” is for recognition to those who put forth distinguished and meritorious service for the CSWEA. Members receive a certificate of membership in the society and a gold shovel that must be worn during all CSWEA and WEF functions.
Liz M. Heise, E.I.T. and Scott Trotter, P.E., BCEE, received the Radebaugh Award – The Radebaugh Award is awarded for the best paper presented at the Annual Meeting in that year by a Central States member.
Trotter and Associates, Inc is honored to be a part of the Central States Water Environment Association and for being recognized for their achievements in improving water quality.