World Water Monitoring Challenge Winners Announced

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Water Environment Federation
Water Environment Federation World Water Monitoring Challenge awards

Winners participated in the 2012 monitoring period

In celebration of World Water Day 2013, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and the Intl. Water Assn. (IWA) announced the winners of the fourth annual World Water Monitoring Challenge (WWMC) Water Champion Awards. The annual event also marked the start of the program’s 2013 monitoring period that will run through Dec. 31, 2013.

Initiated in 2009, the WWMC Water Champion Awards recognize program participants for outstanding achievement in boosting awareness of water quality issues. Winners are chosen by a subcommittee of the WWMC regional panel of judges, which is composed of water industry professionals from around the world.

Water Champion Awards recognize superior levels of relevance, educational effort, support and innovation in the promotion of water quality through the WWMC program. The 2012 winners, announced March 22, 2013, include:

  • • Africa – Pedagogic In-Service Training Programme (Group, Cameroon) and Dawid DeWet (Individual, South Africa)
  • • Asia – NatureWize (Group, China) and Minakshi Arora (Individual, India)
  • • Australia/Oceania – Seqwater (Group, Australia) and Wollondilly Anglican College (Group Runner-up, Australia)
  • • Europe – Animex Foods (Group, Poland) and Municipal Center for Extracurricular Activities (Group Runner-up, Bulgaria)
  • • North America – Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Environmental Education (Group, United States) and Jackie Turner (Individual, United States)
  • • South America – Club de Ciencias Bénticos (Group, Uruguay) and Rogério Lafayette Pinto (Individual, Brazil)

Award recipients will receive a commemorative plaque and WWMC materials of their choosing up to a value of $500. Items selected may include any combination of water monitoring equipment, relevant resources or promotional materials.

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