Awards

Water Environment Association of Texas (WEAT)

This award is presented to a municipal wastewater treatment plant in Texas that has consistently exhibited outstanding performance of daily activities beyond the normal call of duty.

  • 2015 Wastewater Treatment Plant of the Year – Category 1 (<1 MGD) – Wastewater Plant 3
  • 2012 Wastewater Treatment Plant of the Year – Category 2 (1 – 15 MGD) – Wastewater Plant 1
  • 2011 Wastewater Treatment Plant of the Year – Category 2 (1 – 15 MGD) – Wastewater Plant 1

National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA)

Peak Performance Awards

The Peak Performance Awards recognize NACWA member agency facilities for outstanding compliance of their National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit limits.

Platinum Awards

Platinum Awards recognize 100% compliance with NPDES permits over a consecutive five year period.

  • 2015 Platinum Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 3
  • 2014 Platinum Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 3
  • 2013 Platinum Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 3
  • 2012 Platinum Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 3

Gold Awards

Gold Awards honor treatment works that have achieved 100 percent compliance with their NPDES permit for an entire calendar year.

  • 2015 Gold Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 1
  • 2014 Gold Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 1
  • 2013 Gold Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 1
  • 2012 Gold Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 2
  • 2011 Gold Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 1 and 3

Silver Awards

Silver Awards recognize facilities that have received no more than five NPDES permit violations per calendar year.

  • 2015 Silver Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 2
  • 2014 Silver Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 2
  • 2013 Silver Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 2
  • 2012 Silver Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 1
  • 2011 Silver Award – Wastewater Treatment Plant 2

1577 Dam Site Road
Conroe, Texas 77304
936.588.3111

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SJRA receives no money from the state, nor does it collect any type of taxes. Income is primarily derived from the sale and distribution of water and treatment of wastewater. This revenue covers the cost of operation and maintenance as well as outstanding debt. Revenue bonds are sold to finance projects.


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