North Carolina On-Site Water Protection Hall of Fame
The North Carolina On-Site Systems Hall of Fame was established by the NC On-Site Water Protection Conference Planning Committee in 1995 to recognize superior contributions of individuals to the on-site field. The Conference Planning Committee is responsible for establishing qualifications for this award, selecting inductees and recognizing these individuals at the Annual On-Site Conference.
Nominees should have demonstrated superior contributions to the on-site wastewater treatment or on-site water supply well arena in North Carolina. This could include significant positive contributions in the field, at a supervisory level, or through educational activities at the county level. Alternatively, it could include significant positive contributions through statewide or regional field, supervisory, educational programming or product development. This award is intended to recognize a select group of exemplary individuals who have, upon their own initiative, consistently performed above and beyond the normal expectations for their position. Individuals may be recognized either for substantial and significant contributions made over a
minimum of fifteen (15) years or for significant (exemplary) achievement during their career. Inductees may be from either the public or private sector. Those individuals who are currently members of the NC On-Site Water Protection Conference Planning Committee, or have been members of the Conference Planning Committee within the past year (12 months of last conference) are excluded from consideration for this award.
The Steinbeck Achievement Award
Exemplary accomplishments in the OSWW Field in North Carolina Focus:
1. Improvement of science behind rules and practice
2. Improvement of technological implementation
3. Assurance of program effectiveness
4. Improvement of the quality of system installations
5. Public education
Download the qualifications and application process document, complete your candidate’s nomination and return it today!