FRAMINGHAM, MA -- Framingham’s Water Department has received a Public Water System Award from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) for outstanding performance and achievements in the Large Consecutive Community Systems Category for the calendar year 2020.
According to MassDEP, the criteria used to select eligible public water systems for this award include excellent water service to the public, no violations or non-compliance issues, and efforts that support public water supply services, such as source water protection, water quality, and conservation.
“I am ecstatic to share that this is the fourth time in five years the Water Department has received this award,” said Public Works Director Blake Lukis. “This award demonstrates our staff’s commitment to the residents of Framingham to provide unsurpassed drinking water and fire suppression.”
“This recognition is truly a testament to our team of dedicated water professionals,” said Stephen Leone, Director of Water and Wastewater. “Our staff is devoted to maintaining, safeguarding, and improving Framingham's water infrastructure, all while providing exemplary customer service 365 days a year, no matter the circumstances.”
Source: Framingham Media Alert