R.I. wastewater-operations team among best in national competition

RHODE ISLAND'S Wastewater Operations Challenge team, Ocean State Alliance, placed first in two of five categories at the national Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference competition in New Orleans. Above, are Narragansett Bay Commission environmental chemist Kim Sandbach; NBC Process Monitor Ed Davies, team captain; Peter Rojas of the Cranston Wastewater Treatment Facility; and NBC Maintenance Supervisor Ryan Patnode. / COURTESY NARRAGANSETT BAY COMMISSION/MICHAEL SPRING
RHODE ISLAND'S Wastewater Operations Challenge team, Ocean State Alliance, placed first in two of five categories at the national Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference competition in New Orleans. Above, are Narragansett Bay Commission environmental chemist Kim Sandbach; NBC Process Monitor Ed Davies, team captain; Cranston Wastewater Treatment Facility Operations Supervisor Peter Rojas; and NBC Maintenance Supervisor Ryan Patnode. / COURTESY NARRAGANSETT BAY COMMISSION/MICHAEL SPRING
PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s Wastewater Operations Challenge team competing in national competition at the Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference won first place in both the lab and process categories, the Narragansett Bay Commission announced Wednesday. The team, Ocean State Alliance, also earned the No. 10 spot for collections in the competition. This year,…

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