Woodard & Curran receives top contractor award from Delta Air Lines
Delta Air Lines recently presented Woodard & Curran with its Environmental Contractor Performance Award during Delta's annual Environmental Coordinator conference.
PORTLAND, Maine, August 19, 2003 - Delta Air Lines recently presented Woodard & Curran with its Environmental Contractor Performance Award during Delta's annual Environmental Coordinator conference.
Woodard & Curran has served as contract operator of Delta's industrial pretreatment facility in Atlanta, Georgia, for the past three years. The award recognized Woodard & Curran as Delta's top environmental contractor of the year and for its efforts in improving compliance by reducing total yearly exceedances by 99 percent; reducing chemical and maintenance costs; and overall facility improvement.
Plant Manager Derek Burton and Lab Technician Paula Coffman accepted the award at the conference, which was attended by more than 500 Delta Environmental Coordinators.
The 1-million-gallon-per-day industrial pretreatment facility serves Delta's Technical Operations Center and treats two diverse, segregated waste streams at the Hartsfield International Airport.
Delta Air Lines employs more than 6,000 people nationwide, serves 444 cities in 79 countries, and operates more than 5,700 flights a day, including flight partners.
Founded in 1979, Woodard & Curran is a 450-person environmental consulting firm integrating services in engineering, science, and operations. The firm serves as contract operator of nearly 50 facilities nationwide and has offices in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Florida.