WEF announces winners of 2015 StormTV Project competition
The Water Environment Federation has officially announced the winners of the 2015 StormTV Project competition.
ALEXANDRIA, VA, Aug. 3, 2015 -- The Water Environment Federation (WEF) has officially announced the winners of the 2015 StormTV Project competition.
Launched in 2012, the project recognizes, highlights and promotes the invaluable work of stormwater professionals worldwide through videos that are submitted from nonprofit organizations, government entities, consulting firms, and equipment manufacturers.
WEF received nearly 150 entries -- including more international submissions than in previous years -- that were reviewed by more than 35 expert judges representing the stormwater sector. The following winning entries were selected based on message communication and quality as well as content matter and relevance:
- Public Education Category
Australian Car Wash Association
"Stormwater Pollution The Dirty Truth: Home Car Washing"
- Training Category
University of North Carolina Institute for the Environment and Town of Chapel Hill Stormwater Management Division
"Keep Restaurant Pollution and Profits From Going Down the Stormwater Drain"
- Commercial Category
Enginuity, LLC. Makers of RainReserve
- Programs & Projects Category
Atelier Dreiseitl, a Ramboll-Environ Company
"Bishan- Ang Mo Kio Park"
The winners will be celebrated with a video screening and awards ceremony in the Stormwater Pavilion Theater during the 2015 Stormwater Congress at WEF's Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC), taking place Sept. 26-30 at the McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill. The StormTV Project sessions will be held Sept. 28-29 at 2:30 pm.
Through the success of the competition, WEF has also built an expansive StormTV Project library (here) that features more than 366 videos highlighting the sector's most inventive stormwater programs, practices, products, and public outreach efforts. The 2015 submissions are also available for viewing on the StormTV Project Map (here) and the StormTV Project Map: Public Education (here).
Click hereto learn more about the StormTV project and the 2015 winning entries.
Founded in 1928, the Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a not-for-profit technical and educational organization of 36,000 individual members and 75 affiliated Member Associations representing water quality professionals around the world. WEF members, Member Associations and staff proudly work to achieve our mission to provide bold leadership, champion innovation, connect water professionals, and leverage knowledge to support clean and safe water worldwide. For more information, visit www.wef.org.