Tag: New York

Rural Water Energy Assessment Saves Town Over $100,000

GOWANDA, N.Y. – The Village of Gowanda, N.Y. is set to save over $100,000 per year after an energy assessment by Jamie Herman from the New York Rural Water Association. Most of the savings will come from a review of the system’s utility bills, which showed the village qualified for a discounted energy rate. The… Read more »

NYRWA finds Houghton leak over Holiday

HOUGHTON, N.Y. – The holiday’s typically come with a change of pace – business slows down, employees take vacation and college students move back home. That slowed pace make the holidays a perfect time for utility repairs. On December 30, the New York Rural Water Association received a call from David Stenzel, Superintendent of the… Read more »

Hilton elected NRWA President

SEATTLE, Wash. – Charles Hilton from South Carolina was elected to serve as President of the National Rural Water Association on Wednesday, October 8th in Seattle, Wash. Hilton was elected to the board of the South Carolina Rural Water Association in 1991 and to the NRWA board in 1999. Hilton opened is inaugural speech by addressing… Read more »

Little Falls, NY wins Environment Award

2013 Enviromental Award

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Little Falls, New York was awarded the Environmental Achievement award at this year’s Tribute to Excellence awards ceremony held on Oct. 1st as part of the H2O-XPO in Louisville, Ky. The National Rural Water Association awards individuals or utilities that have gone beyond the normal requirements of their job to be better… Read more »