ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Water Environment Federation (WEF) chose the winners of its 2015 StormTV Project competition, according to a press release.
The three-year-old program recognizes stormwater professionals’ efforts across the globe, noted the release. Nonprofit organizations, government agencies, consultants and manufacturers submit videos to highlight the work.
More than 35 stormwater experts judged the nearly 150 entries, reported the release. More international submissions entered the contest than ever before.
“The winning entries … were selected based on message communication and quality as well as content matter and relevance,” stated the release. The winners are:
- Public Education Category — Australian Car Wash Association for “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 for “Keep Restaurant Pollution and Profits From Going Down the Stormwater Drain”
- Commercial Category — Enginuity, LLC, Makers of RainReserve for “Gilardis Segment”
- Programs & Projects Category — Atelier Dreiseitl, a Ramboll-Environ Company for “Bishan- Ang Mo Kio Park”
A video screening and awards ceremony will be held during the 2015 WEFTEC Stormwater Congress in Chicago, shared the release.
The competition has allowed WEF to build a StormTV Project library featuring more than 366 videos, noted the release.
You can find the entire release here.