The city of Modesto’s Public Works Department Wastewater Division, Environmental Compliance Section, has recognized six area industries that have demonstrated outstanding compliance with the Industrial Pretreatment Program.
They are Foam Fabricators, which, for a second straight year, had no violations or compliance issues in 2013; Squab Producers of California , which corrected recurring pH violations in 2013 and was recognized for being proactive; G-3 Enterprises (Closure Division), for having no violations or compliance issues in 2013, and G-3’s Steve Sylvester as an example of an industry representative who has fostered a cooperative relationship between G-3 and the city’s pretreatment program; Modesto Plating and Powder Coating, for having no violations or compliance issues in 2013; Georgia-Pacific, for having no violations and for significant improvement in reducing issues with its wastewater for a second straight year; and Bunge Oils , for significant improvement in reducing issues with its wastewater.
Future Leader picked
Small firm, big donation
Employees of Don’s Mobile Glass on H Street in downtown Modesto pooled their resources to donate $16,566 to the United Way of Stanislaus County. The money will be used to support education, health and income stability programs, including those intended to raise the county’s high school graduation rates.