The Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science™ Competition exists to identify and reward the best of today's environmental engineering and science. Its criteria define what it takes to be the best in environmental engineering and science practices: a holistic environmental perspective, innovation, proven performance and customer satisfaction, and contribution to an improved quality of life and economic efficiency.
The E3 Competition, begun in 1989, is organized around the normal phases of development and implementation of environmental management projects and programs: research, planning, design, and operations and management. Each year, the entrants to the competition display a wide range of projects from innovative designs in waste treatment plants to new water treatment technologies to a one-of-a-kind Superfund site cleanup. At the same time, we see that today's engineers are becoming significantly more integrated in a team/project approach, allowing for greater flexibility and efficiency in project management. The application of new technologies combined with experienced environmental engineering and science practices make these projects the award winners they are.
The 2014 E3 competition will include a special emphasis on the 100th anniversary of the Activated Sludge process. In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Activated Sludge process, the 2014 E3 competition encourages the submission of Activated Sludge process (and its variants) projects in all the above categories. These projects will be judged within their submitted category and also in a new one time only category "100th Anniversary of Activated Sludge". Double your chances of winning!
Those chosen for prizes by an independent panel of distinguished experts, addresses the broad range of modern challenges inherent in providing life-nurturing services for humans and protection of the environment. They are but a small percentage of the many projects involving environmental engineers and scientists around the world. Nevertheless, their innovations and performance illustrate the essential role of environmental engineers and scientists in providing a healthy planet. These award winners testify to the genius of humankind and best exemplify the Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science™ criteria.
Winners of the E3 Awards will also qualify to compete for the IWA Global Project Innovation Awards (PIA) and have the opportunity to profile their companies' capability and innovation in the field of water engineering on a global level. For more information, please visit www.iwa-pia.org.
Honor Awards are presented to other deserving entries, as determined by competition rules, in each category.
One Grand Prize is awarded in each category.
The Superior Achievement for Excellence in Environmental Engineering and Science™ Award is presented to the overall best entry in each year's competition.
The reservation form acts as an intent to enter the competition. After completing the form, it should be emailed to Sammi Olmo. You will then be assigned a personal and secured drop box for electronically submitting your entry files for the competition (refer to Entry Guidelines for details). This drop box will be available to you up until the entry deadline. At that time, you will no longer be able to upload any additional files. Entries for the E3 Competition must be submitted by February 1.
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