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AlexRenew's CEO, Karen Pallansch, was recently selected for Washington Business Journal's annual Women Who Mean Business Awards program. The program honors those women who have not only made an impact in their industry, but have made a difference in their communities.
AlexRenew's CEO, Karen Pallansch, was named one of Northern Virginia Magazine's "Northern Virginians of the Year" for 2017. The annual feature honors those in region who work every day to make our communities a better place to live.
Even though we all need and use water every day, the urban water cycle remains a mystery for many of us. Water Discovery Day was an opportunity to deepen personal connections with our local waterways. The event shed light on where our water comes from, what happens to water after it’s used, and why clean water is vital for our community and a healthy environment. With fun ranging from boat building to water coloring to a water-themed dance class, Water Discovery Day featured a variety of activities hosted by AlexRenew and our community partners for attendees young and old.
You can prevent clogged pipes and protect our waterways by keeping these culprits out of the drain: medication, wipes, and FOG (fats, oils, and grease).
On September 15th, to raise awareness and educate our community about the value of water, AlexRenew participated in the national initiative, Imagine a Day Without Water. AlexRenew took part in several ways: on social media, through employee-submitted photos, and via a community YouTube Live event. September 15th was all about the value of water, and now we're recapping the fun.
AlexRenew’s Chief Executive Officer Karen Pallansch has been named a recipient of the prestigious 2016 Water Environment Federation (WEF) Fellows designation, recognizing her professional achievements and stature.
AlexRenew was recognized along with 60 other utilities as a Utility of the Future Today, demonstrating success in innovative and sustainable utility management practices.
By Lydia Woolever.