Nominations

Water & Wastes Digest coordinates three awards programs annually: WWD Young Pros, WWD Top Projects and WWD Industry Icon. Below are briefs on those awards programs as well as links to nomination forms for each program. Read through the articles of past winners and nominate anew winner for this year!

WWD Top Projects

WWD annually recognizes innovative and well-executed water and wastewater projects for the WWD Top Projects. Nominations are accepted for all projects in the completed or design phase in the past 18 months. Submit your nomination today with this form!

WWD Young Pros

The WWD Young Pros program celebrates the brightest minds in the industry under the age of 40. Nominees for these awards show a relentless passion for the industry, success in working with teams and volunteer work that elevates their career and personal lives. Use the following form to submit a nomination today!

WWD Industry Icon

The WWD Industry Icon aims to highlight the career and achievements of an industry leader. These nominees show a desire to make the next generation succeed. They are leaders who have dedicated their careers to the advancement of the industry, regardless of their individual successes or company goals. Nominate an Industry Icon today.

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