2013 U.S. Water Prize Winners Announced

February 26, 2013

U.S. Water Alliance

February 26, 2013

(Washington, D.C.) February 26, Along the Reflecting Pool between the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial,theU.S. Water Alliance announced the 2013 winners of the coveted U.S. Water Prize: Onondaga County, NY, for its program to “Save the Rain” and embrace green infrastructure solutions to wet weather problems; The Freshwater Trust for its collaborative market‐based solutions to restore and protect rivers and streams; and, Miller Coors for their innovative and comprehensive strategies to protect and conserve water throughout its life cycle. “Our 2013 U.S. Water Prize winners are leading the way, from East to West and all points in between, on the value of water and the power of innovating and integrating for one water sustainability,” boasts Alliance President Ben Grumbles. “Our champions are showing how to save the rain, clean the stream, and grow with care, up and down the supply chain throughout the water cycle.”

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