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Posted on: November 22, 2021

SD1 Recognizes Contractors for Storm Water Management Efforts

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FORT WRIGHT, Ky. – Sanitation District No. 1 (SD1) has presented the 2021 Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Excellence Award to four local construction companies for their proactive approach to addressing storm water challenges, timely implementation of best management practices (BMPs) and for ensuring their projects have minimal off-site impacts on our local environment. 

The 16th annual awards recognize Sean O’Mara (Al. Neyer) and Kevin Standring (The Nelson Stark Company) for work on the Runway Logistics project in Boone County; Ben Clough (Fischer Homes Inc.) for work on the Meadow Glen Subdivision project in Independence; and Steve Liggett (Taylor Brothers Inc.) for work on the Sherbourne Subdivision project in Erlanger.

“Erosion and sediment control requires constant attention,” said Jason Burlage, SD1’s plan review administrator. “This is an essential element in protecting water quality and the landscape to protect local residents. Al. Neyer, The Nelson Stark Company, Fischer Homes Inc. and Taylor Brothers Inc. have all demonstrated a commitment to this work by embracing BMPs at their job sites.”

BMPs are design, construction and maintenance practices that minimize the impact of storm water runoff by holding it in place, slowing it down and filtering it for pollutants. BMPs such as silt fences and sediment basins ensure that storm water runoff will not erode the soil and cause damage to property and the environment.

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About SD1
SD1 is responsible for the collection and treatment of northern Kentucky’s wastewater and also serves as the regional storm water management agency. SD1 is the second largest public sewer utility in Kentucky, serving more than 339,795 residents throughout Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties. SD1 maintains approximately 1,685 miles of sanitary-sewer system pipeline, 122 wastewater pumping stations, 15 flood pump stations, six package treatment plants, three major wastewater treatment plants, 433 miles of storm-sewer system and 32,300 storm-sewer structures.

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