Central PA Water Quality Association Awards HRG Its Certificate of Appreciation

Posted On On: June 30, 2017 Categories Filed Under: Member News

HRG accepts the 2017 Certificate of Appreciation from the Central Pennsylvania Water Quality Association at its annual awards meeting June 16. (Left to right) Ron Adams (CPWQA trustee), Erin Threet and Ed Ellinger of HRG, Mike Mehaffey (CPWQA president), Staci Hartz and Justin Mendinsky (of HRG).

The Central Pennsylvania Water Quality Association (CPWQA) awarded its Certificate of Appreciation to Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. (HRG) at its annual awards meeting on June 16 at Rich Valley Golf Course in Mechanicsburg.

The award recognizes member organizations that provide an exemplary commitment to CPWQA through the time they give for section activities, services they perform for the section, and sponsorships. HRG previously received this honor in 1995 and is only one of two firms to have received the award twice.

Ed Ellinger, HRG’s practice area leader for water and wastewater system engineering, accepted the award alongside HRG engineers, Stacy Hartz, Justin Mendinsky, and Erin Threet.

Threet is CPWQA’s first vice president, and Mendinsky is chairman of the webinar committee. HRG has been a member of CPWQA for more than 20 years and has gladly sponsored many of its efforts, including the association newsletter, golf outing, and awards banquet.

“CPWQA plays a vital role in advancing the wastewater industry, and HRG is happy to be able to assist in that effort alongside so many talented and dedicated professionals,” Ellinger said.








Originally founded in 1962, HRG has grown to be a nationally ranked Top 500 Design Firm, providing civil engineering, surveying and environmental services to public and private sector clients. The 200-person employee-owned firm currently has office locations in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia. For more information, please visit our website at www.hrg-inc.com.




The Central Pennsylvania Water Quality Association (CPWQA) is a non-profit organization dedicated advancing knowledge of the design, construction, operation and management of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment facilities.
The CPWQA is affiliated with the state organization: the Pennsylvania Water Environment Association.