Roy F. Weston Award
The Roy F. Weston Award was established in 1985 by the PWEA to acknowledge significant individual contributions to the field of industrial waste management. From a broadly based perspective, it recognizes the professional achievements of Awardees whose activities may have been conducted in the public or private sectors, in government service, or in academia.
Significant individual contributions to the field of industrial wastes, demonstrated as follows.
Importance of the individual's contribution to the field of industrial waste management
Significance of the individual's contribution to the industrial waste management industry as a whole
Length and continuity of the individual's service
Individual's contribution to the professional development of others
Other miscellaneous relevant factors
Individual must be a current member in good standing of PWEA.
The Industrial Waste Pretreatment Committee is responsible for submitting a nomination for the Roy F. Weston Award to the Awards Committee; the Awards Committee is responsible for making final selection of award recipient.