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Kilkeel Man Recognised At NI Water Awards
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NI Water recently held a staff recognition event for colleagues to mark a decade of delivery for the company at the Titanic Centre Belfast.

Attending the event was NI Water Chairman Len O’Hagan and CEO Sara Venning who reflected on the company’s achievements over the past 10 years and acknowledging the calibre of finalists and the exceptional contribution they have made to the organisation.

Sara Venning said: “The event was about honouring NI Water colleagues and celebrating their success in Delivering What Matters for the whole community. The standard of entries was extremely high with some close and difficult judging. I want to thank everyone who entered the awards, and applaud our 24 finalists.”

The Wastewater Sludge Management and Business Improvement Teams were named as the overall winners at with their entry ‘Make it thick’, picking up the Chairman’s ‘Spirit of NI Water Award’.

Martin Burden, second right, from Kilkeel won the ‘Extra Mile Award’ for Silent Valley Tourism. Pictured are (L-R): John French (CEO Consumer Council NI), Sara Venning (CEO NI Water), Martin Burden, and Adrian Page (Echo).