GNWPCD Welcomes Senator Elaine Phillips

From left: Great Neck Water Pollution Control District Superintendent Chris Murphy, Commissioner Steve Reiter, Commissioner Patty Katz and New York State Senator Elaine Phillips discuss the district’s state-of-the-art operation and future projects.

The Great Neck Water Pollution Control District (GNWPCD) recently welcomed New York State Senator Elaine Phillips to district headquarters to showcase its state-of-the-art facility. Phillips joined the commissioners in an in-depth discussion to learn about the district’s new projects and initiatives and commend its continual investments in fiscally responsible and environmentally friendly technologies.

Senator Elaine Phillips recently met with officials from the GNWPCD to discuss many of the proactive and innovative steps the district is taking to protect the environment, improve efficiency and save taxpayer dollars.

District Superintendent Christopher Murphy described ongoing and proposed eco-friendly projects at length, including the ultraviolet disinfection system, anaerobic digesters, micro-turbine upgrades and the planned grease-receiving station. Commissioner Steve Reiter and Commissioner Patty Katz also shared the district’s mission to deliver lasting value to the community.

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