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REPORT OF THE WASTEWATER DIVISION 2009

Wastewater Operations – 2009

Veolia Water Northeast LLC (Veolia Water) is proud to have successfully completed twenty years and six months of operation of the Wastewater Department as of December 31, 2009. Our relationship with the Town of Sturbridge grows stronger each year as we continue to work together. It has been our pleasure to serve the Town during the past nineteen years, and all signs seem to indicate that 2010 will be another great year. This report summarizes the activities that took place during the calendar year 2009.

Veolia Water staffs the Sturbridge Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF) 7-days-per- week, 365-days-per-year. We have an Operation and Maintenance (O&M) staff of 7, which is responsible for providing daily department operations and 24-hour-a-day emergency coverage.

All employees at the Sturbridge project are cross-trained between the Water and Wastewater Departments and are assessed on an annual basis with regard to their training progress, level of responsibility, reliability and work efficiency. The employees are compensated according to their level of performance in those categories.

The table below, profiles the O&M staff of the Wastewater Department, showing job titles, project roles and certification levels at the project in 2009:

Employee Shane Moody Rich Kusmierczak

Wastewater Department O&M Staff Title/Project Role Project Manager/Plant Manager Lead Operator/Operations Supervisor Operator/Treatment Plant Operation

Certification Level Grade 2 Grade 5 Grade 5

Nicholas Campaniello

James LaPlante Brad Coughlin Steven Saletnik Wayne Johnson

Operator/Project Operator Operator/Project Operator Operator/Project Operator Maintenance Mechanic

Operator in Training Operator in Training Operator in Training

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