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Washington DC Inaugurates Second Aquarius Trash Hunter
On August 6, 2003 the Washington DC Sewer and Water Authority (DC WASA) hosted a VIP reception to celebrate the launching of their second Trash Hunter, which was designed and built to their specification by Aquarius Systems. Speeches were made by Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D - DC), Washington Mayor Anthony A. Williams, DC WASA Chairman Glenn S. Gerstell, and DC WASA General Manager Jerry N. Johnson. Libby Lawson, Public Affairs Director for DC WASA, acted as the Master of Ceremonies. Aquarius personnel were present for the christening, and the event was covered by local newspapers and television stations. Among their numerous responsibilities, DC WASA is committed to maintaining clean rivers to both enhance the environment and help our Nation's Capital look its best for residents and visitors alike.
 
 


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