Goodbye WASA, hello D.C. Water
D.C. WASA is no more.
Mike DeBonis tells us at his blog that the D.C. Water and Sewer Authority is now just D.C. Water.
The water utility formerly known as WASA has come under fire for distributing water tainted with lead from late 2000 to 2004. General Manager George S. Hawkins launched a public contest in February to come up with a new identity for the agency. Three entrants, including a D.C. Water employee, shared the $2,000 prize for coming up with parts of the new name, logo, and slogan.
Washington Post editors
| June 15, 2010; 2:25 PM ET
Categories: DC | Tags: d.c. wasa, d.c. water, lead, wasa, water
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