Certification and Awards
ISO 9000 CERTIFICATION
Our production processes at both plants are ISO 9000 registered and have been since 1994. ISO 9000 Certification guarantees consistency in production, installation and design and is recognized internationally as a model for quality assurance.
If you would like registration details or require a new supplier certification, please call: 251-829-6601 and ask to speak to our ISO Coordinator or someone in our Laboratory.
You may also fax your details and customer requirements to 251-829-3739.
HRSD, a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia, was created by public referendum in 1940 and currently serves a population of 1.6 million in 17 cities and counties in Southeast Virginia. Our mission is to prevent pollution, protect public health and support community development by providing wastewater collection, treatment and related services.
BUCKS ASSOCIATIONS AND AWARDS
LeMoyne Community Advisory Panel
Mobile Chamber of Commerce
The Forum and Partners for Environmental Progress
United Way of Southwest Alabama
- "Top Ten Corporate Per Capita Giving"
- "Top Ten Percentage of Leadership Givers"
PORTSMOUTH ASSOCIATIONS AND AWARDS
- United Way Charities
- Portsmouth LEPC & Citizen Corps Council
- Clean the Bay Days
- HRSD Pollution Prevention Award 2008
- VMEA Award for the State of Virginia 2007
- HRSD Pretreatment Excellence Awards 2007 - Gold
- HRSD Pretreatment Excellence Awards 2006 - Silver
- HRSD Pollution Prevention Award 2006
- HRSD Pollution Prevention Award 2005
Portsmouth Pollution Prevention Award - 2005
Honoured by VIRGINIA BEACH-HRSD
(Hampton Roads Sanitation District)
U.S.Amines (Portsmouth) LLC was recognised (17 May 2006), for
Outstanding Pollution Prevention Efforts in 2005
The annual P2 awards are presented to businesses for outstanding multi-media (air, land, water) efforts that focus on reduction of waste.
With the emphasis on waste water discharges, HRSD recognises organisations that look beyond traditional treatment, control and disposal methods and focus on source reduction techniques.
The Award received was in the 25,000-400,000 gallons-per-day category.