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We're proud of being among the very best at what we do. We're also honoured to have been recognized for our many accomplishments, from our ongoing environmental commitment and business performance to our lengthy record of ethical corporate governance and employment practices.

Recent awards


Corporate Knights magazine's Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada (2017-2021)



Canada's Clean50, recognizing EPCOR’s Edmonton flood mitigation program with a Top Project Award (2021)



Canada's Top Employers for Young People (2012 - 2021) by Mediacorp



Alberta's Top Employers (2006 - 2021) by Mediacorp



246 awards across our Arizona operations since 2012 (including 41 in 2021) for workplace safety and operational excellence from the Arizona Water Association.



Utility of the Future Today from the Water Environment Federation (2020 — EPCOR USA)



Phoenix Business Journal’s Best Places to Work (2015 - 2021 — EPCOR USA)



Emerald Award for Enhanced Lead Mitigation Strategy (2020)



Two awards for exceptional utility performance in 2019: People’s Choice Winner from the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Tap Water Taste Test, and the Bentley Year in Infrastructure award in the advancements in Utilities and Industrial Asset Performance category.


Government of Alberta EnviroVista Program

EPCOR's Edmonton waterworks system is the first water utility to achieve the Alberta government's EnviroVista Champion status. Under the program, we commit to environmental initiatives that exceed required operating standards. Read the report.


Public-Private Partnership (P3)

To be acknowledged with two awards in a single year is a testament of our commitment to innovation and excellence in providing high quality drinking water and improved wastewater services. We are proud to have been recognized with an Award of Merit for the Evan Thomas Water & Wastewater Treatment Plant in Kananaskis, AB, and the C. W. Chuck Wills Award for the City of Regina Wastewater Treatment Plant.


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