We're proud of being among the very best at what we do. We're also honored 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.
Corporate Knights magazine named EPCOR one of Canada's Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada for 2018. The magazine promotes sustainability-minded business models that go beyond simple cost considerations to incorporate social and ecological impacts.
For the 7th year in a row,
Mediacorp, has named EPCOR as one of Canada's Top Employers for Young People. Employers are judged for this award based on training, mentorship, advancement opportunities benefits like paid tuition and the overall composition of our employee base with respect to age categories.
For the 12th year in a row, we have been named one of
Alberta's Top 70 Employers. We are thrilled to be recognized for our continued efforts and programs we offer employees. We plan to keep it up!
For the second year in a row since entering the Arizona market, EPCOR USA was officially selected as one of the "Best Places to Work" by The Phoenix Business Journal. This award is a significant distinction because it's determined by employees who responded to an independent survey.
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.
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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.
National Governance Award, Conference Board of Canada
- Spencer Stuart — overall winner, 2004