NWGA Regional Science & Engineering Fair

Lori Forrester (CCWSA Public Information Specialist) presenting Catherine McNutt with her certificate and $50 gift card.

Cherokee County Water and Sewerage Authority (CCWSA) recognized four Cherokee County students at the NWGA Regional Science & Engineering Fair on January 27th at South Forsyth High School. There were four projects recognized for their excellence in the environmental field. The projects recognized were “Nutrient Pollution” from Christopher Nikolov (Woodstock High School), “Are there dangerous levels of lead in our soil?” from Catherine McNutt (Mill Creek Middle School), “Designing Microbial Fuel Cell as a renewable Energy Source” from Dayne Bergman (Woodstock High School), and “The Effect of UV Radiation on E.coli”  from Jacob Tweddle (Woodstock High School). The students received a certificate and a gift card. CCWSA applauds the efforts of all the Cherokee County students.


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