Join us on April 19 at the Hilton Harrisburg for the 2016 PEC Harrisburg Dinner as we recognize the Governor’s Awards for Environmental Excellence. Register here.
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary John Quigley will deliver the evening’s keynote address, followed by special commentary from Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn. WGAL Channel 8 news anchor Janelle Stelson will once again be the program emcee.
$100 Single Ticket ($75 for retirees / non-profits / students)
$250 Innovator (Includes two seats and name listed in program)
$500 Environmental Excellence Sponsor (Includes four seats and
name listed in program)
$1,500 Bronze Table Benefactor (Includes eight seats; name
listed in program and signage at the event)
$2,500 Silver Dinner Sponsor (Includes eight seats; name listed in
program and signage at the event)
$5,000 Gold Reception Sponsor (Includes twelve seats; name
listed in program and signage at the event; and table top
Premier Platinum Sponsor
Gold Reception Sponsor
Silver Dinner Sponsor
Bronze Table Benefactors
Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Appell Jr.
Foundation for Pennsylvania Watersheds
Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP
Environmental Excellence Sponsor
Buchart Horn Inc.
Groundwater Sciences Corporation
Innovator Dinner Sponsors
K&L Gates LLP
RT Environmental Services, Inc.
Awarded each year by DEP, these awards highlight the best in environmental innovation and expertise throughout the Commonwealth. Each year the Governor’s Awards for Environmental Excellence are the highest statewide honor bestowed to businesses and organizations involved in a cross-section of environmental initiatives from cleaning up watersheds, saving energy, eliminating pollution, reducing waste, and more.
The awards program is open to all Pennsylvania businesses, farms, government agencies, educational institutions, non-profit organizations, and individuals who have created or participated in the development of a project that promotes environmental stewardship and economic development in the state.
Projects are selected based on eight criteria: protection, partnership, public service, environmental education and outreach, pollution prevention, economic impact, innovative technology, and climate change.