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Posted on: August 5, 2019

Spring Hill's first water plant manager retiring after exceptional 40-year water treatment career

Water Treatment Plant Superintendent Caryl Giles is retiring and was honored by the board with a pla

The Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BOMA) on Monday, Aug. 5, honored our outstanding Water Treatment Plant Superintendent, Caryl Giles, who is retiring after 17 years with the City of Spring Hill, and an impressive 40-year career of excellence in water treatment.

Caryl is highly regarded among her water utility peers throughout the region. She has paved the way as an industry leader, and for women in water treatment and production. Caryl guided our rapidly growing city with her vast experience when the Spring Hill Water Treatment Plant was built in 2003, and was our city's first water plant manager.

Caryl is a member of the Duck River Agency Technical Advisory Committee, the American Water Works Association (AWWA), the Tennessee Association of Utility Districts (TAUD), and was a past Chair of the KY-TN AWWA’s Honors and Awards Committee. Caryl has had a long string of awards herself over the years, including the City of Spring Hill Department Head of the Year, “Best Tasting Water” Regional Award, Operators Meritorious Service Award-KY-TN Section, the HR Rosson Award for Outstanding Water Plant Operator-TWWA 2009, as well as leading our plant to win the AWWA KY-TN Section Award of Excellence for Plant Operations – Medium Plant Category in 2005, 2013, and 2018. 

As a final reflection of her quality service, Caryl leaves the City with a 100% score on the Sanitary Survey recently performed on our water system by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) Division of Water Resources.

Please join us in congratulating Caryl Giles on a job very well done, and wishing her a long and happy retirement!

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