The Caribbean Water and Wastewater Association hosted its Award ceremony for the winners in its “ How do my Actions affect my environment” Creative art competition.
The ceremony was recently held at The Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards.
Participants were asked to display the effects of pollution on the environment. The competition took on an unusual turn as the portrayals were done on kites.
The winners of the competition are:
- Vanessa Noel - 1st Place Overall
- Dalya Barker - 2nd Place Overall
- Andel King - 3rd Place Tie Overall
- Jeffrey Singh - 3rd Place Tie Overall
- Vanessa Noel - Best Message
- Dalya Barker - Visual Impact
- Civilian Conservation Corps North West Region - Overall Group
Individual winners received Visual Art Scholarships, art and book supplies, while the winner in the group category received a cash contribution.
The CWWA takes this opportunity to thank The Ministry of Public Utilities and the Environment, Petrotrin, Water and Sewerage Authority, Smalta and Hand Arnold for their contributions.
Congratulations to all participants of the first ever “ How do my actions affect my environment” Creative art competition
Overall winner of the “ How do my actions affect my environment” Creative Art competition Vanessa Noel receives her award from Caribbean Water and Wastewater Association Executive Secretary Carol Doyle.
Winning portrayals of (l to r) first place Vanessa Noel, second place Dalya Barker, third place tie between Jeffrey Singh and Andel King in the individual category
Winning portrayals in the group category (l to r) Civilian Conservation Corps North East Region and 2nd place CCC Central Region