Directing Wastewater Management for the City of Ashland
In honor of our 40th anniversary, we’re sharing stories that celebrate the many things that make us proud to be part of the Service Pump & Supply team. From our customers to our employees… from the jobs we do to the communities where we work, live, and are proud to call home — we’re recognizing 40 things that make working at Service Pump great.
For more than 30 years, Wastewater Collections Superintendent Bruce Worthington has proudly served the City of Ashland. His passion and commitment for his community is second to none.
To keep his community safe and sanitary, Bruce works ‘round the clock to make sure that every pump station is up and running. Managing wastewater isn’t a 9-5 job. Each station is checked every single day of the year — no exceptions — by either Bruce or a member of his hard-working team.
His attention to detail doesn’t end with pump maintenance, as he routinely keeps his department running on-budget. Bruce also lends his knowledge and expertise to other municipalities. He serves as a mentor and advisor to communities throughout the region.
At Service Pump, we have had the pleasure of working closely with Bruce and his team. So we say with confidence that Bruce is one of those guys who’s out there keeping the world turning, always doing his best.
We tip our hats to Bruce, his team, and all the unsung heroes of clean water.
Recognizing Unsung Heroes: Local Water Workers and Champions
In honor of our company’s 40th anniversary, we’re celebrating individuals from throughout our communities who are working to solve water problems.
From utility workers to maintenance managers, from conservationists to engineers, from students to volunteers, let us know who is doing the unsung work in your community. Help us honor the often-overlooked folks who are going above and beyond to provide clean water and ensure responsible water management.
Know someone who’s working to clean up waterways, prevent contamination, or provide access to clean drinking water? They deserve to be recognized!