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Con Edison Salutes New York City Envirothon 2002 Champions
This is the fourth year that Con Edison sponsored the Envirothon, which is organized by the New York City Soil and Water Conservation District.
"It is a pleasure to salute the winners of the Envirothon 2002 today," said Randolph S. Price, Con Edison's vice president of Environmental, Health and Safety. "More than a day of presentations and multiple-choice tests, the Envirothon is a source of inspiration for students to bring their environmental knowledge and skills into their communities, where they engage in recycling programs, restoration of natural ecology and protection of animal resources. This is a great start for the environmental leaders of the future."
He added, "On behalf of Con Edison I wish the winners of the New York City Envirothon 2002 great success in the state competition."
Also in attendance at the award ceremony were Christopher O. Ward, New York City Department of Environmental Protection commissioner; Adrian Benepe, New York City Parks and Recreation Department commissioner; and Eugenia Flatow, New York City Soil and Water District chair.
The city champions -- Bronx High School of Science, Brooklyn Technical High School, Staten Island Technical High School and Archbishop Malloy High School in Queens -- will compete in the State Envirothon on May 29 through May 30.
Consolidated Edison, Inc. [NYSE:ED] is one of the nation's largest investor-owned energy companies, with approximately $10 billion in annual revenues and $17 billion in assets. The company provides a wide range of energy-related products and services to its customers through two regulated utility subsidiaries and four competitive energy and telecommunications businesses. For additional financial, operations and customer service information, visit the Consolidated Edison Inc. web site at www.conedison.com.
Contact: Brenda Pérez
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