The Livermore Water Awareness Poster Contest has helped elementary school students explore the importance of water conservation through art for more than 20 years. This annual contest is sponsored by Livermore Municipal Water, Cal Water, and Zone 7 Water Agency.
2021 Poster Contest - Voting is Now Open!
Finalists have been selected and now the community has the opportunity to vote for the contest winners! Visit our online voting form to view the finalists and select your favorites. Voting is open until April 16, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. The winning posters will be displayed in downtown Livermore during May, which is Drinking Water Awareness Month.
If you have any questions about the Water Awareness Poster Contest, contact Natalie Croak, Communications Representative at (925) 960-8144 or email@example.com. Past winners of the Livermore Water Awareness Poster Contest can be viewed on our Flickr account.
Since 2015, the City of Livermore Water Resources Division has proudly presented "One Water Awards" at the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District's Science Odyssey. These awards recognize students who have completed exceptional science projects that are focused on water resources-related topics. Zone 7 Water Agency cosponsored the award for the first time in 2020.
Students do not need to apply separately to be considered for the One Water Award. Projects related to water, wastewater, and recycled water will automatically be considered during Science Odyssey judging.
2021 One Water Award Winners
Siddarth Menon (Mendenhall Middle School)
Project: Creating Electricity from Wastewater
Elementary School Division, First Place
Gabriella ODonnell (Marylin Avenue Elementary)
Project: Do Different Types of Water - Faucet Water, Rainwater, and Bottled Water - Affect Radish Sprout Growth?
Elementary School Division, Second Place
Neya Morish (Emma C. Smith Elementary)
Project: Water Hand Pump Design and Model
Elementary School Division, Third Place
Navneeth Reghuram (Lawrence Elementary)
Project: Each Drop Counts, Save Water
Middle School Division, First Place
Sanskriti Dubey (Christensen Middle School)
Project: Water Quality
Middle School Division, Second Place
Megha Prasanna & Vanadhi Muthukumar (Mendenhall Middle School)
Project: Will it Purify?
The City of Livermore Water Resources Division cosponsors the "Excellence in Water, Wastewater, or Recycled Water Research Awards" at the Alameda County Science & Engineering Fair with nine other Alameda County water and wastewater agencies.
Winners and their teachers receive cash awards and recognition at the fair and in their local community. Students do not need to apply separately to be considered for this award. Projects related to water, wastewater, and recycled water will automatically be considered during judging.
2021 Excellence in Water, Wastewater, or Recycled Water Research Awards
Junior Division, First Place: Edric Zheng, (Hopkins Jr. High School, Fremont)
Project: Smart Rainwater System for Drip Irrigation
Junior Division, Second Place: Madison Tian (Challenger School, Newark)
Project: The Effects of Different Flocculants and Coagulants on Water Purity
Senior Division, First Place: Hiya Shah (Amador Valley High School, Pleasanton)
Project: Maji: A computer-controlled, bioinspired system for low-energy treatment of per- and polyfluoroalkyl water contaminants
Senior Division, Second Place: Akshaya Ravi (Irvington High School, Fremont)
Project: Combining Plant-Based Materials to Clean Polluted Water
Senior Division, Third Place: Alexandre Beaudin (Mission San Jose High School, Fremont)
Project: Solving the Water Shortage: Thermodynamically Optimal Distillation Process