REHAU to Host 2011 Sustainable Loudoun Energy & Environmental Sustainability Awards

REHAU will recognize the leaders of tomorrow's sustainable solutions innovation at the REHAU/Sustainable Loudoun Energy & Environmental Sustainability Awards ceremony on Wednesday, April 27, 2011, from 5-7 pm at the company's North American headquarters in Leesburg, Va.

LEESBURG, Va., April 20, 2011 - REHAU, an international polymer innovator in construction, automotive and industry, will host the REHAU/Sustainable Loudoun Energy & Environmental Sustainability Awards ceremony on Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at its North American headquarters in Leesburg, Va.


Celebrating the leaders who will innovate tomorrow's sustainable solutions, the awards ceremony will recognize four exceptional entries from the 30th Annual Loudoun County Regional Science & Engineering Fair competition. Held in March 2011 in Ashburn, Va., the competition showcased entries from more than 200 high school students from across Northern Virginia's Loudoun County.

This year's REHAU/Sustainable Loudoun Energy & Environmental Sustainability Awards winners include: Anson Rosenthal, first place (from Park View High School in Sterling, Va.); Colin O'Donnell, second place; Jana Hertzog, third place (both from Dominion High School in Sterling, Va.); and Adithya Saikumar, honorable mention (from Briar Woods High School in Ashburn, Va.). The students will officially receive their awards at next week's ceremony from Jeff Platenberg, assistant superintendent for support services at Loudoun County Public Schools.

In addition to the awards ceremony, David Conrath, director of planning, design and construction for Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) and Dr. Patrick Hatcher, professor at Old Dominion University and executive director of the Virginia Coastal Energy Research Consortium, will provide insight and inspiration as they share their sustainability-driven work in cutting-edge policy and technology development.

The REHAU/Sustainable Loudoun Energy & Environmental Sustainability Awards ceremony will be held on April 27 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at the REHAU North American headquarters building, 1503 Edwards Ferry Rd. N.E., Leesburg, Va., 20176. Attendance, including refreshments and all presentations, is free and open to the public. An RSVP is requested. For more information and to RSVP for the event, contact Deb Schauer at REHAU. P: 703.777.5255. E-mail: deb.schauer@rehau.com.

For additional information, contact: REHAU, 1501 Edwards Ferry Rd., N.E., Leesburg, Va., 20176. Phone: 1.800.247.9445. Fax: 1.800.627.3428. E-mail: rehau.mailbox@rehau.com. Web site: www.na.rehau.com.

REHAU delivers "Unlimited Polymer Solutions," and is the premium worldwide brand for polymer-based innovations and systems in construction, automotive and industry. The company generates continuous growth through its expertise and innovative capabilities in materials development, systems design and surface technology. Approximately 15,000 employees at more than 170 locations around the world ensure success of the independent, privately held company.

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