Martha Nadeau NEIWPCC Assistant Environmental Analyst
A NEIWPCC employee since 2009, Martha works with the Maine DHHS Drinking Water Program’s Information Management Team to provide technical support to the program’s Compliance and Enforcement Team. Martha holds an A.A.S. in Business Administration and Management from Central Maine Technical College.
Christina Trufant NEIWPCC Environmental Analyst
Christina joined NEIWPCC in June 2017 and is responsible for determining public water system compliance with the state of Maine and federal safe drinking water regulations. She assures that compliance monitoring schedules are entered and maintained in the Safe Drinking Water Information System (SDWIS) database and that they are correct, complete, and consistent with rules regulating public water systems. As a Rule Specialist, she also communicates regulatory requirements to staff and public water systems through training and direct meetings. Christina holds a B.S. in Environmental Science from the University of Southern Maine.
David Welch NEIWPCC Environmental Analyst
David assists Maine DHHS Drinking Water Program staff in meeting requirements under the Public Water Supply Supervision program, the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program, and other areas as required by amendments to the Safe Drinking Water Act. David, who joined NEIWPCC in 2009, holds a B.S. in Secondary Education and Mathematics from the University of Maine at Farmington.
Eric Cheung NEIWPCC Environmental Analyst
Eric, who joined NEIWPCC in 2014, develops and refines procedures for compliance with the Well Drillers Program and the federal Safe Drinking Water Act. He is also responsible for tracking well completion reports, responding to public information requests for well records, and creating training aids. He has a B.A. from Emerson College.
Helen Glina NEIWPCC Environmental Analyst
Helen started working for MassDEP, known then as the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, in 1988. She joined NEIWPCC in 2014. She is the first point of contact for the Bureau of Resource Protection’s Drinking Water Program. Helen reviews and analyzes data, and prepares reports. In addition, she ensures that the program’s electronic records are current, organized, and accessible. Helen has a B.A. in Russian Language.
Tsuyoshi Yano NEIWPCC Environmental Analyst
Since 2002, Tio has been providing data management support for the MassDEP Bureau of Resource Protection’s Drinking Water Program. He joined NEIWPCC in 2014. His work includes building and running database queries, providing technical support for public-facing web applications, and coordinating statewide annual statistical reporting. Tio holds a B.A. in History from Boston College and a B.S. in Interactive Media Design from the New England Institute of Art.
Myra Lawyer NEIWPCC Environmental Analyst; LCBP Agronomist
Based in New York State DEC’s Ray Brook office, Myra plays an important role in implementing LCBP’s efforts to reduce agricultural runoff in the New York portion of the basin. A certified crop advisor and comprehensive nutrient management planner, Myra worked as an agronomist in New York for fifteen years prior to joining NEIWPCC’s staff in 2012. She holds an A.S. in Agronomy from Purdue University.
Peter Stangel NEIWPCC Environmental Analyst; LCBP Long Term Monitoring Biologist
Although based at Vermont DEC in Montpelier, Pete is a key part of the LCBP team. His responsibilities include monitoring Lake Champlain and its tributaries, collecting and analyzing aquatic samples to determine water quality, and preparing comprehensive water quality study reports. Development of the reports involves aquatic sampling and analysis, transcription and interpretation of data, compilation of material, and formation of recommendations. Pete joined NEIWPCC in 1996. He holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Johnson State College.