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Since our formation in 1947, NEIWPCC has made it a priority to develop publications and resources that provide vital information on water and wastewater topics. The materials we produce are diverse, ranging from complex operations guides to curriculum supplements. They are designed for a wide variety of audiences, including environmental professionals, government agencies, water and wastewater treatment facilities, schools, and the public.

Information on NEIWPCC’s many published technical guides, reports, plans, and other resources is available by accessing the publications section of each of our main work areas. Some of the resources available in these sections are listed below.

Water Quality

Guide to Hydric Soils

Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Manual

Northeast Regional Floristic Quality Assessment Final Report

Gauging the Health of New England’s Lakes and Ponds – A Survey Report and Decision-Making Resource

Wastewater and Onsite Systems

TR-16 Guides for the Design of Wastewater Treatment Works (2011 Edition)

The Northeast Guide for Estimating Staffing at Publicly and Privately Owned Wastewater Treatment Plants

The Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators Guide to Biosolids Sampling Plans

The Sequencing Batch Reactor Design and Operational Considerations

Optimizing Operation, Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Sanitary Sewer Collection Systems

Brochure: Be a Water Quality Professional

Water Resource Protection

Brochure: Guidance on Lead at Childcare Facilities in Mass.

Drinking Water Guide for Owners and Operators of Gas Stations

The Cost of Clean and Safe Water


For more information, contact Adam Auster, NEIWPCC Communications Director, at 978-349-2507;


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