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EPA, Engagement, More

Posted on Tuesday, January 21st, 2020 | Posted in News

School teachers and wastewater operators are banding together. The Trump administration is facing criticism from within the EPA.

NEIWPCC’s partner programs are planning for engagement, and our conference season is about to begin.

3 students clustered around a thermometer

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These and other stories are included in the mid-January issue of the Internet Water Report, NEIWPCC’s quarterly email newsletter.

  • New Hampshire school teachers teamed up with wastewater operators in November at a workshop to explore ways to educate students and community members about water issues.
  • Proposals to curtail federal oversight over wetlands, and to allow power plants to emit more mercury, are under fire from the EPA’s own Science Advisory Board.
  • Planning, engagement, and planning for engagement, bear fruit at place-based programs around the region.
  • NEIWPCC’s conference season begins on March 4 in Newport, Rhode Island, with the Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference.

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