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NEIWPCC Work Summarized State by State

Posted on Tuesday, January 24th, 2023 | Posted in News, Publications

Three of the state summaries lined up

NEIWPCC’s 2021-22 state summaries, updated annually, are now available in print and online. These one-page handouts highlight how NEIWPCC helped the Northeast preserve and advance water quality in collaboration with, and service to, our member states:

The reports feature NEIWPCC’s on-the-ground work in each state, including support for source water protection programs in Maine and New York; and for program partners in the Lake Champlain basin, Hudson River estuary and Long Island Sound watershed.

They also highlight NEIWPCC’s regional impact on the states; from providing training for environmental professionals, to coordinating across state lines on issues as diverse as per- and polyflouroalkyl substances (PFAS), leaking underground storage tanks (LUSTS) and road salt pollution.