The event is designed to celebrate the Hudson River Estuary and educate participants on the uniqueness of our estuary as part of the annual recognition of “National Estuaries Week”. The event is coordinated by The Hudson River Estuary Program of New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.
Join us for our first-ever Pump-a-Palooza event on October 19-20, 2022.
This two-day regional extravaganza combines a
virtual training on pump basics on Oct. 19, followed by a
full-day, in-person training and exhibition on Oct. 20.
Pump-a-Palooza offers demonstration, hands-on exhibition,
and face-to-face networking for water and wastewater
operators. Pump manufacturers and representatives from
across the industry will display different types of pumps with
the goal of teaching attendees: 1) the internal parts and
mechanics of a pump and how they work, 2) the many
different types of pumps and their associated applications, 3)
the benefits and limitations of varying types of pumps, and 4)
how to read pump curves and properly size a pump. Vendors
will also showcase the latest and greatest in pump
technology with outdoor displays and demonstrations. Don’t
miss this unique training and networking opportunity!
The theme for the U.S. Symposium on Harmful Algae is “Science to Support Solutions from Shore to Shore.” From freshwater to marine systems, the prevalence of harmful algal blooms (HABs) is a national environmental challenge, and solutions are needed. Celebrating this event in New York – the only state with Great Lake shorelines, marine coasts, and the diverse range of ecosystems between these extremes – creates an ideal setting to discuss progress in understanding algal bloom ecology and the solutions necessary to prevent and reduce HABs.
This conference is open to all registrants. Attendees will include national representatives and researchers from academia; state, federal, tribal, and municipal governments; the private sector; and watershed organizations. Registration will open in Spring 2022.
The symposium is coordinated by NEIWPCC, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, and U.S. Geological Survey with support from the U.S. National Office for Harmful Algal Blooms at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
The 33rd Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution (NPS) Conference is set for April 12-13, 2023 in Saratoga Springs, New York. NEIWPCC is coordinating the conference in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency with support from the New York Department of Environmental Conservation and the Shinnecock Nation. The conference theme is Environmental Justice, Equity and Climate Change.
The conference is open to all registrants, with registration opening in early 2023. Details about the conference and abstract submission can be found on the event webpage.