EPA, Engagement, More

1/21/20—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,… Continue reading >

Our State Reports

1/16/20—From western New York to Presque Isle; from the Quebec border to Long Island Sound, NEIWPCC was busy last year in every one of its… Continue reading >

Biologists Assemble March 4-6

1/2/20—Registration for #NABNewport Now Open Secure your spot at the 2020 Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference as a participant, exhibitor, or sponsor! This year’s conference will… Continue reading >

Engaging Broader Audiences

12/24/19—Jan 9 Webinar Focuses on Social Media  To solve water quality problems, public engagement is key. It’s easier than ever to create engaging educational materials… Continue reading >

Abstracts Wanted

10/3/19—Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference: Newport, Rhode Island; March 4-6, 2020. Please submit your abstract by October 25, 2019 to be considered for an oral or… Continue reading >

From Tanks to Wind and other News

9/25/19—NEIWPCC’s oldest continuous publication publishes late summer edition. The 86th issue of L.U.S.T.Line features the story behind the decommissioning and removal of leaking underground tanks… Continue reading >

Webinar: Visualizing Data

9/20/19—Award-winning data editor and designer Tommy McCall will lead a webinar on using data visualization to communicate scientific information. In the webinar, Mr. McCall will… Continue reading >