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Media Relations Webinar this April

3/24/20—The news media plays a major role in shaping Americans’ opinions about their water and the people who are responsible for it. How can water […]

Wanted: Water Quality Presenters

2/12/20—Training Webinars for Water Quality Impairment Professionals. NEIWPCC is now accepting presentation proposals for our National 303(d)/TMDL Webinar Series. Since 2016, this EPA-funded program has […]

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, […]

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 […]

Planning to Reach Out

1/15/20—Planning, engagement, and planning for engagement, bear fruit at place-based programs around the region. Scientific reports and long-term plans are the foundation for future work.

EPA Panel Takes Up Rollbacks

1/15/20—Wetlands, Mercury Threats Assessed Proposals to curtail federal oversight over wetlands, and to allow power plants to emit more mercury, are facing criticism from an […]

Teachers, WWOs, Pair for Outreach

1/15/20—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 […]

Fast-Tracking of Permits Advances 

10/30/19—States, NEIWPCC, Fear Lawsuits Against the advice of NEIWPCC and others, the EPA is proceeding with a plan that would curtail the time states have […]

Disinfection Innovation

10/16/19—Move over, chemical disinfection! Other affordable treatment technologies are in the wings. Last month, NEIWPCC hosted a pair of online talks by scientists developing alternative […]