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Government Shutdown

1/22/19—Commission mostly unscathed Four weeks into the partial shutdown of the federal government, NEIWPCC remains open for business. Nonetheless, some gaps are emerging.

All About Soil

10/16/18—October 16 marked the last day of NEIWPCC’s most recent eight-session soil evaluator certification course, which trains engineers, designers, local Boards of Health members, and […]

Plastic Trash Targeted

10/15/18—Long Island Sound Study Campaign “Protect our wildlife: break the single-use plastic habit.” That was the rallying cry for a plastic trash reduction campaign that […]

Beekeeping and Beer

10/15/18—Water Management Training in Maine On November 14, NEIWPCC’s Joint Environmental Training Coordinating Committee (JETCC) for the State of Maine will kick off its tenth […]

Hi-Res Mapping Finds Tank Contamination

9/20/18—LUSTLine Looks at Tools for Tanks — High Resolution Site Characterization (HRSC) uses data visualization to create accurate site models and mapping to determine the extent […]

Stream Crossings, Flooding, Get Grants, Design

7/9/18—Rushing water overtopping bridges and culverts threatens not only property and wildlife habitats, but also public safety. More than 1,900 publicly owned road stream crossings […]

Visualizing the State of Lake Champlain

7/9/18—“Never before has there been so much support from lake users, resource managers, and government entities to improve Lake Champlain and its watershed.” That is […]

Hydric Soils Guide Updated

5/23/18—Identifying wetland soils in New England just got a little easier with this published manual. It has been updated to include an additional New England-specific […]

Nutrient Bioextraction Removes Nitrogen

4/17/18—Why not: use marine plants and animals, such as seaweed and shellfish, to remove nitrogen from Long Island Sound? NEIWPCC has hired its first bioextraction […]

50 Years of Training Excellence

4/17/18—This article was originally published in the April, 2018 issue of NEIWPCC’s former quarterly e-newsletter, iWR. Thirty-seven wastewater operators made history on March 11, 1968, […]