The Commission’s’s semi-annual print publication provides in-depth reporting and analysis of the water and wastewater issues that matter to our member states.
In 2017, the publication was redesigned as a magazine and renamed Interstate Waters.
The March issue of Interstate Waters looks at some recent projects to tackle aquatic trash. Author Drew Youngs finds that it is a problem particularly suitable for citizen volunteers and community outreach.
Also in the magazine, NEIWPCC reflects on trends in the training of future wastewater-plant managers, and reports on the experience and sensibilities that Pete Lopez brings to his role as the administrator of EPA Region 2.
The issue also reports news from the seven NEIWPCC states and describes the status of federal issues of concern.
The publication was previously known as the Interstate Water Report.
The magazine presents news and feature stories about current issues and trends in clean water. Whether you work for clean water or simply have an interest in it, the publication will broaden and deepen your understanding of the existing and emerging challenges in our region.
Select stories have been republished in our reprint series.
Interstate Waters is funded by a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Printed issues are mailed free of charge to subscribers; all issues are available online.
To subscribe to Interstate Waters, email us at email@example.com. Type “Subscribe to Interstate Waters” in the subject field and include your full mailing address. Please indicate whether you also wish to receive our quarterly email newsletter, iWR.
We welcome and appreciate questions, comments, story ideas, and articles for publication. Please email material to Adam Auster, NEIWPCC Communications Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.