NEIWPCC’s semi-annual magazine provides in-depth reporting and analysis of water and wastewater issues, as well as news and feature stories about current issues and trends in clean water.

Spring 2024 Issue

Features include:

  • Highlights from NEIWPCC and our Partners
  • From Sewage to Seining: Youth Explore Environmental Careers
  • Hold the Salt: Reducing Winter Salt Application
  • New York Teachers Wade into Estuary Education


Printed issues are mailed free of charge. To subscribe, email your full mailing address to with “Subscribe to Interstate Waters” in the subject field. We welcome and appreciate questions, comments, and story ideas.

Previous Issues

Fall 2023

Features include:

  • Clean Water Pod Wraps With a View to the Future
  • Beneath the Surface: Agricultural Tile Drains
  • Supreme Court Rules on WOTUS Interpretation
  • Environmental Stewardship Through Art

Spring 2023

Features include:

  • Water Invaders: A Spotlight on Aquatic Invasive Species
  • Monitoring the Marshlands of Long Island
  • Creating a New Country Water Purification District
  • New Podcast Series Features Water Quality Experts

Fall 2022

  • 75 Years of NEIWPCC: A Timeline
  • New Video Series Commemorates 75th Anniversary
  • From Hand-Written Engineering Designs to Emerging Contaminants:
    The Changing Water Industry

Spring 2022

  • Reflections on the 50th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act
  • Defining WOTUS
  • Addressing Emerging Contaminants
  • Meeting Challenges in Modernizing the Clean Water Act
  • The first Fully Integrated Sludge Composting System

Fall 2021

  • Tracing the Pandemic Through our Wastewater
  • Combating our Aging Wastewater Workforce
  • Daniel Miller: Restoring Hudson River Estuary Habitats
  • Beavers, TACos, and Lightning Talks

Spring 2021

  • A Roadmap for Advancing and Preserving Water Quality
  • Assessing Nitrogen Removal Retrofits
  • New Regional Initiative to Address Salt Pollution
  • Eliminating Systemic Racism in the Environmental Field

September 2020

  • Youth and the Environment
  • Teaching the Teachers
  • Reinventing NEIWPCC
  • Socially Distanced Eel Monitoring

February 2020

  • Mercury Progress: Up in Smoke?
  • Building the Green Future: Connecticut Reaches for Ambitious Stormwater Goals
  • Soil Evaluators

September 2019

  • Learning and Travelling on the River that Flows Both Ways
  • One Boat at a Time
  • A Boatload of Control

March 2019

  • Taking Out the Trash
  • Managing for Clean Water
  • Enabling Success with Pete Lopez
  • PFAS

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“Interstate Waters” is funded by a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.