WEBINAR: Low-Cost Retrofits for Nitrogen Removal Webinar – August 18 at 1:00 pm
Hear findings from the study, completed March 2015 by JJ Environmental, LLC, assessing the feasibility and cost-efficiency of installing low-cost biological nitrogen removal retrofits at select WWTPs in the upper LIS watershed (MA, NH, and VT). Register here.
ENVIRONMENTALISTS WANTED: The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation is now enrolling ECO AmeriCorps full-time members with service to begin this September. As well, VTDEC is looking for host sites! More information about this opportunity can be found here.
Summer reading: proliferating stormwater utilities and new clean water legislation in Vermont are among several topics covered in the July issue of our e-newsletter, iWR. For information on how our wastewater treatment plants fared this past winter during the January blizzard, check out our January issue of the iWR.
New Edition: The latest issue of LUSTLine is now available. View the seventy-seventh issue, featuring a cover article by Kevin Henderson entitled "The Missing Link: How Well is UST Equipment Working."
Recognition of Success: NEIWPCC's Thomas Borden and Heather Radcliffe have received EPA Environmental Merit Awards for their roles in launching EPA's new Southeast New England Coastal Watershed Restoration Program. Read the press release.
Conferences & Workshops: Check out the presentations and information from our recently hosted Long Island Sound Water Quality Workshop, the Annual Nonpoint Source Conference, and the Stormwater Utility Workshop.
Annual Highlights: Once a year, NEIWPCC develops for each of our member states a summary of some of the many ways in which we are serving and assisting a state. Read our latest series of state summaries.
Latest Training Schedules Now Available! Operators, sign up for the training you need by visiting our Training Calendar page. While there, peruse the latest course listings from all our training efforts and download the new NEIWPCC, MWOT, and JETCC Training Schedules.
Regional Turf Fertilizer Guidelines: With summer underway and lawns in need of care, be sure to check out the Regional Clean Water Guidelines for the Fertilization of Urban Turf.
Share your thoughts with us! NEIWPCC welcomes your comments with a new Feedback form for the anonymous submission of comments, suggestions, and thoughts of any kind on our work or water pollution issues in general. We look forward to hearing from you!