L.U.S.T.Line Bulletin #82: The latest issue of L.U.S.T.Line is now available. View the 82nd issue, featuring a cover article by Ben Thomas entitled "The 30-Day Walkthrough Inspection: What’s Not To Love?"
New Hudson River Estuary Program Requests For Proposal available: Preliminary Design of a Sustainable Shoreline and Hydrodynamic and Sediment Transport Study! See our contractor opportunities page for more information.
Annual Report: NEIWPCC is proud to share its Annual Report, published in May of 2017.
26th National Tanks Conference & Expo Announced: The next National Tanks Conference has been scheduled for September 11-13, 2018, at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky. This event will provide learning and networking opportunities for federal, state, and tribal colleagues in the underground storage community. Please visit our conference website for the most current information on the event.
Spring 2017 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.
Youth and the Environment Program: Young adults from Lowell, Massachusetts were introduced to water and wastewater careers last summer by NEIWPCC through the EPA's Youth and the Environment Program. EPA has produced a short video highlighting the program. The video focuses on daily work at a wastewater treatment plant, various field trips, and previous program participants who have continued their careers in the wastewater field.
New Hudson River on the Rise Workshop: Waterfront Planning for Communities and Nature on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at the Henry A. Wallace Center and the FDR Presidential Library and Home in Hyde Park, NY. Registration here.
Recently completed: Preparing for Extreme Weather at Wastewater Utilities: Strategies and Tips, a supplement to the revised eleventh edition of its Guides for the Design of Wastewater Treatment Works (Technical Report, or TR, 16). This guide provides lessons learned from staff at facilities in the Northeast that have been affected by major storm events. In addition, practical tips and sources of additional information are provided.
Interstate Water Report: The September 2016 issue of our print newsletter looks at citizen-science projects, the impact of climate change, state responses to perflourinated contaminants, and more.
Storm Resiliency: NEIWPCC has revised its design guidance for wastewater facilities, Technical Report (TR) 16, in light of flooding and extreme weather events.