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69 Years Working for Clean Water: 1947 through 2016

What’s New

New State Water Plan for Connecticut RFQ available: The New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (NEIWPCC), on behalf of the Connecticut Water Planning Council (WPC), is inviting qualification submittals from contractors to develop, at the direction of the WPC, the first comprehensive State Water Plan for Connecticut. See our contractor opportunities page for more information.

Annual Nonpoint Source Conference: Registration is now open for the 27th Annual NPS Conference, April 20 & 21, 2016 in Hartford, CT! Register by March 28 to take advantage of reduced pricing. Visit the conference website for agenda information.

New Edition: The latest issue of LUSTLine is now available. View the seventy-ninth issue, featuring a cover article by Miles Ballogg, Dave Laney, Joseph Morici, and Roger Register entitled USTfields to Healthfields.

2016 Northeast Onsite Short Course & Equipment Expo Registration NOW OPEN! Click here for Attendee Registration or here for Exhibitor Registration for the 5th Northeast Onsite Short Course & Equipment Exhibition to take place April 5-7, 2016 in Taunton, MA. Please visit our Onsite Short Course page for complete conference information.

Next NEIWPCC New England Wetlands Webinar: Wetland Assessment Methods will feature: Ecological Integrity Assessments of Maine Wetlands presented by Andy Cutko, Maine Natural Areas Program and River Corridor Status: Assessment of Floodplain Forests presented by Justin Schlawin, Maine Natural Areas Program to be held January 14th at 1:30 pm. Register here.

Becoming a Certified Wastewater Operator in Massachusetts: In an effort to answer questions and provide information about the process to becoming a certified wastewater operator in Massachusetts, we have put together a short webinar for your viewing; check it out here!

Interstate Water Report: The September issue of our print newsletter includes a special report by NEIWPCC’s Heather Radcliffe on how the Clean Water Act could be modernized to better address twenty-first century water challenges. The issue also covers a much-needed workshop on fishways, NEIWPCC’s list of 19 water program priorities, and much more.

Issues of Common Concern: See NEIWPCC's most recent list of regional Water Program Priorities that will be the focus of much of our work for the coming years.

New State Climate Change Information! We have updated climate change adaptation information for all of our member states. Check out state efforts and actions in the region on our new climate change webpage.

2016 Northeast Onsite Short Course: Vendor & Attendee Registration to open soon! Mark your calendar for this event and learn more about it here!

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.

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.

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!


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