NEWEA will be hosting the Annual WEFTEC Luncheon Meeting for all NEWEA Members attending WEFTEC this year in New Orleans, Lousiana on Monday, October 4.
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) is offering a new nationwide prescription drug "Take-Back" program.
The article, Off the Snails highlights a recent pilot study with the Jewett City Wastewater Treatment Plant in Connecticut. The results indicated that an automated washing system was effective in keeping UV chambers clear of unwanted biological growth. Read More
The article was reecntly published in Treatment Plant Operator (TPO) Magazine and written by NEWEA member David Drobiak, Joseph Nestico, CT Department of Environmental Protection, and Shawna Gill, GillTrading.com Inc.
Check out this interested article "The Next Generation" which features NEWEA Member Kevin Cini and the Groton Wastewater Treatment Facility's internship program with Grasso Technical High School.
The article is published in the September issue of Treatment Plant Operator Magazine.
The Combined Sewer Overflow/Wet Weather Issues Committee is requesting abstract submittals for their upcoming 2-day conference in Portsmouth, NH.
Over 150 wastewater professionals came to listen to keynote speaker, Richard Perez, Hoyle Tanner & Associates and other presentations on: Inflow and Infiltration (I/I); Capacity, Management, Operation and Maintenance (CMOM); Fats, Oils, Grease (FOG) Control; TMDL and pipe and manhole rehabiliation at the recent NEWEA Collection Systems Seminar held on September 9 in Westford, Massachusetts.
On September 10, participants joined NEWEA to kick-off World Water Monitoring Day. Learn how you can get involved in your community.
Planning on attending WEFTEC10 in New Orleans, LA? If so, join fellow New Englanders for an annual luncheon meeting at Muriel's Restaurant.
Facility tours of the Indian Orchard Pump Station and Jones Ferry CSO Treatment Facility along with technical presentations will be offered on October 13.
Do you want to get kids excited about water? Do you want to get involved in your community? Do you want to be part of a world wide effort? Do you want to have fun both learning and teaching at the same time? Do you want to make a difference? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might want to get involved in World Water Monitoring Day (WWMD).
The opinions expressed in these blogs are not necessarily recommened or endorsed by NEWEA, its Executive Committee or its members.