The annual Operations Challenge Training Day, held this year on April 19th , was another great success.
Operations Challenge is the "Wastewater Olympics" for professionals in the wastewater treatment industry. Teams of 4 members compete in 5 separate events: operations, maintenance, laboratory, safety and collection systems
Challenge your friends, family and co-workers to find out who has the best knowledge of college basketball...all while supporting a great cause. The NEWEA Young Professionals and Water For People Committees are hosting the 5th Annual NCAA Basketball Tournament Bracket Challenge. The entry fee is $10.00. Proceeds go to support Water For People. Great Prizes for the leader after the first two rounds and overall 1st, 2nd places will be awarded.
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NEWEA is happy to announce the 2012 Award Recipients. The official awards presentation will be held on Wednesday, January 30, 2013 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel in Boston, MA. For more information and ticket purchase >>
Changes to the NEWEA Bylaws are being proposed. Bylaws will be voted on at the Annual Business meeting on Monday, January 28, 2013 during NEWEA's Annual Conference in Boston, MA.
At the November 15, 2012 NEWEA Board of Directors meeting, a new NEWEA Position Statement, WARN, a Catalyst for High Performance Emergency Preparedness, was ratified and is available for members to view...
The NEWEA Safety Committee congratulates Jonathan Doucette, Woddard & Curran for winning the 2013 Safety Logo Contest.
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
As we watched and listened to news stories of the human hardship and environmental devastation inflicted on the Mid-Atlantic, especially coastal Connecticut, New Jersey and New York by Hurricane Sandy, we were very woruied and felt compelled to reach out to you. We were worried about how water and wastewater treatment plant personnel were being affected by the catastrophe and how water and wastewater treatment systems were handling this adversity.
The Project Delivery Alternatives Committee of the New England Water Environment Association is pleased to announce that the 2013 Specialty Conference on Integrated Design and Construction will be held in Worcester, MA at the College of the Holy Cross Conference Center.
This broad-based messaging campaign developed by WEF is designed to answer the question about how our actions, attitudes, and the things we most value are so closely connected with water. The campaign itself aims to inform a range of audiences, including the general public, media, opinion leaders, decision-makers, and elected officials that Water’s Worth It! Are you interested in joining us?
As of June 1, 2015 and as part of OSHA’s alignment with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), the Hazard Communication Standard will require pictograms on chemical container labels to alert users of the hazards to which they may be exposed.
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