Join US EPA, NEWEA, NEWWA and NE APWA for a joint Effective Utility Management (EUM) Workshop on Tuesday, June 2, 2017 at NEWWA’s Training Center in Holliston, MA.
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The NEWEA Watershed Management Committee, the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA) and the New England Chapter of the American Public Works Association (NE APWA) are pleased to announce a Joint Water Resources and Infrastructure Climate Resiliency Specialty Conference & Exhibit will be held on Wednesday, July 12, 2017 at the UMASS Lowell Inn & Conference Center in Lowell, Massachusetts.
The conference will be of interest to municipalities, utilities, watershed associations, state agencies and others that are responsible for transportation, water, sewer, stormwater and other infrastructure as our climate changes and sea levels rise. Attendees will learn what communities are currently undertaking to enhance resiliency for our critical municipal infrastructure, how these efforts are being financed and practical solutions to a very complex problem. The conference will be structured to enhance interaction among attendees to maximize dialogue and information exchange.
The Value of Water Campaign Announces 3rd Annual Day of Action
Imagine: no water to drink, or even to make coffee with. No water to shower, flush the toilet, or do laundry. Hospitals would close without water. Firefighters couldn’t put out fires and farmers couldn’t water their crops.
Join us on October 12, 2017 as we raise awareness and educate America about the value of water.
In 2016, nearly five hundred organizations nationwide joined us to communicate the importance of safe, reliable water infrastructure. Together we generated more than 12 million impressions on social media with using #ValueWater, thousands signed our petition to elected leaders calling for investment in water infrastructure, and our video highlighting the value of water was viewed thousands of times across social media. We’re hoping to make an even bigger impact in 2017!
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A joint conference with MeWEA. Watch for more information.
Biosolids & residuals recycling advances soil health, renewable energy, & community sustainability. But doing more with these organics adds complexity, opportunities, & challenges. It takes research, experience, technology, communication – topics we’ll address at the Northeast Residuals & Biosolids Conference, October 25-27, 2017 in Burlington, VT for wastewater utility staff, managers, companies, engineers, policy-makers, and biosolids & residuals users from around New England, New York, Quebec, and beyond. Bienvenue! Welcome!