Celebrating 50 Years of Clean Water on Maine’s Androscoggin River

Decades ago, Maine’s Androscoggin River was so polluted that water was depleted of oxygen, killing millions of fish. The river emitted a strong odor that resembled rotten eggs. Industrial facilities discharged dyes that discolored the waters. During the 1960’s and 1970’s, this river was one of the country’s ten most polluted rivers. Today, Maine residents […]

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NEWEA Success Story: Jeff Kalmes

We set out to develop a collection of stories based on asking members a simple question: “How has NEWEA helped your education, career or community?” This is one of those stories. Name: Jeff Kalmes Title: Water Resource Recovery Facility Superintendent, Billerica, Massachusetts NEWEA member since 2005 How has NEWEA helped your education, career and community? […]

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NEWEA Success Story: Carina Hart

We set out to develop a collection of stories based on asking members a simple question: “How has NEWEA helped your education, career or community?” This is one of those stories. Name: Carina L. Hart Title: Owner and Engineer, Hart Consulting, LLC NEWEA member since 2010 Carina has been a member of the Public Education […]

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Remembering Steven Corr

Steven H. Corr, P.E., who served as NEWEA President in 1992, passed away peacefully on Monday, July 26, 2021, at the age of 79 after a difficult fight with various illnesses. He leaves his wife Lois, two children, four grandchildren, and a host of appreciative friends and acquaintances in NEWEA and the rest of the […]

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Remembering Glenn Haas

After a long and courageous battle with cancer, former NEWEA President Glenn Haas passed away on Friday, July 16, 2021. To those who knew him, it is no surprise that he faced his final challenge with the strength and determination that defined his life. During his long, achievement-oriented career, Glenn worked tirelessly to help Massachusetts’ […]

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NEWEA Success Story: Isabella Cobble

We set out to develop a collection of stories based on asking members a simple question: “How has NEWEA helped your education, career or community?” This is one of those stories. Name: Isabella Cobble Title: Staff Engineer, Tighe & Bond, Quincy, MA NEWEA member since 2019 Isabella Cobble is a staff engineer with Tighe & […]

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Remembering Ed Nazaretian (December 1938-June 2015)

Edward N. Nazaretian (“Ed Naz”) is remembered as a loyal friend, a reliable coworker and teammate, a welcoming and supportive mentor, a dedicated volunteer, and an all-around good guy with whom you enjoyed spending time. Whether you were a colleague, client or competitor; whether you were a long-time friend or new acquaintance; whether he saw […]

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Internship Opportunity with NEWEA’s Innovation Council

NEWEA is excited to offer an internship in the non-profit water and environmental services industry focused on supporting the creation of an Innovation Collaboration platform for members. This is an excellent opportunity to gain skills and exposure to innovation organizations and activities in the environmental field across many sectors. Description: NEWEA’s mission is to promote […]

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