Resources Beyond Dedicated Revenues May Be Needed in Coming Years
The training session in Hampton Bays on Thursday, March 8, 2018, has been cancelled due to the incoming inclement weather. Stay safe everyone!
Dear NYRWA Members:
As you may have heard, NY State Senator James Tedisco is sponsoring a Bill S3292/A3907 to create the Safe Water Infrastructure Action Program (SWAP).
DEC Announces 172 Pharmacies, Hospitals and Long-Term Care Facilities Participating in 2nd Round of State's Pilot Drug 'Take-Back' Program
A “tip of the cap” to our Wastewater Technician, Steve Grimm, for his efforts with the Village of Mayfield and other communities in developing sustainable management practices. Great work Steve!
The NYSDEC and NYSDOH have recently established a Source Water Protection Work Group and New York Rural Water Association has been invited to participate in this committee. This work group has been created to discuss ideas and issues related to source water protection. Members of the work group are being asked to provide advice on source water protection-related topics to these agencies. Steve Winkley, NYRWA’s Source Water Protection Specialist, is a member of this group and he is asking for your input
Below is a list of our exhibitors to date that will be displaying their products and services at this year’s workshop & exhibition.
There have been some questions recently regarding the annual EPA biosolids reporting. Last year you should have received a post card that looked like this:
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced a $65 million initiative to aggressively combat harmful algal blooms (HABs) in Upstate New York. Twelve priority lakes that are vulnerable to HABs and are critical sources of drinking water and vital tourism drivers were chosen as priority waterbodies because they represent a wide range of conditions and vulnerabilities and the lessons learned will be applied to other impacted waterbodies moving forward.