Plymouth County Water Works Association members collaborate to contribute value to new regulations and products that impact water quality.
Members continue to proudly serve Plymouth, Bristol, Norfolk, and Barnstable counties since 1958.
The budget proposal put forth last week by the Trump administration would impact the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency significantly, if passed. The EPA’s new budget for fiscal year 2018 (beginning October, 2017) would be reduced by $2.6 billion. This would include a 31 percent cut in discretionary spending, and the elimination of 3,200 positions within […]
3a-Memo_to_WRC_on_WNF_buffer_revision_01-31-17 At their March 9, 2017 meeting, the MA Water Resources Commission approved an increase in the buffer added to their water demand projections for municipal suppliers, from 5 percent to 10 percent, for Cape Cod, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard water suppliers. This includes water suppliers in Bourne, north of the Cape Cod Canal. The suppliers […]
The deadline for all scholarships to be submitted has been extended to April 26, 2017. The Plymouth County Water Works Association is pleased to announce the availability of $8,000 in scholarships for 2017. Please find below a link to the scholarship application, which includes the submission requirements. Updated PCWWA Scholarship 2017 Form