Aquarion Water Company of Massachusetts Operations Supervisor, Hingham/Hull, MA POSITION SUMMARY The Operations Supervisor assists the Director of Operations with direct oversight of the day-to-day operation, management, and coordination of the Hingham/Hull water system. This position provides emergency response coverage as needed and on a scheduled basis. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES Assists with the direct supervision of […]
Assistant DPW Director/ Water Operations Manager Town of Avon Highly responsible position in new Public Works Department. The town seeks candidates with a solid commitment and record of exceptional public service, and a breadth and depth of public works. Functional areas are primarily daily operations, drinking water treatment and distribution, highway and grounds, capital planning, […]
Greetings! Join us for our February monthly meeting. Adam Kran, P.E., of Environmental Partners Group will be talking about Residual Management. For more information click here. We look forward to see you there!
from Paintsquare.com: President Donald J. Trump announced in his first State of the Union address Tuesday (Jan. 30) that he would push Congress to pass a $1.5 trillion infrastructure package—even larger than the $1 trillion that the administration had been promising—and would work to eliminate delays from regulatory processes. The infrastructure section of the speech […]
Aquarion Water Company is pleased to announce a job opening for Meter Reader/Service Technician- Union for their water system serving Hingham, Hull, and N. Cohasset. Aquarion Water Company is a private water company operating water systems in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. The Massachusetts headquarters is located in Hingham, MA at their water treatment plant. […]
from WEF.org: No Democrats in either chamber voted for the bill. All present Republicans voted in support of the bill in the Senate, and only 12 House Republicans voted against the bill. Most of them were from New York, New Jersey and California districts that would be hit by new limits on deductions for state, […]
from WEF.org Jan. 19, 2018 — Recently, the House Problem Solvers Caucus released a report titled “Rebuilding America’s Infrastructure” which includes suggestions to increase investment in water and wastewater systems. This includes increasing spending levels for both Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (SRFs) and funding the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act […]
from WEF.org: Jan. 19, 2018 — Following a January 10th hearing on “America’s Water Infrastructure Needs and Challenges,” the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW) held a full committee follow up hearing entitled, “America’s Water Infrastructure Needs and Challenges: Federal Panel” this week. Like last week, this hearing focused mostly on a passing […]
First Ad: Town of Pembroke Department Of Public Works Water Technician / Skilled Laborer/ Driver Experienced individuals with Full Operator Status Drinking Water License or Licenses A valid Class B – CDL license with air brakes endorsement And who have also worked as a laborer is Invited to apply at the DPW office, […]
Greetings! Join us for our January 24th for our Annual MaDEP Update Meeting. Yvette and her crew will provide updates for 2018 from the DEP’s perspective. This is always an informative and well attended meeting. We look forward to see you there!