The Legislative Committee helps to mold legislation and regulation that will cost-effectively allow members to continue to protect water sources and to improve the security and preparedness of water utilities.
Water Suppliers are requested to attend this meeting or submit written comments to MassDEP prior to September 12. This notice was provide from Doug Fine at MassDEP: I am writing to invite you to participate in a public meeting that will be held by MassDEP on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. The purpose of the meeting […]
• Exposures to crystalline silica dust occur when cutting, sawing, drilling, and crushing concrete, brick, block, rock, and stone products and operations using sand products (such as in glass manufacturing, foundries, sand blasting, and hydraulic fracturing). • 2.3 million workers are exposed to silica annually. 2 million in construction and 300,000 in general industry. • […]
FROM MASS EEA, AUGUST 2, 2017: Massachusetts’ Environmental Agencies Launch Innovative Online Data Information and Public Access System System Delivers Online Permitting, Greater Data Accessibility, and Government Transparency BOSTON – The Baker-Polito Administration today launched the first phase of a transformative environmental data and public information access system. The new system will deliver online permitting, […]
See the bill: H.3243 Referred to the committee on Public Health Email Jenn Pederson at firstname.lastname@example.org for MWWA Position Paper: Fact Sheet An Act to Amend the Lead Law. Please contact your representative or the committee on Public Health to ask for a favorable vote/recommendation on this bill.
An Act relative to Drought Management would give the Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs the legal authority to impose water conservation measures based upon drought conditions. Currently such conditions are voluntary by the water suppliers, and determined based upon local hydrologic conditions. Email Jenn Pederson at email@example.com for MWWA Position Paper: Fact Sheet An […]