Effective Communications When Unexpected Water Quality Issues Impact Your Community – Nichol Figuerido and Jennifer Thompson of Capital Strategic Solutions will share lessons learned from their work both leading and assisting communities when water quality issues create unexpected issues for residents and businesses.
Come join us for our traditional kick off meeting to the New Year by hearing what the MADEP is working on for the coming year. This is always an informative and useful discussion. We look forward to seeing you there!
PCWWA is excited to announce our annual Golf Tournament is being held on Thursday, July 20, 2023. This year we will be returning to the Easton Country Club. Sign up HERE
PCWWA invites you to the May Monthly meeting where we will hear from Industry Suppliers to discuss what hurdles they are facing post covid and beyond with supply chain issues.
Photos from 2023 Operator Appreciation Day held on May 4th at the Mayflower Brewery in Plymouth MA have been added to our Photo Gallery. To view CLICK HERE.
May 4, 2023 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM Come enjoy a fun filled night of spirits, comradery, raffles, brewery tours and Monticello’s Wood Fired Pizza Oven Pizzas, Salads, and Desserts! This free event is a special thanks to all our Water Works Professionals out there getting it done! Registration is limited, sign up ASAP!! For more … Read more
Tour of Southeastern Massachusetts Regional 911 District Headquarters. Leaders in 911 and public safety communications. The Southeastern Massachusetts Regional 911 District is a government authority formed pursuant to the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. For more information CLICK HERE
Plymouth County Water Works is proud to announce our next training opportunity. Training is FREE for all members and only $50.00 for non-members. The topic will be Hydrant and Valve Maintenance and Repair and will be held at the Easton Water Division on Thursday, February 23, 2023. For more details CLICK HERE.
The meeting will cover the current M.G.L. c. 30, § 39M laws that governs the procurement of Public Works Construction and Construction Materials by cities, towns, and other local jurisdictions in Massachusetts. Ms. Bruttaniti will discuss Stoughton’s procedures and offer examples of procurements issued for the Engineering Dept, DPW and Water and Sewer Departments to … Read more
Come join us for our traditional kick off meeting to the New Year by hearing what the MADEP is working on for the coming year. This is always an informative and useful discussion. CLICK HERE for details.