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.
Plymouth County Water Works Association is pleased to announce that we will be holding our next monthly meeting on January 26, 2022, at the Chateau Restaurant of Norton. For complete details please CLICK HERE.
From Wateronline.com. Full story here The White House has reportedly taken steps to diminish a rule proposed by the U.S. EPA to curb the presence of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), one of the country’s most prevalent and contentious drinking water contaminants. According to communications between the White House and EPA, the former stepped in … Read more
Draft changes to 310 CMR 22, the MA Drinking Water Regulations, were issued for public comment last month. DEP sent public notice to water suppliers of the regulations changes and funding availability by letter of December 20. See DEP PFAS Letter to PWS 12-20-19 The draft regulations, relating to PFAS compounds, can be found here: … Read more
Twenty Third Annual SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS DRINKING WATER FAIR JUNE 21, 2018 MASSACHUSETTS MARITIME ACADEMY BUZZARDS BAY, MA Click here to download registration form: Drinking Water Fair Register online at www.masswaterworks.org Training Contact Hours (TCHs) for Large and Small Public Water System Operators PUBLIC WATER SYSTEM TECHNICAL TRAINING OPPORTUNITY (Earn up to 5 TCHs) TO OBTAIN … Read more
from WEF.org March 23, 2018 – On Thursday, both the House and the Senate voted to fund the federal government for the next six months, Capitol Hill has one less thing to worry about this year. After easily passing in the House, the FY18 Omnibus Appropriations bill, cleared the Senate by a vote of 65-32, … Read more
Town of Somerset – Water/Sewer Superintendent Position performs executive level work in directing operations for both a municipal water department and a municipal water pollution control department. The work includes preparing and monitoring departmental budgets, planning, bidding and contract administration for capital improvements and other projects, overseeing departmental information technology systems, supervising personnel, collective bargaining, … Read more
Our speaker will be the President of Boston Safety Training, Mr. Dean Vanasse. Dean served in the Submarine Command during Operation Desert Storm. Dean will discuss the importance of training, good communication, following protocol and how to get along with people during a long tour. I am sure there will also be a few good … Read more
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 … Read more