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Saugerties Landfill Solar Array Cuts Costs and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

In March 2019 the Town Council of Saugerties, NY unanimously approved the reuse of the Town’s landfill to provide an economic benefit for the town.

NEWWA Spring Learnapalooza: Technical Sessions

Join our engineers for the upcoming virtual sessions.

Village at Grafton Woods will soon take shape at 8 Pine Street

It’s going to have 317 units in a 325,190 square-foot four-story building and an 11,340 square foot footprint, two-story…

EPA Celebrates World Water Day, Announces $2.7 Billion to Improve Water Infrastructure

Today, on World Water Day, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the availability of $2.7 billion for State Revolving Funds (SRFs) to assist states, tribes,…

DeFazio Introduces $50B Bill for Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure

House infrastructure advocates are laying down a marker for water infrastructure funding, proposing a five-year measure to authorize $50 billion for wastewater treatment infrastructure programs. The…

World Water Day: What Does Water Mean to You?

Founded over 25 years ago, World Water Day brings to light a conversation about the importance of reliable water…

How the Treatment of Groundwater Impacts Communities

National Groundwater Awareness Week shines a light on the importance of protecting groundwater and ensuring communities have access to a clean resource.

You Found PFAS: Now What…

Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) are a group of man-made compounds that have extensive industrial and consumer product applications including fire fighting foams, non-stick surfaces, and...

Taking the First Step toward a Revitalized Lynn Waterfront

Construction is ongoing for Breakwater, a new walkable, transit-oriented neighborhood that will feature a welcoming new resilient waterfront park…

Rob Adams to speak at Northeast Summit for a Sustainable Built Environment

On March 26th, Rob Adams of Halvorson | Tighe & Bond Studio will join Nick Iselin, General Manager of…