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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.

Technical Specialist Spotlight: Cassandra LaRochelle, PE Aids Clients with Stormwater Management

As a Project Engineer at Tighe & Bond, Cassandra LaRochelle focuses on stormwater management and water distribution projects. Outside…

Tighe & Bond Wins ACEC/MA Bronze Engineering Excellence Award for East Main Street Water Treatment Plant

Tighe & Bond, Inc. received the Bronze Engineering Excellence Award from The American Council of Engineering Companies of Massachusetts…

Technical Specialist Spotlight: Daniel Valentine, PE

Learn about Dan’s work on a wide range of dam, drinking water, and water resources projects.

Moving Northeast Water Treatment Forward

Utilizing biological filtration to ensure clean drinking water.

New Fiscal and Asset Management Plan Requirement for Small Community Water Systems

New Connecticut General Statutes (CGS) § 19a-37e mandates that small public water systems complete a fiscal and asset management plan for all capital assets by than January 1, 2021.

Tighe & Bond Supports the Work of UMass Amherst Engineers Without Borders Student Chapter in Ghana and Kenya

Engineering students from UMass Amherst recently presented on the progress of their ongoing work in Ghana and Kenya to employees at Tighe & Bond.

Study Shows PFAS Contamination of Drinking Water More Prevalent than Previously Reported

New laboratory tests commissioned by the Environmental Working Group have for the first time found per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in the drinking water of dozens of U.S. cities, including major metropolitan areas.

What You Need to Know: Meeting the New AWIA Requirements for Community Drinking Water

The EPA’s Water Security Division is currently developing tools, resources, and procedures that align drinking water systems with America’s Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA). The EPA expects to release its guidance by August 1, 2019. Drinking water systems will need to comply with the new AWIA guidelines.