Tag: EPA

Staying Ahead of PFAS

The EPA’s new health advisory levels and the northeast state regulations you need to know.

A Look at Lead and Copper Rules

MWWA President Jeff Faulkner discusses the revised Lead and Copper Rule.

Reminder: 2022 NPDES CGP effective February 17

Reach out to our experts for guidance on the new permit.

Making the Right Choices for Your Utility & Community

How Saco Water Resource Recovery Department successfully used the EPA’s AAA process.

Tighe & Bond to participate in CT Building Congress Webinar “COVID-19 and the Great Indoors – Making Interior Spaces Safer”

Tune in March 9th to the Connecticut Building Congress’s webinar “COVID-19 and the Great Indoors – Making Interior Spaces Safer” to hear Todd Holland, Senior Mechanical…

U.S. EPA Issues 2021 NPDES MSGP for Industrial Stormwater Discharges

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued the 2021 National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) for stormwater discharges from industrial activity. This…

EPA Releases Interim Recommendations for Addressing PFAS NPDES Permitting

The EPA’s Office of Water has been working diligently to lead the PFAS Action Plan that will help the…

PFAS Chemicals Added to the Toxics Release Inventory List

Outlining the next steps for TRI facilities.

Staying Ahead of PFAS: Northeast State Regulations You Need to Know

Stay ahead of PFAS by knowing the regulations in your state.

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.