Weston & Sampson is proud to celebrate the end of our President Barbara Cook’s term as President of the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA). Barbara’s term as NEWWA President will officially end at their 139th Annual Conference which will be held virtually from September 21-23, 2020.
Frank Ricciardi, PE, LSP co-authored an article with Peter Durning, Esq. of Mackie, Shea & Durning in the NE Real Estate Journal entitled “MassDEP Imposes Strict Standards for PFAS in Industrial Surface Water Discharges.”
Michael Scipione, PE will be co-chairing an upcoming EBC Water Resources Webinar on “Challenges Facing our Water Resources under a Changing Climate.”
Jeff McClure recently presented to the Hampstead, NH Board of Selectmen in support of the Hampstead Area Water Company (HAWC) to explain why the HAWC changed its water disinfection process from using chlorine to chloramines.
EPA announces 2020 Brownfields Assessment & Cleanup Grant Guidelines/Workshops.
On March 22, 2019, Maine DEP issued a memorandum requiring all biosolids handling facilities sample for PFAS by May 7, 2019. Given the aggressive schedule, you may have questions. We can assist you.
Managers of drinking water sources across the country are finding the emerging contaminants PFCs above EPA and individual state health advisory levels. Weston & Sampson has experience assessing and remediating PFASs in drinking water in many locations.
With the effective date of the General Permit for Stormwater Discharges from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4 Permit) in Massachusetts and New Hampshire fast approaching, here are some key dates to remember.