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.
Identify, Track and Reduce Water Losses in Your Water Utility: A Free Water Accounting Workshop made possible through a Water Management Act Grant from Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.
Free Training Opportunity for AWWA M36 Water Audit Methodologies Training, Course # DWT-2017-34 (3.5 TCHs)
MassDOT’s Small Bridge Program is a 5-year, $50M program providing merit-based, reimbursable assistance to cities and towns. First deadline is October 31st.
EPA announces 2018 Brownfields Assessment & Cleanup Grant Guidelines/Workshops.
Data management practices and funding available to help communities fully replace lead service lines. Recent news has increased public awareness of lead in drinking water, resulting in utilities looking for ways to manage their compliance programs and identify areas of concern in their distribution system.