Kyle Hay, EIT, a Project Engineer in Weston & Sampson’s Water Group, is a recipient of the Environmental Business Council of New England’s 2019 Ascending Leader Award.
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)
Weston & Sampson is pleased to announce that Barbara Cook, PE, Vice President, has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer.
On December 15, 2016, the New England Water Works Association (NEWWA) presented Weston & Sampson Team Leader Margaret McCarthy, PE, with the Volunteer of the Year Award.
Weston & Sampson South Carolina team featured in The Journal, the official publication of the South Carolina American Water Works Association and the Water Environment Association of South Carolina, for their participation in South Carolina’s largest one-day litter cleanup of beaches, marshes, and waterways.
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.
Drinking water sampling for the VTDEC for the presence of PFOA in North Bennington and Bennington, VT.
Congratulations to Patricia Chesebrough, recipient of the 2016 New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) Committee Service award. The 2016 NEWEA awards ceremony took place on Wednesday, January 27 during the NEWEA 2016 Annual Conference at the Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts.