Final PFAS National Primary Drinking Water Regulation
Final PFAS National Primary Drinking Water Regulation

April 17 2024 - On April 10, 2024, EPA announced the final National Primary Drinking Water Regulation (NPDWR) for six PFAS. Click below to read the full article republished from the EPA.

Nicki Pellenz
Introducing Nicki Pellenz

March 16, 2024 - Maine Water Utilities Association is pleased to announce the appointment of executive director, Nicki Pellenz. Embodying the values, goals, and ethos that define Maine water utilities and what we strive to achieve.

NFPA 291 Hydrant Flow Testing
NFPA 291 Hydrant Flow Testing

February 27, 2024 - Fire Flow Testing and Marking of Hydrants – A Technical Guide. Learn more about hydrant testing procedures and two hydrant flow tests with a calibrated flow device.

US EPA Proposed Lead and Copper Rule Improvements
US EPA Proposed Lead and Copper Rule Improvements

December 15, 2023 - On November 30, 2023, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the proposed Lead and Copper Rule Improvements (LCRI). Click below to read the full announcement.

Clean Water Professionals Day at the Sea Dogs Set for June 22
Water & Wastewater Professionals Baseball Game, 2024

January 24, 2024 - Save The Date! Join us for Clean Water Professionals Day with the Sea Dogs on June 22, 2024.

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Work for Water – New England Partner Update Article

Hi all Work for Water – New England Partners, Thank you again for your support of this important initiative. The Collaborative has completed the Needs Assessment portion of the project and is now preparing for the next stage, implementation. To facilitate this part of the process, the Collaborative is seeking volunteers from any segment

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Biden-Harris Administration announces over $28 million for Maine lead pipe replacement to advance safe drinking water as part of Investing in America agenda

EPA announces latest round of funding toward President Biden’s commitment to replace every lead pipe in the nation, protecting public health and helping to deliver safe drinking water Contact information: Vikram Lakshmanan, [email protected], 617-918-1064;  EPA Region 1 Press Office ([email protected]) BOSTON (May 2, 2024) – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced $28,650,000

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US govt warns of pro-Russian hacktivists targeting water facilities

By Lawrence Abrams  (Original Source) The US government is warning that pro-Russian hacktivists are seeking out and hacking into unsecured operational technology (OT) systems used to disrupt critical infrastructure operations. The joint advisory comes from six US govt agencies, including CISA, FBI, NSA, EPA, DOE, USDA, and FDA, as well as

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Congratulations Jim Cohen – Imagine Portland 2024 Award Winners!

Volunteer of the Year Presented to Jim Cohen, Partner at Verrill, for his dedicated advocacy of the key policy priorities within the Greater Portland and statewide business communities that lead to broadly-shared and sustainable growth for all. MWUA congratulates you, Jim! Imagine a business community that pauses once a year to recognize

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