PFAS: What you should know
The PFAS Problem: What You Should Know

(PFAS) or PFAS compounds, are man made, carbon, and fluorine based chemical. People are working hard to remove these chemicals from drinking water, groundwater and other consumer products.

Maine’s Drought Continues Despite Tropical Storm Elsa
Maine’s Drought Continues Despite Tropical Storm Elsa

July 15, 2021 - The National Drought Mitigation Center has deemed 100% of Maine to be abnormally dry. 70.4% moderate and 20.9% severe conditions.

Cybersecurity in the Water World – Why is it important to us?
Cybersecurity in the Water World – Why is it important to us?

June 24, 2021 - Water and wastewater systems are key in the nation’s infrastructure. today’s systems often require extensive computer systems

Wrapping Up AWIA – Important Deadlines Coming Soon
Wrapping Up AWIA – Important Deadlines Coming Soon

June 11, 2021 - America’s Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA) was created to improve the security and quality of drinking water and public health

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