MWUA 95th Annual Conference & Tradeshow – That’s a wrap!

April 17, 2021 – MWUA Staff MWUA’s Annual Conference & Tradeshow has evolved and grown in many ways over the last 95 years. Through all the changes, we have always promised to offer …...

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Water Utilities in Maine – Adapting to a New World

December 10, 2020 A Maine Water Utilities Association Collaboration The enduring COVID-19 pandemic has affected many businesses, including water utilities across the United States. In conjunction with the...

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How to Find and Operate Your Home’s Water Shut Off Valve

May 21, 2019 From EJ Prescott Blog Everyone has heard stories about major water leaks or other issues that require you to turn off your home’s main water supply, but do you actually know how...

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What’s the deal with “Raw” Water?

January 22, 2018 Mary Jane Dillingham – Water Quality Manager, Lewiston Water Division, Auburn Water District I wouldn’t approach a body of water and drink directly from it. The recent uprising of...

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Where does America Stand? – Water Infrastructure Report 2017

December 10, 2017 Americans have the great privilege of drinking, utilizing, and reveling in safe, potable water. This drinking water often comes from the vast 1 million miles of pipe line maintained by...

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Lead in Water: What went wrong in Flint, MI and what does it mean for Maine?

December 3, 2017 While the media coverage of the Flint, Michigan crisis has started to die down the health concerns associated with elevated lead levels in water still exist. For more information about...

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