A New Horizon: Virtual, In-Person, and Hybrid Training

July 26, 2021 MWUA’s training programs are constantly evolving and growing to meet your needs. Through all the updates, we have always promised to offer the best training and professional development...

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What’s Your Water Worth?

July 23, 2021 In March 2021, Nestle finalized the sale of several North American bottled water brands, including Poland Spring Brand Natural Spring Water from Maine. Two private equity firms, One Rock...

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Maine’s Drought Continues Despite Tropical Storm Elsa

July 15, 2021 Drought conditions in Maine were extreme in the summer and fall of 2020. According to WGME’s meteorologist, Matt Hoenig, there was a 10+ inch deficit of rainfall last year. Additionally,...

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Countdown to New CDL Regulations

July 8, 2021 Beginning February 7, 2022, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) will be requiring new minimum training standards for entry-level commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs)....

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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. Supplying potable drinking water, fire protection, and safe collection and treatment of waste are among some of the...

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Lead in School Drinking Water

June 16, 2021 The lead in our schools’ drinking water has received a great deal of attention recently. One reason for this scrutiny is due to the health and developmental problems in school-age...

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Wrapping Up AWIA – Important Deadlines Coming Soon

June 11, 2021 America’s Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA) was enacted on October 23, 2018. This act was created to improve the security and quality of drinking water and public health, increase...

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What’s the deal with PFAS in Maine?

May 29, 2021 The DEP has expanded the investigation into PFAS (Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances) contaminated well water in Fairfield and its neighboring towns. As of May 2021, 63 wells in Fairfield...

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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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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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