Those of you in the Mohawk Watershed received a Request for Information from DEC back in July. Please note this information is due by October 9, 2018. If you have any questions or are having difficulties filling out the forms please contact your DEC inspector immediately. They can assist you, answer your questions and help you file for an extension if you need one.
Our work has reached the future. Did you ever think we would be able to find our distribution's water leaks from outer space? No, I'm not kidding.
EPA has developed tools to help water utilities prepare for, respond to, and recover from hurricane-related impacts. Check out our incident action checklist and other free resources, and remember to heed watches and warnings issued by your local National Weather Service forecast office.
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In the age of water filters and pricey bottled water options, consumers may get confused about the best way to access drinking water.
But scientists speaking to NPR laid out what water utility pros already know: Tap water is usually the best choice.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Rural Utilities Service has announced that more than $4 billion in Direct Loan funds and $1 billion in grant funding is available for rural water and wastewater system improvements — marking a nearly threefold increase in the normal annual obligation.
Friday, July 27 is the deadline to apply for funding to purchase conservation easements or parcels of land to protect one or more active public surface water drinking water supplies or one or more active public groundwater drinking water wells. This funding is through the Water Quality Improvement Project (WQIP) program, a competitive, statewide reimbursement grant program open to local governments and not-for-profit corporations. For source water protection land acquisition, this grant program requires