Clean Water Current
EPA is poised to announce a new rule that would require states to oversee more than 1,000 water utilities’ cybersecurity plans, according to a top White House official.
By Peter Chawaga
One of the largest producers of a chemical compound tied to adverse health effects is pushing back on federal regulation that would limit that compound’s presence.
By Timothy Gardner
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday released new warnings for synthetic pollutants in drinking water known as "forever chemicals" saying the toxins can still be harmful even at levels so low they are not detectable.
A new production plant in Scotland is expected to convert whisky byproducts into butanol, which can be used in cars.
by YCC TEAM
AUGUST 5, 2022
Congratulations and best wishes to Chuck Seagar, Chief Water Operator on his retirement! Chuck has been with the Village of Cazenovia, NY for 20 years!
Starting January 1, 2023, ELAP certification will be required for all labs performing acute and chronic WET testing. NYSDEC and NYSDOH have granted a one year grace period for labs to become certified for these tests. It is IMPORTANT that you get written confirmation that the lab you have chosen is either already ELAP certified for WET testing or has started the certification process.