On March 17, EPA released two new factsheets related to the agency’s 3Ts for Reducing Lead in Drinking Water in Schools and Child Care Facilities Toolkit. These factsheets provide guidance on maintaining drinking water quality during extended closures and recommend start-up procedures when reopening to ensure that drinking water is safe for consumption.
Governor Cuomo Announces New Yorkers 60 Years of Age and Older and Additional Public Facing Essential Workers Will Be Eligible to Receive COVID-19 Vaccine.
New Yorkers 60 Years of Age and Older Can Be Vaccinated Beginning March 10
New Yorkers this November will be asked to consider a constitutional amendment years in the making — for the water they drink and for the very air they breathe.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
On Labor Day (2020) NYS Governor Cuomo signed legislation requiring all public employers to create contingency operations plans to protect public workers in future health emergencies. This requirement applies to public employers including:
Framework sheds light on nitrogen loss of producing common food items
As many of you know, each year the New York Rural Water Association distributes one-time grants to five students across New York State valued at $500.00 each to help defray the cost of tuition, books, or room and board at an accredited institution of higher learning approved by the NYRWA.
DECEMBER 15, 2020 by University of Michigan
Diverting urine away from municipal wastewater treatment plants and recycling the nutrient-rich liquid to make crop fertilizer would result in multiple environmental benefits when used at city scale, according to a new University of Michigan-led study.